Top of the morning, fellow online content creators, reviewers, artists, opera devotees, music fans, animation aficionados, thespians, singers, musicians, dancers, writers, and film lovers, Antoni here with another YouTube milestone. As of two days ago, I have hit 1,401 subscribers, and I am extremely ecstatic and grateful to all of you who have been following me on my YouTube journey for the past nine years. Moreover, I am very thrilled to know I have gone this far in my YouTube career, I hope to keep on thriving, and I want to keep on improving every step of the way. I know I have been busy with handing in coursework and exam preparation, but I hope to keep on fighting the good fight as an online content creator, keep on finding inspiration from fellow online content creators, and stay as persistent and vigilant as ever. If you want to join me on YouTube journey, please subscribe to my channel, watch as many of my videos as you can, and spread the word. Until then, have an amazing day, everybody. https://m.youtube.com/user/operaanimelover369
I was re-watching the second episode of Nudie Rehab on January 15, so basically about a week ago, and while I think that the episode has for the most part aged very well, there were still a few moments that didn’t. So I’ve decided to revisit this review to create what I like to call a “Director’s Recut” where I’ve removed or re-edited scenes from the video and I’ve also added some new voice over lines as well. The last part is unfortunately somewhat noticeable but I still think that it helped to improve the quality of the review. Keep in mind: Even though I do prefer this “Recut” version over the original cut, I still feel that everyone should be allowed to pick between the two cuts since I don’t see any logical reason to get rid of the original cut. With that being said: I hope you enjoy this re-edited cut of my second Nudie Rehab episode. I’ve also decided to update the previous post because to me it doesn’t make much sense to add a new post to a video which is mostly just the same safe for some minor edits. Click on the pic to check out the Director’s Recut:
Hey, everybody. Antoni here with my first milestone for 2020, as I have reached 1,340 subscribers on YouTube. I want to thank all of my 1,340 subscribers for keeping up with me and for sticking by me through thick and thin. I also want to thank my family, my friends, all of my colleagues from my previous schools, acting schools, Kolleg Schöneberg, and Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, my fellow artists, my fellow singers, my fellow actors, my fellow voice actors, my fellow bloggers, my fellow filmmakers, my fellow musicians, my fellow online reviewers, and my fellow online content creators for being greatest sources of inspiration, passion, grit, determination, drive, and courage. You have all made me be the passionate online reviewer I have always been, and I am very grateful and humbled. Please support me by subscribing to my channel so that you can view all the content I have to offer ranging from reviews of operas, ballets, concerts, musicals, cartoons, anime, and movies to the material I have as a music fan, an actor, a voice actor, and a singer. Thank you all once again, and let us all make 2020 a most memorable year. https://m.youtube.com/user/operaanimelover369
My final night here in Tallinn and my final Red Ribbon Reviewers’ contribution goes out with a bang, as Kristel Pärtna, who I saw two years ago as the poignant Pamina, takes on the iconically dramatic role of Violetta Valery. Enjoy my review and let me know your opinions as well.
We now venture into my most favorite part of my meal in Peppersack, and that was the absolutely wonderful folk song singing done by the fine ladies and gentlemen of this restaurant. For the record, I do enjoy the lead singer’s voice, as it had good coordination throughout the registers.
This was definitely a pleasant surprise to see some fine Estonian folk dancing in one of my favorite restaurants here in Tallinn, Peppersack. Enjoy what these dancers have accomplished and Happy New Year.
I send all of you my warmest blessings for the New Year all the way from the beautiful city of Tallinn, Estonia. Happy 2020, everybody.
Ben Stevenson’s and Tom Boyd’s choreographic vision of this holiday classic of a ballet comes to vivid, colorful life. Enjoy my review and let me know your opinions as well.
Boasting a huge, wide-ranging repertoire from lyric to dramatic soprano roles, Heli Veskus heralds this cast with courage and steeliness. Enjoy my review and let me know your opinions as well.