One of Györgi Ligeti’s most famous pieces of work comes to life at the Berliner Philharmonie.
We have a star-studded cast headed by Diana Damrau and Javier Camarena. How well do these veterans hold up?
I would love to thank my great reviewer friend, Tony Whatley II aka The Black Critic Guy, for giving this film the highest recommendation it deserves and for somehow inspiring me to watch this for myself. I never regretted anything after this.
I know this was a few days ago, but I am very happy to be a featured blogger on Channel Awesome. I will definitely make more content for you all and take care. http://thatguywiththeglasses.wikia.com/wiki/Featured_Blogs
Yes, I’m back in Berlin, but tune into this ballet review to get the scoop, of how it all went.
How well did this renowned string quartet hold up? Find out in this review.
When it comes to playing the hero and the heroines, how do Kerl, Markarova, and Zhidkova fare?
This review, despite its quality, was quite significant to me because it was the first time I saw the magnificent Camilla Nylund on stage in the role of Salome. Supporting her were Gerhard Siegel, Birgit Remmert and Albert Dohmen, truly phenomenal singers of the German repertoire. http://youtu.be/Nxl7IPby_qg?a
As a congratulatory gift to Signora Mosuc’s stage debut as Anna Bolena here’s my review of her Bel Canto album.
Frau Waltraud Meier entices the listeners in her Lieder album.