Operators in New York City said the city’s famous operas are not as popular as they once were, with some performing in cramped conditions.
“There are fewer than half the singers now.
It’s like a different world.
It used to be a big world, and now it’s a little one,” said Paul Czarny, the founder and owner of the famous opera company Czerny Opera, in an interview with Reuters.”
People are doing things differently, but there are some things that are going to remain the same, and they’re the opera songs,” he said.”
We’ve done more with the money now than we ever have.
The money’s been spent on things that we don’t need anymore.”
Czarnys opera company has performed at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, the American Museum of Natural History and other venues.
It has performed the likes of “The Barber of Seville” and “Citizen Kane”.
Czernys opera has also staged performances at Carnegie Hall and the New York Public Library, as well as the Newseum in Washington.
The Newsema is the first public museum to be built in the United States, and has become the home of many prominent cultural figures, including President Obama and comedian Bill Maher.
The opera company, which has played to an estimated 150,000 people, is part of a global opera community, with more than 20,000 performers worldwide.
The company has toured the world with more or less constant attendance.
The company’s biggest star, Peter Czirkiewicz, who is in his 60s, said in the interview that the opera is more than a performance, but a community of people.
“It’s not about the opera, it’s about the people who love the opera,” he told Reuters.