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August 15, 2001 | PHILIP KENNICOTT, WASHINGTON POST
After more than four decades, a new man is at the helm of the Santa Fe Opera House, which houses this country's premier summer opera festival. Richard Gaddes--a protege of the company's founder and longtime general director, John Crosby--is leading the company through its first season of the post-Crosby years. It is a typical Santa Fe season: a couple of hits, some near-misses and only one real dog.
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August 15, 2001 | PHILIP KENNICOTT, WASHINGTON POST
After more than four decades, a new man is at the helm of the Santa Fe Opera House, which houses this country's premier summer opera festival. Richard Gaddes--a protege of the company's founder and longtime general director, John Crosby--is leading the company through its first season of the post-Crosby years. It is a typical Santa Fe season: a couple of hits, some near-misses and only one real dog.
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