Opera was born in Italy in the 16th century to revive the Greek drama. Today it is alive and well. It is beauty, poetry, history. It is in our blood, apt to bring tears and plenty of conversations.
At the Opera is one way to teach myself about this artistic realm in deeper detail, while sharing. It also serves as reference medium for recurring rooms in the Opera, Blood, and Tears Club, on Clubhouse.
“Anna Bolena” — by Gaetano Donizetti
“La Fille du Régiment” — by Gaetano Donizetti
“Werther” — by Jules Massenet
“La Forza del Destino” — Giuseppe Verdi
“Peter Grimes” — Benjamin Britten
“Tannhäuser “ — Richard Wagner
“Oberon” — Carl Maria von Weber