What David Devan Leaves Behind After 13 Years Running Opera Philadelphia



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“The Devan era had its shortcomings. … But (they) shouldn’t overshadow (his) central accomplishment: He took an undernourished, traditional opera company, set in motion a period of artistic experimentation and financial growth, learned important lessons, got through the pandemic, and delivered it all to his successor in one piece.” – The Philadelphia Inquirer (MSN)



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