Four of Deutsche Oper Berlin’s finest mainstay singers. One pianist who exuded elegance and charm. One reader who exuded unique lovability. Two of the greatest classical composers. One fine evening of song. Enjoy my review and let me know your opinions as well.
Ekaterina Siurina, a coloratura soprano of such pristinely precise vocal beauty and indubitably immense dedication to her craft, tackles the role of the iconically poignant seamstress with a malady Mimí. Enjoy my review and let me know your opinions as well.
Two singers whose voices I have heard for the first time embodying the mythical ice princess and the intrepid warrior prince. Two singers who have made their role debuts as an old King of Tartar and a sweet slave girl. How well did they all hold up in the end? Find out more in this review.
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.
Three years ago, I caught this production of this rare Puccini opera by the famous tenor, Rolando Villazon, which had such amazing performers like Aurelia Florian as Magda de Civry, Joseph Calleja as Ruggero Lastouc, Alexandra Hutton as Lisette, and Alvaro Zambrano as Prunier. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
How worthwhile is it to have some Deutsche Oper Berlin veterans in this fine Da Ponte/Mozart opera?