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Opera Warhorses | Santa Fe Opera’s First-Ever Roméo: A Conversation with Stephen Costello

Stephen discusses his Santa Fe Opera debut in the title role of Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette.

This place is completely different from everything I’ve done in opera..., 16thJul 2016

What are your reactions to Santa Fe?

SC: This place is completely different from everything I’ve done in opera. I have a hard time getting use to seeing colleagues ready at the end of a rehearsal to jump into their bathing suits to use the pool.

The Santa Fe Opera has given me a nice place to stay with a Camry to drive around. Whatever I ask for, within reason, I get. The company lets you explore the area yourself and leaves you alone. You can find your stride. You’re not forced into doing things.

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