Headshot of La Cieca

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When I have sung my songs to you

… I’ll just keep on singing until everyone has heard. La Cieca’s debut on “Operavore” is now available on demand, after the jump.  

37 comments

  • kashania says:

    While I enjoyed La Cieca’s appearance at the end of this segment, I wish they would give her more time and allow her to appear as JJ and just talk opera.

    • Milady DeWinter says:

      Agreed kashania! I think this was perhaps more of an “pilot episode set up” and should evolve into more air time for La Cieca as the show progresses. Glad this was posted as I had guests this past weekend and had to forgo the broadcasts, both this and Stuarda.

  • Jack Jikes says:

    Great La Cieca -- what a superb Divina clip. Could we please be offered a dialogue with Milton? I miss him.