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April 21   -   ArtsJournal: music

'The Diva Whisperer' - Yannick Nézet-Séguin Starts Settling In At The Met

"We [conductors] are the ears of the singer. But if we tell singers to please fit into a little box that I'm trying to create ... then the conductor is like a teacher, and that is not what it should be." David Patrick Stearns does a Q&A with YNS as he prepares for the opening of The Flying Dutchman, his first production at the Metropolitan Opera since becoming music director-designate.

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