The sun beat down relentlessly, like an overinsistent conductor. The breezes didn’t so much as whisper, as if determined not to disturb the vocal artistry on display. Hydration came to seem as essential as the precise formulation of a trill, or the aerodynamics of a high C. And in defiance of the heat and the glare, an ebullient crowd gathered in Golden Gate Park’s Sharon Meadow on Sunday afternoon for the San Francisco Opera’s annual Opera in the Park concert. They sprawled across the grassy area in front of the stage, and spilled all the way up the hill at the rear of the dell, where the sight lines were poorer but shade easier to come by.
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2013 - GOLDEN ROSE OPERA WORKS, INCORPORATED
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