10 Dec 2005
Students Who Can Sing Like the Pros
BY FRED KIRSHNIT [NY Sun, 9 December 2005]
The Manhattan School of Music offers many interesting evenings in the course of the academic year, but none are as eagerly awaited as their signature traversals of operatic rarities. For many years, the MSM has enjoyed a reputation as the most innovative company in town, and I have especially fond memories of a "Le Comte Ory" one season, and a double bill of Gustav Holst's "Savitri" and Leonard Bernstein's "Trouble in Tahiti" in another.