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Editor’s Note

BENJAMIN EALOVEGA

Opera companies in America seem to be greeting the new US political regime with a mixture of trepidation and defiance. Not that government beneficence counts for a huge amount when it comes to the continued existence of opera in the US. The support provided by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), America’s government-funded agency for culture, amounts to a drop in the ocean, if anything at all, in the annual budget of most opera companies.

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