By Gianmarco Segato, Adult Programs Manager
For Episode 20, the “Hey, singers – be careful out there!” edition, we welcome back opera journalists Joseph So, and Paula Citron as well as Alia Rosenstock, Associate Artist Manager with Dean Artists Management. Gianmarco Segato, the COC’s Adult Programs Manager, is your host.
Lots of “opinion piece” stories this week – and we don’t shy away from adding in our own!
Are you out there listening? What would you like us to talk about next time? Let us know by sending us your ideas/comments by commenting here, on Facebook, Twitter or by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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It's almost the holidays! Are you still stumped for a gift for that opera afficionado in your life? Or maybe a gift for yourself? We have a few suggestions...
1. Give the gift of opera!
Our winter operas offer a great contrast in content and musical styles. Così fan tutte is a charming Mozart rom-com about young love and temptation, and A Masked Ball offers a Verdi tale about forbidden passion, unrequited love and political intrigue. But whatever your heart desires, you can purchase tickets online or let your loved one choose their own night with a gift certificate.
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This holiday season, many COC artists are getting into the spirit, using their vocal talents to share some truly great seasonal music.
Starting off the list are three singers with a long COC association! Ensemble Studio Alumnae Joni Henson and Virginia Hatfield together with their friend Megan Latham have just released a refreshingly different CD of holiday music, “Christmas at Casa Diva,” which can be purchased here.
While not exactly holiday music, tenor Richard Margison (Salome, 2013) sings the great songs of Italy with the Ontario Philharmonic at Koerner Hall on December 10.
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Sara Fulgoni in the COC production of Bluebeard's Castle. Photo: Michael Cooper © 2001