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Out of Opera Boston’s ashes: A new opera company rises

More than a year after the stunning collapse of Opera Boston, a new company is set to emerge from its remnants with plans to emulate the ambitious programming of that critically acclaimed but perpetually cash-strapped institution.

While Odyssey Opera will be much smaller than its predecessor, it will be spearheaded by two familiar faces. Gil Rose, Opera Boston’s artistic director, will be the general and artistic director, and Randolph Fuller, the mercurial millionaire and Opera Boston cofounder, will be its only named funder.

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