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Fritz Wunderlich’s Greatest German Recordings
There is perhaps no tenor more lauded for his interpretation in the German repertoire than Fritz Wunderlich. The German tenor worked mostly in his home country until his untimely death in 1966. American audiences were robbed of his Metropolitan Opera debut, and there is surely a hole missing where his growth as an artist would have been fostered. In honor of what would have been his 87th birthday on Sept. 26,…
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Childhood Dream Come True – The Role Models That Paved the Way For Joel Prieto’s Operatic Journey [Exclusive]
What do Giuseppe Di Stefano, Mirella Freni and Fritz Wunderlich have in common? While the three opera stars never collaborated, they had a massive impact of Joel Prieto’s formative years. The tenor recently told OperaWire, in an exclusive interview, about how these three icons of opera transformed his life completely and still do in many ways. Early Turning Points It all started in the late 1980’s when the Puerto Rican-Spanish…
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10 Albums To Listen To During the Holidays & Christmas From The World’s Best Opera Singers
It’s holiday season and that calls for holiday music. But why settle for listening to your favorite tunes with any old voices when you can have some of finest in history to take you through the merry times. Here is a look at some of the best holiday albums from the world’s greatest opera singers. The Three Tenors -  Christmas Undeniably the most popular ensemble in opera history, this is…