How locust ecology inspired an opera

What happens when an entomologist writes a libretto?

soprano Cristin Colvin performing

INSECT ARIA  In an opera about species extinction, soprano Cristin Colvin of Denver performed in September as the ghost of the extinct Rocky Mountain Locust at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole, Wyo.

Amber Baesler

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