Produced by

Salvatore Licitra

Thursday, February 08, 2007

Tenor Salvatore Licitra is the opera world's pinch hitter, filling in for an ailing Pavarotti in 2002, and recently, taking on two roles in one night at the Met. He joins us to talk about the art of the last-minute substitution.

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