For some time, the most elusive and prized species of opera singer has been Pavarotti redux. Plácido Domingo remains the dramatic tenor par excellence. But for all the ballyhoo that has attended the careers of such rising young tenors as Roberto Alagna and José Cura, nobody has yet come along with the combination of qualities Read More
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