You’ve gotta feel a bit sorry for Alice Coote

I just got the Met

Opera‘s 2006-7 season guide. Excerpted without further comment:

the marvelous tenor Macello Giordani

exceptional baritone Dwayne Croft

the greatest Rossini tenor of our time, Juan Diego Flores

the great Strauss interpreter Deborah Voigt

the celebrated lyric soprano Lisa Milne

legendary tenor Ben Heppner

the commanding Violeta Urmana

tenor sensations Rolando Villazón and Marcello Giordani

the majestically-voiced Maria Guleghina and Dolora Zajick

the dynamic Salvatore Licitra

the sensational Renée Fleming

charismatic Dmitri Hvorostovsky

the dynamic Ramón Vargas

the young Russian star Ildar Abdrazakov

popular countertenor David Daniels

English mezzo-soprano Alice Coote

the radiant Dorothea Röschmann

the glorious Karita Mattila

the remarkable Anja Silja

the great tenor Johan Botha

international sensation Anna Netrebko

baritone greats Carlos Alvarez and Juan Pons

young tenor stars Piotr Beczala and Joseph Calleja

acclaimed baritone Thomas Hampson

the magnificent Angela Gheorghiu

the great Italian bass Ferrucio Furlanetto

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2 Responses to You’ve gotta feel a bit sorry for Alice Coote

  1. Gert says:

    In my view, English surpasses all the other adjectives;-)

    Of course, if they had said ‘Cestrian’ that would have been a superlative too far…

  2. Coote fan from SF says:

    “English” when associated with Alice Coote means the following:









    I wonder if “the greatest Rossini tenor of our time, Juan Diego Flores” is greater than Juan Diego Florez.

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