Hello, everybody! You can now find me on MyAnimeList.net. As a major anime fan, I’m very thankful to be on this site, where I can connect with fellow anime fans and to some extent express what anime we love and what we don’t like. So far, I am enjoying my time here and I’m sure there will be a lot to look out for. https://myanimelist.net/profile/antonianimemusic
Hey, guys! Due to me doing the best I can to not only make long-lasting connections with my fellow online reviewers and in general online entertainers on social media and of course Skype, I decided to make a Discord account. You can find me as AntoniGarciaTheMusicMan, which is my server name, and I do hope to be connected with all of you from here too. Until then, have a great day. 🙂 P.S. My Skype name is antonianimationfan, if ever you want to have a conversation with me. https://discord.gg/hDvuHAd And please do not forget to support me on Patreon to see what rewards I have to offer you, in which one of them is a Skype or Discord chat. Thank you so much. https://www.patreon.com/antonireviewsoperaandmanyotherstuff
All right, Mesdames et Messieurs, let’s all raise a glass to not only Ekaterina Bakanova as the tragic heroine, Violetta Valery, who lead a fabulous cast of international singers, but also to the great and beautiful city of Dresden, for simply being one of the greatest holiday destinations to go to.
Hello, everybody. I am officially now on Opera Musica, where I will also release my music-related reviews mostly restricting myself to opera, classical music, and Baroque music. I was introduced to this site by complete chance as this was headed by the fine Mathieu Abelli. When I arrived in Dresden he convinced me to publish my current reviews on Opera Musica specifically on the News section, which I did. So, I hope you enjoy the profile I created, as I will also post the reviews on there, and do stay tuned for my review of Verdi’s La Traviata at the Semperoper Dresden. https://www.operamusica.com/musicfan/antoni-matteo-garcia/
My first opera night at the Semperoper Dresden had a kick start with Achim Freyer’s weird, wacky, yet colorful production of Mozart’s final opera, Die Zauberflöte or The Magic Flute for English-speakers. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
My summer break is about to come to a close in this marvelous city of Dresden, home to the Semperoper and many other fabulous sights and sounds.
My Italian voyage goes out with one great bang with Monsieur Arnaud Bernard’s really interesting production of Verdi’s Nabucco, an opera which has gained such a strong legacy. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
One straight-up filmmaker, who does the major task of bringing Verdi’s grand-scaled opera of love and passion to life, rises up to the challenge to make it happen, especially with a cavalcade of internationally-known superstars. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
Hugo de Ana’s visionary production of Tosca is rich in its grandiosity and scale, thanks to strong performances by Ainhoa Arteta, Aleksandrs Antonenko, and Boris Statsenko. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
The alluringly terrific Jessica Pratt as Amina and the strappingly dashing Carlos Enrique Barcenas, plus a tantalizingly veritable cast of Bel Canto specialists, strike up the band as Amina and Elvino in this concert version of Bellini’s La Sonnambula. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.