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  • Franco Corelli

    An overview of Grandi Tenori week

    During Grandi Tenori Week we’ve published six main great tenor biographies and in addition also put online few shorter biographies. To conclude, here is an overview of the six main biographies published and for each tenor, a stunning example of their artistry. Jussi Björling A sublime …

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  • 2 The Nose

    Meet You at the Met: My Fall Met Highlights

    Rather than completely anticipate the Metropolitan Opera’s 2013/2014 offerings and give an in-depth analysis of the entire season, I thought I’d break up my picks of productions into manageable chunks. Surprisingly, my choices make me feel a lot Hipper and Cooler than I probably actually …

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  • Whitetie

    Dressing for the opera

    The uninitiated often imagine opera as a world of tuxedos and floor-length ball gowns. As someone who loves to wear and be surrounded by elegant clothing, I sometimes wish that picture were accurate. But current and aspiring opera-goers can rest easy in the knowledge that, …

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  • The Magic Flute

    My first opera

    In 2006-2007, my freshman year of high school, I was on a FIRST LEGO League (FLL) team. FLL is a competition where students build robots out of LEGOs to solve challenges and compete against other robots. Because both of my parents are actors, I was …

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  • Ponselle1918

    Art Is Hard

    Are great singers born or made? It’s an eternal question. Whenever I mention to someone that I’m a singer, I am usually met with “oh, I have no singing talent” or “I could never sing.” My immediate reaction to this is to say “Oh, anyone …

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