Monday, September 21, 2009

" A Night at the Opera in Times Square"

" A Night at the Opera in Times Square " from New York Times

When I went to Time Square in New York for the first time, it was like a dazzling gem. The neon signs would make any visitor to the city impressed.

In the place, a interesting event would happen with those L.E.D screens.

Monday night, 6:30 the Metropolitan Opera’s opening- night gala performance of Puccini’s screens in Time Square will be shown through the multiple screens in Time Square, and at Lincoln Center’s Josie Robertson Plaza.

Also, the program includes The new things, with Karita Mattila, Marcelo Alvarez and George Garnidze, will be listened by James Levine, who is also BSO conductor.

Both admissions are free, first come – first served, but tickets must be brought for Lincoln Center.

It would be a good chance to connect common people to classical music with modern technical device.

Here is more thing. It is not about a blog, but very useful; If you go to the website, you can see most scores and print out for free.

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