Cher Public

  • gustave of montreal: The lady Sarah Fox has a beautiful voice. What’s she doing with that ham Wainwright. 5:26 PM
  • armerjacquino: …Franco Zeffirelli is nowhere near as good at it as he thinks… 4:23 PM
  • Porgy Amor: …when you try to take risks and be innovative, people are likely to whine that they want the beautiful old production... 4:22 PM
  • armerjacquino: ….and doing it in a public restroom is inconsiderate to other users. 4:19 PM
  • armerjacquino: …and people keep telling you it was much better 50 years ago. 4:17 PM
  • Batty Masetto: … and sometimes there’s not enough to give satisfaction, and sometimes there’s too much to handle. 4:15 PM
  • Porgy Amor: Nah. …nothing compares to the in-person experience, but if that’s impossible, a good video is better than nothing. 4:15 PM
  • antikitschychick: LOL ya’ll are too much! I would add that it’s important to be generous…eve ryone loves an artist who... 4:15 PM

Feline AIDS continues unabated

“[J]udging singers in their 20s is truly difficult, especially with so much at stake for the finalists, including a $15,000 cash prize for each winner. Comparably gifted pianists in their 20s are much more likely to be technically assured and finished performers. Operatic voices, though, need long nurturing. Most young singers are still working out elements of their technique. Inevitably, the judges for these auditions are assessing the potential of the finalists as much as their actual performances. Moreover, as was made clear by the documentary film ‘The Audition,’ which followed the last round of the 2007 competition, performing in this concert could not be more high-pressure.” [Need You Ask?]