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Radio Tracks

The Met expands its live performance broadcasts

By Clea Simon
Globe Correspondent / December 6, 2006

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For a staid, older institution, the Metropolitan Opera radio broadcast series is flourishing. The free, live broadcasts, which begin their 76th season Saturday at 1 p.m. with Mozart's "Idomeneo," are still not entirely financially secure. But this season, in addition to their return to WHRB-FM (95.3), they've expanded. A new subscription service launched in September has brought several live performances ... (Full article: 546 words)

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