The so-called Handel opera revival has prompted the disinterment of so many treasures from the Baroque master’s once-buried trove of roughly 40 stage works that it might be more accurate to say that we’re in the midst of a Handel rush. Locally, the New York City Opera has done most of the digging, first with Read More
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