Notes from Underground

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It seemed appropriate that after the first performance of Matthew Aucoin’s opera Eurydice at the Met, conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin led the entire orchestra onstage to take a bow. They had certainly been playing a lot of music, sustaining an unabated pulse for three acts with a brightness, clarity, and percussive precision that might almost have […]

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