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Flash Fiction: Rusalka

She is beautiful – all dangerous things are. But she doesn’t mean to be – beautiful, or dangerous. She doesn’t mean to lurk below the surface of a turbulent sea, waiting for men to appear in their ships, or out on the pier at a deadly hour. 570 more words

Writing

"Getting close, but not close enough."

a review and reflection of the 2014 Philippine premier of Dvořák’s Rusalka

On the windy Thursday evening of the 24th of September, the UP College of  1,352 more words

Art

Finding the Raw and Sensual in 'Carmen' and 'Rusalka'

In the final moments of the third act of Bizet’s Carmen at the Met, the freewheeling gypsy daydreams about her future lover Escamillo as he croons a reprise of his “Toreador Song” from offstage. 1,216 more words

The Metropolitan Opera

Thursday's Something Else (Dvořák)

This week is a return to Central Europe with Dvořák’s Rusalka, which I have thus far neglected. I really enjoyed Herheim’s La Monnaie’s production… 130 more words

Thursday's Something Else

Full Philippine Premiere of Dvorak's Rusalka at Cultural Center of the Philippines and UP College of Music

The University of the Philippines College of Music will bring to life Antonin Dvorak’s heart-rending lyric fairy tale opera Rusalka on 11 and 12 September, 7:30pm at the Cultural Center of the Philippines Little Theater, Pasay City, and on 23 and 24 September, 6:30pm at the Abelardo Hall Auditorium, Quezon City. 333 more words