Hui He: me, the heroines of the opera and fashion

Born in China but with home in Italy, Hui He 慧和 is one of the most famous performers of Madama Butterfly and Aida: with these and other heroines of the opera she continues to excite the public in the most prestigious theaters in the world. Operafashion met this pleasant artist on the occasion of her…

Karl Lagerfeld’s legacy for the Opera

The fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld, who brought a flagging brand called Chanel back to life in the early 1980s and turned it into one of the most powerful luxury brands in the world, has died on February 19. Famous for his dark sunglasses, snowy ponytail, and black suits, Lagerfeld was prolific, seemingly indefatigable. At the end of…

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…

Anna Netrebko: magic night in Milan and Forli, Italy

Giovanna d’Arco by Giuseppe Verdi was back at Teatro alla Scala in Milan for the first time in 150 years, in a new production to open the season. This first night, “La prima”, is always held on 7 December, feast day of Saint Ambrose, patron saint of the city. For the first time, Riccardo Chailly,…

Anna and her fans – Anna e i fans

“A summer without Anna Netrebko is unthinkable” is the tone of some articles that have appeared in several Salzburg newspapers who are following the opera superstar in the Austrian city. On 12th August, for example, Anna met her fans to sign her latest CD – Verdi – recently published by Deutsche Grammophon. Flawless as usual,…