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Marina Abramovic�s homage to �Seven Deaths�
By Ioanna Blatsou Marina Abramovic loves Greece and is a regular visitor to the country, which reminds the artist of her homeland, Serbia. Abramovic also loves
, both in terms of the...
Read more at Kathimerini
Lars von Trier
The Handel Opera Project Presents Médée on May 4....
Beethoven regarded Cherubini as the greatest of his contemporaries and his opera Medea in its Italian version was made famous by none other than
. The performance stars soprano Eliza...
Read more at The Berkeley Daily Planet
Barb Jungr: Loving Living Life
Barb Jungr: Loving Living Life vocalist brings her infectious enthusiasm to even the most mundane of things. A stroll in the park is turned into a gleeful discovery as she finds a stand of daffodils;...
Read more at All About Jazz
Gifted, gay and loved by his wife
LONDON: It may be one of the saddest but most loving letters written by a woman to a man - Chilean actress Felicia Montealegre telling her future husband, conductor and composer Leonard Bernstein, she...
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West Side Story
Singers Take Center Stage in Knoxville Opera's Pr...
If there ever was an opera that could be called, without hesitation, “a singer’s opera,” it is Vincenzo Bellini’s Norma, this weekend’s Rossini Festival offering from Knoxville Opera. The title...
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Kiri Te Kanawa
In the Galleries: Jim French, Before Colt
In the heady "Mad Men" days of the '60s, the man who later pioneered the art form of male nude photography was working as a commercial artist in New York. Jim French's work from the period survives...
Read more at The Advocate
Museum dedicated to Maria Callas set to open by e...
By Dimitris Rigopoulos A museum dedicated to opera great
is expected to open its doors in central Athens by the end of next year. Located at 44 Mitropoleos Street, the museum will be...
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Greek tenor Mario Frangoulis sings for his homela...
... also sing in German,” he laughs, but don’t really speak the language very well,” adds the international recording artist, who makes his San Francisco debut at Nourse Theater on Friday. Zimbabwe...
Read more at The San Francisco Examiner
Timur Bekbosunov rises above the 'Collapse' at RE...
I want Al Jolson for the base material, useful for wholehearted expression derived from curious cultural transgression (but obviously without the blackface). Add a tad of Ethel Merman to enhance that...
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Kim and Kanye in Vogue Let's all settle down, O...
... y greatest pain in life is that I will never be able to see myself perform live," says Kanye West. Why get all mad and upset about the furor this week regarding Anna Wintour putting Kim Kardashian...
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