Three fascinatingly proud singers of great stature and massive potential stepped up to the podium to fill the evening with songs from two seminal German composers. Enjoy my review and let me know your opinions as well.
Deutsche Oper Berlin
Coming into his own in the leading tenor roles is none other than Attilio Glaser, whose career has been opening new doors especially with this iconic poet in love. Enjoy my review and let me know your opinions as well.
Boasting such a vast repertoire from playing vibrant young men to sexy, sumptuous, sinuous seductresses, how did this mezzo-soprano fare in one of her signature roles? Enjoy my review to find out 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.
How did this concert consisting of a pristine French conductor leading the Deutsche Oper Berlin orchestra and a German mezzo-soprano who has been going from strength to strength in her career? Find out in this review.
Fresh from his role debut as the Venetian Moor in Toronto, Canada, Russell Thomas brought this iconic tragic hero to Berlin where he was joined by a cavalcade of superstars, including the pristine Guanqun Yu and the dynamic George Gagnidze. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
Let us see how this mezzo-soprano who boasts such a wide-ranging repertoire fared as this iconic gypsy anti-heroine. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
It’s a surreal, Monty Python-esque production of Massenet’s Don Quichotte which could have used a lot more Spanish flair and spice. 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.