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Laura Giordano, Donna Anna's aria "Or sai chi l'onore" (Don Giovanni)

Laura Giordano sings Donna Anna’s aria “Or sai chi l’onore” from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s opera “Don Giovanni”. Piccolo Festival FVG, Castello di San Giusto, 5 July 2015. 14 more words

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Laura Giordano & Bruno Taddia, "Non sperar, se non m'uccidi" (Don Giovanni)

Laura Giordano and Bruno Taddia sing an excerpt “Non sperar, se non m’uccidi” from the opening scene of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s opera “Don Giovanni”. Piccolo Festival FVG, Castello di San Giusto, 5 July 2015. 18 more words

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Day 34: exploring Prague and the opera

After a restless sleep, I woke up as early as I could bear because I had a plan to see what I could of the castle before going on the walking tour the guys had done already. 471 more words

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PRIESTS

“Washington DC based riot-surf quartet ” is how Dischord describes Priests. the Band was formed 2012 and has released two tapes, a 7″ and one LP on their own imprint, Sister Polygon¬†Records. 114 more words

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Aida, Fascinating

Back in July we set off for our opera holiday in Verona. We’re not exactly opera buffs, but we have seen a few over the years, and we always wanted to go to Verona, so this was the year. 457 more words

Opera in Trafalgar Square

Over the last couple of months I’ve been lucky enough to be able to go to Trafalgar Square in London to watch live BP Big Screens broadcasts of operas from the Royal Opera House! 512 more words

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Review: Worriers keep it short and sweet with Imaginary Life

Last week, I reviewed Titus Andronicus’ epic The Most Lamentable Tragedy.¬† On the other side of the time spectrum is Worriers’ Imaginary Life. Clocking in at just a little over 28 minutes, Worriers address themes of success, love, and self-actualization with a bit of wit, spite, and hope. 428 more words

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