05. September 2008 · Comments Off · Categories: Opera, Other People's Words

“I firmly believe that everything I did before I retired was preparing me for this,” she says,
referring to her work at Opera San Jose. Building the company is her proudest achievement, “because in retrospect,” she explains, “a career on stage is a very egotistical existence. My husband’s life, my daughter’s life, everyone’s life had to revolve around my own. Here, I have the joy of watching young singers develop.”

You can read the entire thing here.

Tonight is opening night for Eugene Onegin, and the Gala is in a few weeks. :-)

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