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Metropolitan Opera Guild
Met Opera Guild Podcast
Podcast by Metropolitan Opera Guild
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4.7 stars from 237 ratings
Given that it is sponsored by the MetOpera Guild, this is undoubtedly the best funded opera podcast extant. The extent to which each episode conveys the information in its description varies wildly. Some are presentations that keep to the point, present the information pedagogically and use...Read full review »
ianm661 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 06/08/20
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I just watched the Met’s 2010 Don Carlo. It was great but long. I liked the opera very much, so I was wondering if you could do a podcast on this opera. Thank You. Keep making these informative and interesting podcast episodes.
opera8901 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 04/10/20
Talks too fast
Too fast, very uncomfortable to listen to.
Arus M via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 04/07/20
Recent Episodes
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