An interview for two: Jessica Pratt and Carmela Remigio on the eve of Donizetti Opera 2018

Considered heirs of the best Italian Belcanto tradition, Jessica Pratt and Carmela Remigio will be the protagonists of Donizetti's The Castle of Kenilworth at the Donizetti Opera 2018 from November 24th. Exclusively for Operafashion, the two primadonnas confronted each other on fashion, stage costumes, opera heroines and ... their animal friends! Could you describe yourself... Continue Reading →

Un’intervista per due: Jessica Pratt e Carmela Remigio alla vigilia del Donizetti Opera 2018

Giovani e di grande talento, considerate eredi della migliore tradizione belcantistica italiana, Jessica Pratt e Carmela Remigio saranno le protagoniste de Il Castello di Kenilworth di Donizetti in scena al Donizetti Opera 2018 dal 24 novembre. In esclusiva per Operafashion le due primedonne si sono confrontate su moda, costumi di scena, eroine dell'opera e...i loro... Continue Reading →

Operastar, perfumes and suggestions: Elena Mosuc

Exclusively for Operafashion, the Romanian primadonna Elena Mosuc opens the doors of her home and unveils to us her new favorite perfumes. Jean Paul Gaultier, Scandal. Launched in June 2017 in collaboration with PUIG, this fragrance seduces with its chypre-honey mixture. The key notes are blood orange, honey, patchouli and gardenia, which united share a... Continue Reading →

Behind the scenes of “La Traviata” at Luglio Musicale Trapanese: the costume designer Tommaso Lagattolla

One of the most interesting opera productions of summer 2018 has been "La Traviata" by Giuseppe Verdi at Luglio Musicale Trapanese with the unconventional direction of Andrea Cigni. Operafashion has met the set and costume designer who worked on it, Tommaso Lagattolla. He’s an appreciated Italian theatrical creative, teacher of Show Business Costume Design at... Continue Reading →

The masters of costume design. Michael Gianfrancesco at Rossini Opera Festival 2018

On the occasion of the Rossini Opera Festival, Operafashion met Michael Gianfrancesco, costume designer of the new production "Ricciardo e Zoraide" that will open the 2018 edition. Michael Gianfrancesco is a Toronto-based set and costume designer whose work has been seen across Canada in productions of theatre, opera and dance. In 2008, he received the... Continue Reading →

Behind the scenes of “Giulietta e Romeo”at Valle d’Itria Festival: the costume designer Giuseppe Palella

One of the most interesting summer festivals in Italy is the one taking place in Martinafranca: this year its highlight is “Giulietta e Romeo” by N. Vaccaj, an almost forgotten opera which Bellini used as inspiration for his “Capuleti and Montecchi” . Operafashion focuses its attention on Giuseppe Palella, costume designer of this production, highly […]

An unusual interview with Elena Mosuc

Elena Mosuc is considered by international critics among the most expressive and versatile sopranos of Belcanto. She will be Mimì in "La Boheme" at Puccini Festival 2018 in the new production directed by Alfonso Signorini and the conduction of Alberto Veronesi. The Primadonna granted an interview to Operafashion with a lot of music, memories and fashion! What... Continue Reading →

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