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Opera Star Elina Garanca

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Latvian opera superstar Elina Garanca discusses her career and her performances in “Carmen” at the Metropolitan Opera. She debuted in “Carmen” to spectacular reviews last year. Her new CD of gypsy-inspired music is titled “Habanera.” She's performing at the Met November 20, 24, 30 at 8:00 pm; November 27 at 1:00 pm; and December 4 at 8:30 pm.

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Elina Garanca
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Kenneth Bennett Lane, Lake Hiawatha, NJ from www.WagnerOpera.com

ELENA GARANCA is that rare artist that actually improves her performances, performance to performance. Besides that sultry beauty, she commands a formidable acting and singing technique
which she employs to communicate with intelligence and a keen perception of characterization that never loses credibility. She IS a major superstar. Long may she continue to excite audiences with her talent. Kudos to her !!! Do not miss her "Met" performances this week and next week if you can manage to attend !
Kenneth Bennett Lane, Wagnerian heldentenor, opera composer: "Shakespeare" & "The Political Shakespeare," & director, the Richard Wagner Music Drama Institute.
Website: WagnerOpera.com, where one may download 37 complete selections, "LIVE from Carnegie Hall," FREE, from my 3 solo concerts there, each about 3 hours long, and my Joint Recital, with a dramatic soprano there, in the main hall, the Isaac Stern Auditorium of Carnegie Hall, by opening "Recorded Selections" on the home page.

Nov. 17 2010 10:04 PM

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