What have opera stars worn this summer?

Festivals, recitals, concerts then competitions and interviews but also holidays! What were the outfits of the Opera stars in these summer occasions? Here, a general survey.... Attractive and chic Elina Garanca during the concert in Lubijana on June 30. The mezzosoprano wore a sparkling purple one-shoulder gown from Atelier Rosemarie Umetsu. In Salzburg, before her recital on... Continue Reading →

Angela Gheorghiu for Elle Romania

Divissima Angela Gheorghiu interviewed by ELLE Romania, June issue. The soprano wears a Dolce&Gabbana polka dots dress. This tulle dress is splayed with a shimmery hue of polka dot embroideries, and flared with structured volume to emit the perfect Sicilian vibe. Shoes by Casadei. Photo: Gabi Hirit

Pretty Yende: a modern muse – Pretty Yende: una musa contemporanea

No doubt about it: the soprano Pretty Yende is a perfect cover girl!  The monthly magazine "Marie Claire South Africa" published an article about her and other nine women (not only from South Africa) and defined them "muses", because they've distinguished themselves in different fields (medicine, poetry, theatre, dance, singing and politics) and are role... Continue Reading →

Opera News Awards 2014 – part 2

The most anticipated opera award of the season was attended by a long list of celebrities: Renata Scotto, Kristine Opolais, Stephen Costello, Ailyn Perez and many others. Award-winning Nina Stemme, considered by opera fans as the greatest Wagnerian soprano of our age, wore a black chiffon dress and matching jacket with sequin trims.  Al premio... Continue Reading →

Travel diary of a diva: Carmen Giannattasio in Valencia – Diario di viaggio di una diva: Carmen Giannattasio a Valencia

Before returning to Italy and celebrating the new year with a highly anticipated concert at La Fenice Theatre in Venice , Carmen Giannattasio gave two performances of the Requiem by G. Verdi at the Palau des les Arts Reina Sofia in Valencia. Two concerts and two very different – yet impressive – dresses! For the... Continue Reading →

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