Posts Tagged “Opera”

Past, Future, Opera - Pandemic 1918
03 02 2020

Past, Future, Opera - Pandemic 1918

One thing I enjoy about opera is its connection to history in various ways. This has always led to me feeling that by being part of the opera community, which celebrates works ancient and modern, we are part of something that connects us both to…

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Clearance Announcement
02 21 2020

Clearance Announcement

They say you can grow taller or you can grow stronger. The way you grow stronger is through pruning.A plant growing straight up will not have great strength and be vulnerable to winds and storms. Pruning the plant creates roots, base strength, bal…

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What are the MOST romantic operas?
02 07 2020

What are the MOST romantic operas?

What does romance mean? What are the MOST romantic opera moments?Grab a cup of tea as we chat and take a look at romantic Opera Bracelets. Check out this great camera angle with my cool office light fixture! Use code Cupid20 through February 14 f…

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Art, Opera and Silk
01 17 2020

Art, Opera and Silk

This week Julie Anna Lewis guest blogs for us about her fine art and opera journey. I’m so excited about Julie Anna’s growing collection of opera and classical music artwork on pure silk scarves! Read on...I'm a contemporary artist focused on opera a…

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Exploring the Tosca Collection
06 13 2019

Exploring the Tosca Collection

I never expected to become as fascinated with Tosca as I did. The plot feels so real, as if such events happen anywhere the world is violently in flux, which can be any day, depending on the place. And put into such an impossible situation what…

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7 Opera Myths (debunked)
06 04 2019

7 Opera Myths (debunked)

There are a lot of misconceptions about opera. In an effort to be a good opera ambassador, I would like to debunk these opera myths in my own overly opinionated way and with a sense of humor!Opera Myth #1: "I don't like opera"(with 3 exceptions)Opera…

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