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Topic - Peter D. Clark
Character singer Charles Anthony, who set the record for most appearances at the Metropolitan Opera _ 2,928 _ during a career that spanned from 1954 to 2010, died Wednesday. He was 82.
Mezzo-soprano Wendy White is out of the hospital after falling over the weekend during a show at New York's Metropolitan Opera.
The Metropolitan Opera lost tens of millions of dollars on Wall Street in the 2009 fiscal year while expenses, including salaries, continued to climb.
Met spokesman Peter Clark said Wednesday that Nikitin is scheduled to sing in the production in February as Klingsor, and his status hasn't been reviewed.
The ice sheet was actually so large that it was unstable, said study co-author Peter Clark of Oregon State University.