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KATE LINDSEY at Seattle Opera

Seattle Opera on January 23, 2013 03:46

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    Kate Lindsey sings the Muse and Nicklausse in “The Tales of Hoffmann” at Seattle Opera in 2014. The American mezzo first appeared at Seattle Opera creating the title role in Daron Hagen’s new opera, “Amelia,” in 2010—a feat that won her Seattle Opera’s Artist of the Year Award. In her Act Two aria this distraught young woman, nine months pregnant, wonders “How will I explain to our child what happened? I lost my father like a thimble or a jack. And for what? No war is worth that. From inside the hangar I watched him walk to his plane; he grew smaller and smaller, like a jet that becomes a dot in the sky. I should have held him tighter, begged him to stay...when he died I told myself the worst that could happen had happened, and nothing more would touch me that way.” Gerard Schwarz conducts the Seattle Symphony, with Kate Lindsey as Amelia and Nathan Gunn as Paul. Music posted by special arrangement with the publisher, Burning Sled Music. Photo by Rozarii Lynch.

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