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Performance: David Weiller
David Weiller (Music) returned to the College Light Opera Company (CLOC) in Falmouth, Massachusetts, to conduct a production of The Desert Song, a popular 1926 American operetta by Sigmund Romberg. In its 49th season, CLOC is one of the oldest and most respected summer-stock theater companies in the country. It is a community in which young artists have the opportunity to practice and perfect their art in a supportive and nurturing environment. Weiller has conducted more than 50 productions there, specializing in the Gilbert & Sullivan canon, Viennese and early American operettas, and Broadway classics.
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