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This led to an interest in blending opera with comedy.
In 1981 he founded La Gran Scena Opera Co., and the troupe became an instant hit, their musically skilled, hilarious-but-affectionate spoofs of opera divas winning great acclaim from the press, public and music world.
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Gran Scena toured internationally through 2002 to many of the world’s great opera houses and festivals: Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center, Edinburgh Festival, Venice Festival, Munich Festival, Covent Garden Festival, and, literally, countless others in the U.
It was as Madame Vera that he first teamed up with Margaret Juntwait, for two seasons of hilarious mock diva interviews on WNYC’s Weekend Music.William Berger grew up in Los Angeles in a bilingual (Spanish and English) and multicultural (Mexican, Italian, and Jewish) home where everyone listened to opera and had strong opinions about it.After spending time during his teen years in various places around the U. and Europe, he earned degrees in Latin and Italian Literature at University of California at Santa Cruz.In 2001, Margaret received a phone call from the producer of the Metropolitan Opera International Radio Broadcasts asking whether she’d like to be a cover [understudy] announcer for host Peter Allen.
When he retired in 2004, Margaret took over as Host of the Met’s live, international Saturday broadcasts.As it turned out, music was always a part of Margaret’s life, as was radio.