Opera Goes Mainstream
La Boheme on Broadway, The Great Gatsby set to a libretto — highbrow eyebrows may be going up, but so are ticket sales. Opera companies are finding a new generation of fans. Join host Neal Conan and guests for a discussion about the changing nature of opera.
*General director of the San Diego Opera
*Host of radio show, At the Opera and *Chairman, Opera American
*Author, Bel Canto, winner of 2002 PEN/Faulkner Award
Aaron Jay Kernis
*Pulitzer Prize-winning composer
*New music adviser for the Minnesota Orchestra in Minneapolis.
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