Sunday, July 16 – Saturday, July 23
This Week in Strategic Lying: Krueger in OTR wants to be known for their meat dishes. The small menu is heavy on sausages and hamburgers. 351 more words
Like Glyndebourne’s recent Rinaldo, Longborough’s Magic Flute seems to take shape as a young boy’s daydream, or perhaps the world of his storybook coming to life in his imagination. 103 more words
One of my favorite sopranos of all time, Lucia Popp. Here are two of my favorite arias sung by this divine singer.
Queen of the Night. 40 more words
I don’t remember having ever watched any Classical opera out of The Magic flute.
By the end of 1790, Mozart was depressed, if not getting desperate: his financial situation was not good, sinking in debts; the new emperor did not favour his music much; and his musical language seemed to be diverting from the audiences’ tastes. 673 more words