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A cost-cutting San Diego Opera ready to regroup
A cost-cutting San Diego Opera ready to regroup

San Diego Opera has reached a new level of stability, leaders say, after a series of cost-cutting and the announcement of new initiatives to broaden its presence in the community. The company — which in May rescinded a controversial decision to close its doors — will offer the first of three main stage productions in January, but will present recitals and other special events starting in September. "I think that we are stabilized and that we are more committed than ever," said Keith Fisher, the opera's chief operating officer. Fisher has been leading the company following the departure of Ian Campbell, who headed the company for three decades. Fisher said the 2015 season will have a...