World Premiere of Miss Lonelyhearts at Juilliard

A Nathanael West Novel Gets Its Turn on the Opera

By BERNARD HOLLAND [NY Times, 28 April 2006]

The operafication of American literature goes on. On Wednesday evening the
Juilliard Opera Center offered the premiere of “Miss Lonelyhearts,” composed
by Lowell Liebermann to a libretto by J. D. McClatchy on a commission
honoring the centennial of the Juilliard School.

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An Absorbing Premiere

By JAY NORDLINGER [NY Sun, 28 April 2006]

New York saw the premiere of a new opera on Wednesday night — “Miss
Lonelyhearts,” by Lowell Liebermann. Mr. Liebermann and his librettist, J.D.
McClatchy, have achieved a success: an opera that is worth seeing, hearing,
and absorbing.

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