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Classical Music

Making beautiful music together

A variety of companies join what's looking like a Boston opera boom

By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / October 16, 2005

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Before, they barely needed to talk. Boston Lyric Opera, the city's largest opera company, could program the company's traditional productions for the Shubert Theatre. Opera Boston, the upstart, could focus on presenting more contemporary works at the nearby Cutler Majestic Theatre. BLO did ''Carmen on the Common." Opera Boston put on ''Nixon in China." (Full article: 1410 words)

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