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Seattle Opera just announced its 2011-12 season:

"Porgy and Bess", July/August 2011 (Gordon Hawkins, Porgy; Lisa Daltirus, Bess; John DeMain, conductor; Kabby Mitchell, choreographer, as noted in the PNB forum)

"Carmen", Fall 2011 (Anita Rachvelishvili, Carmen; Pier Giorgio Morandi, conductor)

"Attila", January 2012 (John Relyea, Attilla; Ana Lucretia Garcia, Odabella; Carlo Montanaro, conductor; Bernard Uzan, director)

"Orphée et Eurydice" February/March 2012 (William Burden, Orphee; Davinia Rodríguez, Eurydice; Gary Thor Wedow, conductor; José Maria Condemi, director; Yannis Adoniou, choreographer)

"Madame Butterfly" (Patricia Racette, Butterfly; Stefano Secco, Pinkerton; Julian Kovatchev, conductor; Peter Kazaras, director)

I think the winner is "Orphée et Eurydice". I loved Rodriguez's Lucia this season, and William Burden's voice is one of the most beautiful I've heard live.

I'm annoyed that two pieces I would gladly miss, "Porgy" and "Butterfly", have Hawkins and Racette. Decisions, decisions, especially now that it's an expensive trip.

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