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Ira Siff
Ira Siff, the director of "Cosi fan tutte." (Wiqan Ang for The Boston Globe) Wiqan Ang for The Boston Globe

From camp to 'Cosi'

For two decades, Ira Siff spoofed opera. Now he's directing it at Tanglewood.

By David Weininger
Globe Correspondent / August 10, 2007

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