"He sang everything with such love and hope, such passion and fire, that it made you think it was the last performance he was ever going to give."
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A guest post by Heather Johnson
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We thought we’d switch it up a bit this week and share some documentaries, interviews and masterclasses we’ve been gathering on our favorite singers. W…
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A guest post by Heather Johnson
Heather Johnson and Opera Daily
A scene from Act 2 of Donizetti's Don Pasquale as premiered at the Salle Ventadour in Paris by the Théâtre-Italien in 1843 Today we’re listening to… “C…
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Claudio Monteverdi (1567–1643) Monteverdi’s operatic language wanted to fully express the feelings of human beings. Monteverdi believed that music shou…
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Giorgio Strehler, Mirella Freni, Piero Cappuccilli after Simon Boccanegra at La Scala, 1971 Today we’re listening to… “Come in quest’ora bruna”, Amelia…
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Giuseppe Verdi conducting the Paris Opera premiere of his opera, Aida, at the Palais Garnier on March 22, 1880 As I prepared for this week’s selection …
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Renée Fleming singing the role of the Marschallin at the Metropolitan Opera in 2000 and 2017 Today we’re listening to… The final trio between The Marsc…
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The Three Tenors - Domingo, Pavarotti, Carreras (Photo, Decca/Carlos Picasso) Good morning, friends! When we shared last week’s post with countertenor …
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John Holiday sings on NBC’s The Voice If the name John Holiday sounds familiar, you might have caught him on season 19 of NBC's The Voice, a vocal comp…
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Eva-Maria Westbroek (Santuzza) and the Met Chorus perform the Easter Hymn from Mascagni's "Cavalleria Rusticana”, 2015 Today we’re listening to… The Ea…
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