I figureed with Yom Kippur next week I would be safe with this one, even though it features Wagner's infamous and overused aria.
Added by Brent Brooks on September 28, 2008 at 5:00am —
Janna and I have taken a couple of canvas' and some signed and numbered giclees to the Yosemite Art and Flute Festival this weekend. Day One was hot, and I'm not sure any of the vendors sold anything, but everyone is optimistic that Saturday and Sunday will be better.
If you get a chance, please drop by and say Hi.
Added by Lyndon Arledge on September 26, 2008 at 7:31pm —
October, 17 2008 at 8:00
3673 N First St., Fresno, California 93726
Cost : Free
Playing with The Silent Comedy
Reggie Ginn is a solo keyboard/lyricist from Sacramento performing original songs of heartache, intensity, longing, and unrequited love. Hear her wonderful voice at: www.myspace/reggieginn
Added by Reggie Ginn on September 24, 2008 at 7:24pm —
Harlan Ranch is having their second annual Fall Harvest on November 8th. This is an outdoor festival type event will run from 11:00am - 3:00pm. I am opening this event to all of you, to come and share your work, sell your work, etc. I have booth spots avaliable, but, becuase we are so new and budget.... well ha-ha in this economy what is a budget anyway? I do not have tables yet, so you will have to bring your own. But other than that, I welcome all of you to come join! Please RSVP no later… Continue
Added by Travis Hauert on September 23, 2008 at 12:55pm —
From: Lucia di lammermoor
Act III scene 1, Il dolce suono ("The Sweet Sound") aka "The Mad Scene"
Composed by: Gaetano Donizetti
Lucia descends into madness, and on her first wedding night, while the festivities are still being held in the Great Hall, she stabs her new husband, Arturo in the bridal chamber. Dishevelled, unaware of what she has done, she wanders in the Great Hall, recalling her meetings with Edgardo and imagining… Continue
Added by Brent Brooks on September 21, 2008 at 5:39am —
This is number 4 of my series of small dogs and women celebrating the ethnic diversity of America. The red, white and blue of the skirt and blouse symbolize the American flag, and the sombrero, Chihuahua dog, and the red pepper wreath symbolize the contributions made by Latino Americans. Size: 36 x 24 Media: Acrylic on Canvas Price: $225.00
Added by Gail Daley on September 20, 2008 at 1:35pm —
I am opening an art show this evening, September, 18, 2008 at 5pm. It is a showing of Landscape Paintings. An exciting event, indeed.
Added by Karlene Kay Ryan on September 18, 2008 at 5:25am —
Second Act part 6 (Vissi d´arte)
Composed by: Giacomo Puccini
I lived for my art, I lived for love,
I never did harm to a living soul!
With a secret hand
I relieved as many misfortunes as I knew of.
Always with true faith
rose to the holy shrines.
Always with true faith
I gave flowers to the altar.
In the hour of grief
why, why, o Lord,
why do you reward me thus?
I gave… Continue
Added by Brent Brooks on September 14, 2008 at 5:38am —
This is a lazy blog. I just wanted to post a link to the production blog of my digital, feature length movie Beaten Path
. You can get yourself caught up on all the goings on here
Thanks for your time,
Added by Vince Cosentino on September 10, 2008 at 11:00am —
There are two opera lovers in my home, the larger of my two beagles "Jackson" and myself. i feel in love with opera years ago and found that for me this music is a great day starter. i know many poo poo at opera but in a time when my life seemed devoid of beauty it stood as a reminder that beauty like life is constant, relentless and ever present.
Amina's aria from La Sonnambula
Ah! non credea mirarti
Oh, I didn't believe to see… Continue
Added by Brent Brooks on September 7, 2008 at 8:01am —
I just came across this blog posting
"What do Paris, Toronto, Copenhagen, Madrid, Malta, Montreal, Sao Paulo, Lima, Santa Monica, Chicago, Miami Beach and six cities in the UK have in common? They all host an all night art and cultural festival known as Nuit Blanche (White Night), which lasts from sundown until sunrise on the first Saturday and Sunday in… Continue
Added by Victor Ramayrat on September 6, 2008 at 10:33am —