Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Cheryl la greca!

EXCLUSIVELY AT PARSIFAL'S

Cheryl Studer will be in Thessaloniki from the 17th to the 23d of March 2008 where she will give masterclasses at the National Archaeological Museum.

Cheryl is visiting Greece very often over the last few years as her amouuuur is Greek....

The first time i saw them together was-i think- in a Jessye Norman recital at the Odeon Of Herodes Atticus some 5 years ago. The recital was disastrous and Jessye didn't let her fans in for autographs etc etc but, at least, while backstage i met Cheryl and her fiancé who were both lovely, kind and warm hearted (au contraire to what miss Norman was).

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Would you know if Cheryl is to regale the city of Thessaloniki with one of her deliciously lengthy recitals, too?

Parsifal said...

I didnt have any kind of info regarding a Studer recital....do you happen to know more?

Anonymous said...

I don't know. But it would not surprise me if she were to give a recital in tandem with her masterclasses, as she often does.

Anonymous said...

Any word about these masterclasses? And did Cheryl sing?

Parsifal said...

Mmmmm, no, heard nothing....

malibran said...

tragudise, pos... tragudise!! ena mono tragudaki Strauss, alla poli poli orea!


;-)

Anonymous said...

I'd appreciate a translation into English of what "malibran" wrote, please.

Parsifal said...

Malibran said:she sang! just a Strauss lieder but it was beatiful.

Anonymous said...

Ok, thank you very much. Malibran, which Richard Strauss Lied did she sing? Do you have a recording?

malibran said...

it was "wie einst im Mai" (i thing this is the title).i will become a dvd but i don´t know when. if you wish i can give it then to parsifal.

Anonymous said...

Yes please and thank you. Parsifal, when you get it can you please make it visible or audible either on your blogsite or on YouTube? Thank you again!

Anonymous said...

Oh hi again. I think "wie einst im Mai" is not a R Strauss Lied but a line from his "Allerseelen". Corrrect?

malibran said...

perhaps. i was not so sure!