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Singing the Same Tune
Matthew Shivlock
Voices

Editor's Note: The following is an article excerpt from the February 2004 edition of Newsline. To read the entire article and other articles relevant to your career in opera, become a full member of OPERA America and receive Newsline, OPERA America’s magazine. Newsline, published 10 times annually, covers opera company news from around the world, issues affecting the field, professional opportunities, repertoire, and updates on OPERA America programs and activities. For details, go to www.operaamerica.org.

The placing of artists in opera houses can, at times, be as fraught with drama as the works enacted on stage. The relative ease of travel and the growing supply of good opera singers have created a culture of maneuverability and choice surrounding the engagement of singers. With choice comes complexity, and this complexity can result in unnecessary misunderstandings between artist managers and artistic administration.

About the Author: General Director’s Liaison, Houston Grand Opera

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