Thank You to all of my 817 YouTube Subscribers

Rate this post Hey, everybody! Antoni here with another milestone I have successfully reached after much toil.   As of yesterday, I just hit 817 YouTube subscribers and I am extremely grateful for the support all of you have given me for the past eight years I have been on this site. All of you have inspired me to create more content, especially my reviews of opera productions, concerts, musical productions, ballet productions, movies, anime, and cartoons. For that, I will continue to create more content for you all and I will not give up on the passion that I have for music, entertainment, and animation.   I also have an upcoming review of Mozart’s Don Giovanni live from the Royal Opera House and I am already finished recording the raw footage. I just need to edit it and by either today or tomorrow, it will be up on YouTube. It is just that I have been rather busy with university, considering that this is the orientation week. So, some of the content that I will produce will be released on a rather sporadic basis. However, that will not stop me from creating said content.   If you want to support me in making my channel grow, please click that link below and subscribe to my channel. I have a lot of great content to offer and I hope you can show your support by spreading the word.   That is all for now. Please do not forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel and thank you to all of my 817 subscribers for your support and for putting up with me for the past eight years. Stay awesome, everybody.

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Singers I Love: Jessica Pratt

Rate this post Behold! My greatest highlight during my Bordeaux trip was meeting the ever-stunning, ever-fabulous, and phenomenal Jessica Pratt. She definitely sang up a magnificent storm at the Opéra National de Bordeaux from the clockwork acrobatics of Olympia to Antonia’s yearningly painful virtuosity to Giulietta’s sinuous sensuality and style to Stella’s superb acting chops, thus proving herself to be the complete package. Moreover, she is very well-known for her interpretations of Lucia Ashton from Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor, Elvira Valton from Bellini’s I Puritani, Amina from Bellini’s La Sonnambula, Rossini’s Semiramide and Mathilde from Guillaume Tell, Gilda from Verdi’s Rigoletto, the Queen of the Night from Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte, and Violetta from Verdi’s La Traviata. Here is to more years of awesomeness, beauty, and greatness to the fabulous Jessica Pratt. Cheers!

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