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Bass-Baritone Luca Pisaroni on the culture of opera in Italy

There is no denying that politics and the economy have caused major problems for the arts in Europe, but to hear an honest account of the cultural climate in Italy from an internationally acclaimed opera...

Patrice Chéreau, Obituary

Patrice Chéreau, groundbreaking opera and film director, died of cancer on October 7, 2013. He was 68 years old. Chéreau is the French theatre director best known for his controversial staging of Wagner’s Ring Cycle at...

The Space Reveals All: profile on artist Bruno Billio

Hello lovelies, thanks for stopping by today. I've been expanding my horizons and have published an article in Panoram Italia Magazine. It's a profile on Bruno Billio, a sculptor and designer who is the current...

Meryl Streep on vocal stamina, studying opera and "just the breath"

Tue, 07 Feb 2012 17:20:52 -0800  Interview courtesy of NPRMeryl Streep: The Fresh Air InterviewMeryl Streep is known for completely enveloping herself in her characters, capturing...

Danielle de Niese’s wardrobe make headlines…Wait, what?

Yes, I love fashion. Yes, I love opera, but when the New York Times decided to do an introspective feature on what Danielle de Niese wore for an entire week, my heart sank a bit....

Sasha Djihanian wins grand prize at the COC

Representing Canada at BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2011 (above video) Here is a bit of background on the soprano who won over the jury at this year's Ensemble Studio Competition, guaranteeing...