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Classical Music

An old opera gets new life in this production of 'Alceste'

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / January 23, 2005

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Last May, Opera Boston general director Carole Charnow saw a production of Andre Previn’s operatic version of ‘‘A Streetcar Named Desire’’ in Washington, D.C. She knew immediately she had found the director she wanted for the collaborative production of Gluck’s ‘‘Alceste’’ that Opera Boston and Boston Baroque will present this week. (Full article: 1147 words)

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