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On this day in 1521 Emperor Charles V opened the Diet of Worms.
I expected something lovely, but what I beheld was nothing short of magnificent.
On this day in 1904 Leos Janacek's Jenufa premiered in Brno.
On this day in 1949 J. Edgar Hoover gave Shirley Temple a tear gas fountain pen.
Contrary to previous reports, Jonas Kaufmann says he is not dating Madonna.
Our good friends (and advertisers) at Maestro Artist Management have been wondering just how much you, the cher public, know about Ildar Abdrazakov.
As a preview of sorts of the Next Big Thing at the Met, here's a performance of Tchaikovsky's Iolanta featuring Piotr Becza?a from 2002.
On this day in 1829 Johann von Goethe's Faust, der Tragödie erster Teil received its premiere performance.
Your doyenne is no good at housewifely duties.
The first two installments of Coloraturafan's interview series are now live.
On this day in 1944, the Metropolitan Opera House hosted a jazz concert for the first time.
What does it mean anyway to get to know a diva, and why exactly would we wish to do it?
On this day in 1949, The Goldbergs, the first sitcom on American television, premiered.
“I’m afraid that is not a fact."
At what moment does a "rising star" become simply a "star"?
The visit of the Mariinsky Theater’s resident company to the glittering opera house of the Brooklyn Academy of Music consists of three ballet programs with starry casts preceded, last night, by a single performance of Rodion Shchedrin’s opera, The Enchanted Wanderer. Show More Summary
On this day in 1947, actress Andrea Martin was born.
It’s particularly bewildering that before 2013 there was no such thing as the Prototype Festival.
On this day in 1984 Madonna first sang "Holiday" on American Bandstand.
Vittorio Grigolo in the title role of the Met’s revival of Les Contes d’Hoffman is the opera version of the charming homeless drunk.