Nick del Vecchio, the chief contributor to Living at the Opera, has been an avid operagoer since the age of eight, has taught opera courses on Verdi, Puccini and Mozart in Philadelphia and Tucson, AZ, sponsored singers’ evenings for local organizations, and has written opera reviews and commentary on his extensive travels in Italy, Russia and throughout
North and South America.
Email: nick at livingattheopera (dot) com
Peggy Erhardt-Gray is the editor of Living at the Opera.
Marisa Dominguez is the web designer for Living at the Opera.
Living at the Opera welcomes your participation. Contributions are welcome on live performances, live recordings and first-hand experiences within the opera world. Please review content for clarity and spelling and include your copyright. Only articles submitted by Nick del Vecchio are copyrighted for Living at the Opera. Thank you.
The articles on Rigoletto, L’Elisir d’amore, Khovanshchina, Macbeth, Boris Godunov, La Forza del destino and Wagner’s Ring Cycle were first published in Transactions of the Association of Russian-American Scholars in the USA, Vol 33, 2004.
The articles Primitive Russia Stakes Its Claim on Wagner’s Ring, The Mariinsky Invasion and The Mariinsky’s Boris Godunov Hits Its Mark were published in Transactions of the Association of Russian-American Scholars in the USA, Vol 34, 2006-2007.
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