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I saw the marriage of Figaro because my voice teacher at the time Simone Vigilante  was in it. it was put on in Asheville and it was wonderful. I think it was in 2005.

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Madama Butterfly by Puccini

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  I actually got a bit of a bonus since they showed two one right after the other. The first one was billed as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's "The Impre$ario" and the second was Gian Carlo Menotti's "The Medium".

 When I watched the first one I felt disappointed since of the fact that it started off a bit weird, especially when you consider the oinking pigs. From there even though the program said it was in English it seemed like the auditioning divas were contesting each other in a language other than English.

 But the second one was amazing and that wasn't just since Lauryn was playing a role in it. The voices were dynamite and filled the room, there was the equal amount of passionate feelings, a bit of spooky horror and of course the tragic atmosphere. The best person in my opinion was the guy who played Toby who is a mute since although he didn't say a word throughout the show his part was played so exquisitely that you didn't need him to talk to drive the show.

 Unlike most movies and a few other shows "The Medium" was fast-paced and didn't slack. All the right elements were included to capture the mind while I wouldn't mind seeing another production that is just as captivating as this raw show.

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I had a roomate in university, and opera was her thing. We didn't get along very well, but she was a great preformer. Me and her mom saw one her operas, and it was a good time.

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I saw Carmen at Arena di Verona on my last trip with my concert band and it was truly an experience I'm glad to have been a part of!

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A Bánk Bán az egyik legnépszerűbb opera Magyarországon. Ez egy tinédereknek (pontosoabban középiskolásoknak) szóló előadás volt, a jegyeket is sokkal olcsóbban tudtuk megvenni, 300 Forintért. Mindenkinek azt mondtuk fantasztikus volt, bár néha egyáltalán nem értettük mi van. :D

 It is one of the most popular operas in Hungary, called Bánk Bán. It was a show for teenagers (more precisely for secondary schools), so we could buy (much) cheaper tickets (it cost only 300 Ft, about 1 $). We said it had been awesome; but we didn't understand it sometimes. xd

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Just seen Sour Angelica by Puccini at Oslo Opera House. Fortunately we hade a intro course about the play in advance, without that we would not have understand the play at all. The singing is not my cup of tea. I will probably never go to an Opera one more time. Tried it, did not love it, but you never know untill you try.

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We went to see Lady McBeth!


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I jokingly told my sister to think of me fondly and a few days later she surprised me with tickets to go see Phantom of the Opera! Someone hold me! I can't contain my excitement nflskhfnlweihfewhf!!!!!1!1!!


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I fell asleep about 3/4 through it. She just took soooooooooooo long to commit suicide, ugh. My wife, however, loved it :) This was Giuseppe Verdi’s Il Trovatore (The Troubadour). Reportedly "The grandest of grand operas. Everything to love about an opera: a gypsy burned at the stake, a kidnapped infant, star-crossed lovers, passions, suicide and the stirring Anvil Chorus." 


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I was on the opera Turandot by an Italian composer Giacomo Puccini. It was played in the Amphitheater Lochotín in Pilsen under the open sky. It was gorgeous! The opera singers were so amazing❤

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I've seen Eugene Onegin, Carmen, and the Flying Dutchman. All of them were amazing.

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I saw Don Giovanni in Prague

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 Nabucco by Verdi

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 Carmen (2010) and La Boheme (2011) with French/Choir students in high school.

"If you can do it so can I"

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Saw several with my husband, we were part of the Edmonton Opera explorer's club in our early 20's.

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Went with Adrian Brlectic 5 minutes before showtime to see The Tales of Hoffman performed at Teatro Real


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Tosca in 2011


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Madam Butterfly at the Kennedy Center

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