An Early, Operatic Gem:  Cavalli's 'Veremonda' THIS WEEK'S SHOW
    An Early, Operatic Gem: Cavalli's 'Veremonda'
    When discussion turns to the earliest days of opera, in 17th-century Italy, the composer who most often comes to mind is Claudio Monteverdi -- and with good reason. His Orfeo, from 1607, is the earliest opera still heard routinely in today's theaters, and he was surely the earliest composer to…
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