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What’s an Opera?

opera singingOpera is complex for those who perform it, but also for those who listen to it. It takes more time, more patience and more spirit of sacrifice. All this is well worth it because opera offers such deep sensations that they will remain in a heart for a lifetime, this a quote expressed by the well-known Andrea Bocelli.

As the flamboyant architecture of opera houses is meant to match the drama of the performances they hold, every curtain call becomes touching. These places, many of which are hundreds of years old, put persons in a state of awe even before every show even starts. An opera begins long before the curtain goes up and ends long after it has come down. It starts in every writers’ imagination, it becomes the life of the performers, and it stays part of the lives of the people.

Opera Watch helps theatrical courtesan or individuals to discover and touch the fascinating world the art of Opera these days.



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** ONLY TO BE USED BY STORIES ABOUT THE WAGNER WEEKS IN BERLIN** In this picture taken Nov. 30  2008 shows Nadja Michael in the role of Venus/Elisabeth  a scene of the opera ' 'Tannhaeuser'  by Richard Wagner at the Deutsche Opera of Berlin, Germany. Currently the Deutsche Opera of Berlin celebrates the so called Wagner weeks with six works of the composer  till Feb. 21, 2010. (AP PhotoMatthias Horn/Deutsche Opera Berlin) ** MANDATORY CREDIT**

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