Three singers who have made the roles of Cio-Cio-San, Suzuki, and Sharpless their own and one tenor whose career has been centered around Bel Canto and florid singing who has made his role debut as Pinkerton. How did they fare? Find out in my review.
From her beginnings as an interpreter of delicious soubrette roles to her most recent engagements in leading lady roles, Lisette Oropesa rose to the challenge to take on an iconic French heroine who undergoes quite the metamorphosis. Enjoy my review and let me know your opinions as well.
From her beginnings in the full lyric and spinto soprano repertoires to nowadays coming into her own in the dramatic repertoire, how well did Christine Goerke stack up to one of her signature roles, especially joined by a cast that looks good on paper? Enjoy and find out in my review.
Mademoiselle Hanna-Elisabeth Müller heralds her return to the Met as one of her signature roles, Pamina, in an abridged English-language version of Mozart’s last opera intended for families and audiences of all ages. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
In honor of Mister Jonathan Winell’s very special day, here’s my review of his and his colleagues’ concert, a collection of opera arias, operetta and musical number, and songs. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.