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Synonyms for opera

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The house opposite has been taken by operatic people.
Programs by the Innes Band were described in 1896 as "a mix of classical music, operatic selections, marches, songs and lighter classics" (p.
The participating actors and musicians offered a representation of Kuwait's milestone historical events in a theatrical, operatic performance on stage.
They are established, successful solo operatic and concert performers but in 2009 joined forces as a trio, with a programme comprising operatic classics, medleys from musical theatre, traditional Welsh songs and hymns.
She also appeared over the years with groups including The Sophisticats concert party, Marsden Church Operatic Society, Huddersfield Light Opera Company and the Huddersfield Amateur Operatic Society.
Giuseppe, who has also enrolled in classes with English operatic baritone Sir Thomas Allen and Welsh operatic tenor and recordA[degrees] ing artist Dennis O'Neill, has signed a contract with Melody Music Centre in Muscat to teach opera singing to local students, a press release said.
DAMASCUS,(SANA)- Joseph Tartrian Band has performed a concert accompanied by an operatic singing dubbed "I Sing to My Mother Syria" on the Drama Stage at the Syrian Opera House attended by Minister of Culture, Dr.
Middlesbrough Amateur Operatic Society will be stepping out in the much-loved Anything Goes from Monday until Saturday, November 10.
SPLOTT Amateur Operatic Society will be performing Curtains, a musical by John Kander and Fred Ebb, the creators of Cabaret and Chicago for the first time in Wales in the autumn half-term.
Actor Steve Arnott, pictured, recently accepted the title of president of the Whitley Bay Operatic Society.
MY WIFE and I were visiting the West Midlands from Wales and were privileged to see the West Bromwich Operatic Society's production of The Producers at the New Alexander Theatre in Birmingham.
JENEFER Baker has lots of experience to draw on for her role as flower girl Eliza Doolittle in Chester Operatic Society's My Fair Lady.
Laura Tindall, from the West End Operatic Society, which is staging the show, said: "The guys had a great time, and the shoppers have had an experience they'll never forget.
BENTLEY Operatic Society pays a visit to The Brindley at Runcorn next month with Franz Lehar's operetta The Merry Widow.
Clinton's life is very operatic, over the top, the perfect operatic vision," The New York Daily News quoted musician Bonnie Montgomery as telling U.