After years of tackling the Mozartean repertoire, Christopher Maltman ascends to the challenge to tackle the tragic hunchback court jester while being joined by a cast of vibrant, young singers with loads of potential. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
Two Hispanic operatic aces of the twenty-first century, one who is a young lyric coloratura soprano from Madrid, Spain and is on the cusp of international acclaim and the other who is a light lyric tenor from Hermosillo, Mexico and has been a well-established Bel Canto star for decades, tackle the iconic Scottish star-crossed lovers.
At times, this famous Bizet opera might as well be renamed “Micaela” and I bet you already know why. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
A charming young lyric coloratura soprano rises to the challenge to bring one of the most famous Donizetti Bel Canto heroines of all time to the stage of the Deutsche Oper Berlin. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
A brilliant full lyric tenor with a growing repertoire rises to the challenge to take on the delightfully despicable Duke of Mantua. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
One of Australia’s most angelic coloratura sopranos, one of the United States of America’s most noble lyric baritones, one of Germany’s finest authoresses, and one of England’s skilled pianists band together to perform one exquisite Liederabend. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
How did this versatile dramatic mezzo-soprano fare last night in terms of her song repertoire? Find out in this 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.
This is another version of the collaborative film that me, my colleagues, and my teachers did for our school’s project day. Moreover, this is the version edited by one of my German teachers, Mrs. Philine von Oppeln-Bronikowski, as it includes not just one but two songs. When all is said and done, I continue to be as grateful, enthusiastic, blessed, and full of positive vibes to have partaken in this short film project. Any way we slice it, any version that the viewers like, the whole process of making this come to fruition is a blessing in its purest, most undefiled, and greatest form.