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Opera for Everyone
Opera For Everyone
Opera for Everyone is a radio show and podcast that makes opera understandable, accessible, and enjoyable for all. Pat Wright hosts the show, inviting guest co-hosts to participate in the mission she and Keely Herron developed after lively discussions of operas they had enjoyed seeing together. Music soars. Epiphanies abound. Hilarity ensues. The show airs Sundays from 9.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m. on 89.1 KHOL in Jackson, Wyoming. Cover artwork by illustrator Rosie Brooks (
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4.4 stars from 227 ratings
I’ve been binging the back catalog of this delightful show. Pat and her guests are charming, insightful, and very entertaining. It’s a real joy to listen to. Thanks for making it!
Cbrownson via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/02/22
Great Podcast for Beginners
Great podcast for those who are not accustomed to opera. Pat does a great job doing the serious and historical overview while her guests do the comedic (for most). I will say I’d prefer the podcast to be longer with the complete opera and the discussion in a separate episode. I will say I’m...Read full review »
MickeyMike28 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/04/22
The presentation is hosted by two broadcasters who present the most complicated art with the air of juvenile adolescents talking about art. So sad they talk down to their audience who deserves the utmost respect in desiring to understand this beautiful, intricate, and popular art of musical...Read full review »
August Consumer via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/07/22
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