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The Met’s ‘Enchanted Island’ Offers Students a Cultural Refuge

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The Met’s ‘Enchanted Island’ Offers Students a Cultural Refuge
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March 17, 2014
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The New York Times
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The soprano Danielle de Niese was dressed as an antiquated scuba diver when she greeted a group of 10 young IRC 'Leaders In Training' during intermission at Saturday’s performance of “The Enchanted Island” at the Metropolitan Opera.

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