Interview with Adolphe Binder
Posted 29 August 2012 - 03:10 PM
Of course digital transmissions are not exactly live in the real sense, but it is second best. Time though, is a bit of a problem. For us here, near Russia, there are one or two hour differences which is OK. Altogether different matter with the Met, who wants to get up at the crack of dawn, commute by train or car to see a performance early in the morning. The Roy has a very ambitious program, both opera and ballet from London, Paris, St. Petersburg, Moscow and New York and we are eternally grateful. This scheme has now been extended to, well not exactly villages, but even smaller towns throughout the country. Many cheers for digital technique!
Posted 01 September 2012 - 10:46 AM
Of course digital transmissions are not exactly live in the real sense, but it is second best.
Thanks for telling us about the article, Pamela. No, the transmissions aren't live but they are certainly a lot better than nothing.
The name change sounds significant. What kinds of "dance" does Ms. Binder intend to present?
Posted 01 September 2012 - 11:30 AM
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