The National Symphony Orchestra announces that the first American Residency of Christoph Eschenbach's tenure -- in Kentucky -- will be led by another conductor.
Charles T. Downey reports that Norman Scribner is planning to retire, in 2012, from his Choral Arts Society.
A link to Neely Tucker's piece about the unsolved murder of WNO chorister Don Jones.
Opera reviews: Dudamel does Carmen, Rihm takes on Dionysos.
In Europe, opera companies often have workshop programs. Can't American companies branch out on a smaller scale as well -- especially if that's the only way they're able to vary their artistic diets?