I would be hard pressed to say, which was my favorite song performed last night by Metropoliltan Opera baritone Jason Stearns, soprano Colleen Daley, tenor Jonathan Burton, and mezzo soprano Carla Dirlikov at St. John’s College Key Auditorium last night. Was it Parle-ma Mere! from Carmen or the Act III Trio and Addio fiorito asil from Madame Butterfly? Or maybe it was the quartet from Rigoletto, Un di se ben tammentomi, that showcased all four fabulous voices. Despite his difficulties with allergies, Jason Stearns pressed ahead with an admirable performance at what proved to be a wonderful venue, Key Auditorium, for showcasing the singers’ powerful voices.( Annapolis is lucky to have such a distinguished performer as one of our residents.) My one disappointment, that the auditorium was not full. Classical music lovers who missed last night’s performance, really missed out. I would advise you, to reserve a spot on your calendars now for the Gifts from Grand Opera performance scheduled for Sunday, December 5th, 3:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church. located in the historic district of Annapolis. For more information about the rest of their season go to http://www.AnnapolisOpera.org.