It is not until the current issue of Forum that we describe Opera Circle’s performances on November 20 and 22 of 2009. We hope that this tardiness will be forgiven by the directors of the Opera and the faithful public that came to the Bohemian National Hall, where the performances of Donizetti’s Don Pasquale took place. (more…)
Archive for January, 2010
The year was 1943 and the winter, as is usual in the Bialystok region, was harsh. The trees looked like glassy, motionless objects. Houses in the entire town stood shrouded in melancholy and dread. As night fell, the lights went dark in the windows, leaving only the moon casting its glow among distant cold stars. Sometimes passing airplanes could be heard, followed by the sounds of bombs exploding far away and then a glow of fires burning somewhere over the horizon reflected in the night sky. (more…)
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