Posts Tagged ‘opera’

Favori sono fatto…Ora mi devi…

     Walking into a pool of elderly women dressed in their elegant clothes, going up the velvet red staircase dimly lit and carefully designed, it seemed like walking into the Victorian era minus the corsets and incredibly large dresses….


An O-Puccini…

The Metropolitan Opera House at the Lincoln Center for the performing arts provided my first encounter ever with Opera on this Saturday. Premiered in Dec 1910, this Italian Opera, La Fanciulla del West,  by Giacomo Puccini was a treat even after a…


makjang opera

The OPERA. Of strong voices that warble and Soras that nod – So I’d expected. No, this Sora sat through all 3 hours, 10 minutes, if not enthralled, absorbed – it was better than I thought it would be. You didn’t need 30(0) years of patience (years*COUG…


La Voice del Opera

BY AYAZ KAMALOV
To hear something is really great ability for everybody. We hear and listen to different things: sounds, noises… music. Music – what is it? A combination of notes, 12 of them …


Una buona giornata per Wells Fargo!

Puccini’s La Fanciulla Del West is definitively modern in its fusion of two theatrical styles, one steeped in tradition and the other modern for its time- opera and country western. The story revolves around a mining camp at the foot of the Cloudy …