Opera-Media Servings

Baseball and Opera

Below are most of the posts from the Baseball and Opera group on LinkedIn. I’ve added relevant illustrations (you can generally get larger versions by clicking on them). As more […]  More

Opera and Eye

The Blind, an opera by Lera Auerbach being performed this week at the Lincoln Center Festival, has a number of unusual aspects. Unlike many opera productions today, it does not have […]  More

Media-Technology and Opera History

Below are most of the posts and comments that have appeared on the LinkedIn Media-Technology and Opera History group. As more are posted, they will be added here. Unless otherwise […]  More

New York City Opera Companies

(partial list) After Dinner Opera – http://www.afterdinneropera.org/ American Lyric Theater – http://www.altnyc.org/ American Opera Projects – http://www.operaprojects.org/ Amore Opera – http://amoreopera.org/ Animal Stone Productions – http://www.andyteirstein.com/ Beth Morrison Projects – […]  More

"No opera, no X-rays!"

The headline above was as surprising to me as it might be to you. Here’s the story. The first published information about x-rays, Wilhelm Röntgen’s “Über eine neue Art von […]  More

A Baseball-Opera Chronology

  “Who Would Doubt That I’m A Man,” sheet music for a baseball song from an 1895 opera I often write about the history of media technology. So why is […]  More

Goberman Leaving Lincoln Center

  When you think of the very latest in motion-image technology, you might think of laser projection, glasses-free stereoscopic-3D, digital surround sound, high-dynamic-range imaging, and the like. Would you believe […]  More

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