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Renée Fleming would like her devotees everywhere to know that the reports of her retirement have been greatly exaggerated.

6 April 2017

Renée Fleming would like her devotees everywhere to know that the reports of her retirement have been greatly exaggerated.

Renée Fleming, backstage at the Metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center, in New York City.

Photograph by Annie Leibovitz.

Opera Legend Renée Fleming Isn’t Ready for Retirement

Fleming’s performance as the Marschallin in the Metropolitan Opera’s Der Rosenkavalier is only a prelude to upcoming recitals, concerts, and new work—a sign that the singer won’t be leaving the limelight any time soon.



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Renée Fleming Recital Sold Out, How To Get In

7 September 2016

Renée Fleming Recital Sold Out, How To Get In

Twin Cities Arts Reader

by Basil Considine - September 7, 2016

Someone should send the Schubert Club the memo: Classical music is supposed to be dead. While detractors bemoan music graduates’ job prospects (which are actually better than average) and “put down that violin” campaigns backfire, ticket sales are booming at the Schubert Club.

Someone should send the Schubert Club the memo: Classical music is supposed to be dead. While detractors bemoan music graduates’ job prospects (which are actually better than average) and “put down that violin” campaigns backfire, ticket sales are booming at the Schubert Club.

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Barbican Artist Spotlight

20 January 2016

Renée Fleming is featured at the Barbican this year in an Artist Spotlight, a highlight of the venue's 15-16 season. This multi-event residency highlights Ms. Fleming in a range of featured appearances. She first introduces a screening of American Voices on February 3. This documentary captured the festival she created at the Kennedy Center in 2013, with performances from bass-baritone Eric Owens, bluegrass-country artist Alison Krauss, singer-songwriter Ben Folds, and many others. 

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How Do You Raise $3.47 Billion? Ask These Guys.

9 October 2015

How Do You Raise $3.47 Billion? Ask These Guys.

Illustration by Peter Arkle

New York Times, Oct. 9, 2015

Cultural institutions will tell you that every little bit counts. But it is the big gifts that go the furthest in jump-starting projects and prompting others to pony up. Here is a look at some of the heavyweights who can get arts organizations to their fund-raising goals

Cultural institutions will tell you that every little bit counts. But it is the big gifts that go the furthest in jump-starting projects and prompting others to pony up. Here is a look at some of the heavyweights who can get arts organizations to their fund-raising goals.

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Opera Star Renée Fleming, the Super Bowl diva, tours Australia

8 August 2015

Opera Star Renée Fleming, the Super Bowl diva, tours Australia

The Australian

By Rosemary Neill

When Renee Fleming performed at the Super Bowl last year, the logistics were so complex she felt as though she were part of a high-octane race meeting. “The Super Bowl was crazy,’’ says America’s leading soprano. “It felt a little bit like preparing a horse for a race, where they have to repeat the whole getting to the gate so they can be calm and focused on what they have to do.’’

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Jerry O'Connell Will Join Renee Fleming & More for Living on Love on Broadway

25 February 2015

Jerry O'Connell Will Join Renee Fleming & More for Living on Love on Broadway

Jerry O’Connell will return to Broadway in the upcoming production of Joe DiPietro's Living on Love. He completes a cast that includes the previously announced Renée Fleming, Douglas Sills and Anna Chlumsky. Performances of the comedy, directed by Kathleen Marshall, will begin on April 1 at the Longacre Theatre.

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