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An Italian Opera House That’s Thriving (So What’s The Secret?)

“The fact that the Teatro Regio is thriving raises the question: if it can reverse its fortunes despite its somewhat lesser status, what’s to stop other Italian opera houses from doing the same? If nothing else, their name power would attract plenty of sponsors.”
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