Tags » Rusalka

Monster Monday: Rusalka

We all know about vampires and werewolves, or at least we think we do. The legends and myths that inspired these monsters are sometimes surprisingly different, but no less chilling. 200 more words


Rusalka at the Royal Opera House Muscat (Oman)

The Royal Opera House Muscat Presents:

Antonín Dvořák’s


May 8 & May 10, 2013

Rusalka is Czech composer Antonín Dvořák’s most beloved opera and one of the most achingly beautiful of all operatic works. 667 more words


A (drunk) butterfly that looked down on me.

Yes, it did.
However, I do not hold a grudge against that specimen of Vanessa atalanta. How could anyone?
I met this colourful fellow a few years ago. 88 more words


Lyric's First Ever Rusalka Knocks It Out of the Park

The other night I sat behind soprano Renee Fleming at a performance of Lyric Opera’s first ever production of Dvorak’s opera Rusalka.  Lyric’s Creative Consultant , the most enthusiastic of a madly enthusiastic audience, had come from New York where she had starred in the Metropolitan Opera’s production of… 528 more words



Traffic and grave misunderstandings…Djinns, Dryads, Sprites, Nymphs, Naiads, Pixies, Undines, Nereids, Succubi, Rusalki (and why are there so many words for this type of thing?)…A strange fable… 1,783 more words


Rusalka at the Lyric

M and I scored awesome seats for the Lyric’s performance of Rusalka this past Tuesday – front center seats on the main orchestra level for 50% off. 125 more words