Ah, mia bella Verona! Ci incontriamo di nuovo. Ah, my fair Verona. We meet again.
THANK YOU, GOD. I’VE FINALLY DONE IT. What people think is a revolution is to me a fucking abomination. We live in a very sick and stupid world, folks, and unfortunately roughly 50% of those people are Asian, hence this show’s sickening success. I beat my own record in regards to length; I spend a full half hour ridiculing my own narcissistic race and shitting on a show that makes me almost wish that I wasn’t Asian. Every time I see even a few seconds of this show I grumble. Loudly. In consequence, editing this video was a pretty damn noisy experience as you could practically hear me going, “UUUUGH!” every few minutes. Millions of people are gonna hate me for this, and that is exactly what I want. You can’t undo this. It’s already been done, Asian bitches. Wake the fuck up and drink the bitter juice called truth– our Asian American generation is unequivocally fucked.
What better way to wrap up my amazing time here in Pesaro than with this exquisite piece of sacred music. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
With Peter Sellars’ daring and thought-provoking vision of Mozart’s second to the last opera combined with a star-studded cast, this was a major thrill from beginning to end. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
The grace and flexibility found this fabulous mezzo’s voice was certainly a great way to spend the afternoon. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
In honor of Mister Jonathan Winell’s very special day, here’s my review of his and his colleagues’ concert, a collection of opera arias, operetta and musical number, and songs. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
From kings to villains to fun characters, this fine bass can embody each of them with great, seductive charm and alluring charisma. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
Was Anna Netrebko’s debut as Aida triumphant as all the fanfares lined up resounding in a grand procession? Or did it end up crashing down to the catacombs? Find out in this review.
Signore Pórcile and Signora Maccaroni are like two peas in a pod when it comes to their great skills as organists.
My afternoon was made splendid in courtesy of three platinum-voiced, gallant, and noble Bel Canto tenors.