Joan Sutherland at her debut at the Old Met in Lucia | [photographer unknown] I saw her here at the Old Met, Lucia di Lamamore.

Look back as you go forward

Joan Sutherland at her debut at the Old Met in Lucia | [photographer unknown] I saw her here at the Old Met, Lucia di Lamamore.

Vocal sensations in sopranos and tenors tracked through body.

How to Sing, While Only Slightly Overthinking It

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Humorous chart showing the elements that make up opera arias.

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Puccini, La Boheme by Adolfo Hohenstein // vintage opera poster

Puccini, La Boheme

Maria Callas (Ana María Cecilia Sofía Kalogeropoúlou) - Sus creaciones fueron Norma, Medea, Violetta en La traviata, Lucía y Tosca, seguidas por Elvira en Los puritanos, Lady en Macbeth, La Gioconda, Il trovatore, La sonnambula, Anna Bolena, Ifigenia, Madama Butterfly, Turandot, Rosina en El barbero de Sevilla y Armida. 1964 abordó Carmen en el estudio de grabación como había hecho en 1956 con Mimí de La boheme y Manon Lescaut, papeles que nunca cantó en escena (tampoco Nedda de I…

Maria Callas (Ana María Cecilia Sofía Kalogeropoúlou) - Sus creaciones fueron Norma, Medea, Violetta en La traviata, Lucía y Tosca, seguidas por Elvira en Los puritanos, Lady en Macbeth, La Gioconda, Il trovatore, La sonnambula, Anna Bolena, Ifigenia, Madama Butterfly, Turandot, Rosina en El barbero de Sevilla y Armida. 1964 abordó Carmen en el estudio de grabación como había hecho en 1956 con Mimí de La boheme y Manon Lescaut, papeles que nunca cantó en escena (tampoco Nedda de I…

Opera Carmen Poster. 2012. Ok not a musical, an Opera, but still amazing :).

Opera Carmen Poster. 2012. Ok not a musical, an Opera, but still amazing :).

A chart to tell you everything you need to know about opera.

27 Cringey Yet Wonderful Jokes Only Classical Music Nerds Will Understand

visual communication - as you can see that a giesha girl is clearly displayed, this gives us an understanding that the opera is more than likely set in Japan, as the girl is set with her back to us could demonstrate the heart ache she receives in the opera. the red butterfly also relates to the title of the opera and the colour red demonstrates mixed emotions such as love and anger

visual communication - as you can see that a giesha girl is clearly displayed, this gives us an understanding that the opera is more than likely set in Japan, as the girl is set with her back to us could demonstrate the heart ache she receives in the opera. the red butterfly also relates to the title of the opera and the colour red demonstrates mixed emotions such as love and anger

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