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Arias, Updated: The East Village Opera Company
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Arias, Updated: The East Village Opera Company

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Arias, Updated: The East Village Opera Company

Arias, Updated: The East Village Opera Company
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The debut CD by The East Village Opera Company features new takes on a revered art form.

Old, amplified: The debut CD by The East Village Opera Company features new takes on a revered art form. Decca hide caption

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The East Village Opera Company is a New York City musical group that mixes opera with rock 'n' roll. The group is made up of a five-piece band, a string quartet and two vocalists.

From the Debut CD

Hear Cuts from the Self-Titled CD by The East Village Opera Company

'Au Fono Du Temple Saint'
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'Nessun Dorma'
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'O Mio Babbino Caro'
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Producer Barrett Golding of the Hearing Voices radio project relates the story of how the group got its start, and the inspiration they find in music from another era.

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