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Made homeless by hurricane? Come see some Mozart

It’s a lovely human gesture. Atlanta Opera are offering free seats to The Abduction from the Seraglio to anyone blown out of house and home by Hurricane Matthew. So far, it says, seven couples have accepted. Which is even lovelier. But I can’t help wondering if opera is the first place I’d go if I’d been caught […]
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