One World Trade Center is illuminated with green light, June 1, 2017 in New York City. Drew Angerer/Getty Images/AFP
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NEW YORK, United States: Opera has been popping up recently at the most unlikely New York places: a revamped garage, a dive bar, a basketball court and even an old aircraft carrier.The New York Opera Fest 2017 that ends in late June has drawn casual, but curious, spectators, some of whom may never have gone to an expensive production in a plush theater.Mozart melodies floated through a lush community garden on Manhattan's Upper West Side for the composer's "La Finta Giardiniera," a free performance in which a noblewoman poses as a simple gardener while caught up in her own romantic twists and turns.
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