Florian Sempey rises to the challenge to take on the role of Hamlet the Prince of Denmark, whose quest to avenge his father’s murder unravels in this concert version of Ambroise Thomas’s opera of the same name. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
After so many years, I managed to accomplish one of my lifelong dreams of catching the magnificent and great Sir Bryn Terfel as this monumentally iconic anti-hero tyrant of a tsar. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
There are no mountains, mills, woods, and bucolicism in this production of Bellini’s Sonnambula, just a closed, claustrophobic, rundown motel full of rather interesting people. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
Fifty years on stage is certainly a milestone for this lyric-dramatic coloratura soprano, who worked her way up all throughout the years. From starting out in some major roles at a young age to her sheer determination in her Vienna State Opera House years to her journeys with Mozart and later Bel Canto to also being claimed one of the Queens of Bel Canto. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
After countless engagements not only at the Deutsche Oper Berlin but also many other opera houses worldwide, the amazing and noble Noel Bouley rises up to the challenge to sing the famous Ethiopian warrior king, Amonasro. Joining him was the fine Spanish dramatic tenor with an incisive voice, Señor Jorge de Leon, who was the handsome, dashing, and strong Radames, and even Robert Watson in the small role of the Messenger, who is celebrating his very special day and this review is also dedicated to him. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.