Tuesday, January 27, 2009

My turn: Yes "I" did!

A MYRIAD of things to divulge about the last week of my life - the overwhelming week - but no time just yet. I am waiting for the "luxury" of an uninterrupted (touch wood or iron, please) plane flight in a few days to collect my thoughts and memories, but in the meantime - a few choice images (somebody pinch me!) from the past few days:


Mei said...

Looking forward for your transatlantic update...

I guess you have a lot to explain to us...

Leah said...

OMG how exciting!! Can't wait to read all about it :)

p.s...I absolutely LOVE your shirt!

Kenderina said...

Just looking at the photographs you really had a great time :)

I'm looking forward to your "thoughts and memories" !!

Operafan said...

Wow... Let me guess... James Levine, Marylin Horne and Thomas Quasthoff?? AND Joyce DiDonato?? Can't wait for your long long update!! Take care!

Erin said...

Can't wait for the update. Looks like you had a fabulous week!

Suzanne said...

I would seriously be speechless! I can't wait for all the details!

Susan said...

I've missed your regular updates! And now this teaser! Can't wait to read the details.

Coloraturaaah said...

Looks like it was an amazing time! Safe continued travels from one wandering singer to another :)

Pablo Ordás said...

it's great to see you there with Marilyn Horne. Now I want to see you back in Spain soon, after my last time in Barcelona when I saw you singing La Cenerentola with Florez.
Congratulations, and enjoy your success.
Let us know!

Mei said...


France Musique

Samedi 7 Février 2009

Soirée lyrique par Jérémie Rousseau

20:00 - Opéra

En direct du Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, et en simultané avec l'Union européenne de radios

Hector Berlioz
Béatrice et Bénédict
Opéra en deux actes sur un livret du compositeur d'après la pièce de Shakespeare "Much Ado about Nothing"

Joyce DiDonato : Béatrice
Charles Workman : Bénédict
Elodie Méchain : Ursule
Jean-Francois Lapointe : Claudio
Nicolas Cavallier : Don Pedro
Jean-Philippe Lafont : Somarone
Christophe Fel : Leonato, un messager, un tabellion
Choeur de Radio France, direction Matthias Brauer
Orchestre National de France
Direction : Sir Colin Davis

Sarah said...

You were a great host for the HD cinecast! I actually learned something, instead of it being too "kissy kissy" (which it often is). Your dress looked really fun too. I hope you will be hosting more broadcasts (when you are in New York . . . .) Speaking of that, I'm so happy to see that you will be Stateside more in the 2009-2010 season - sorry, fans in Europe!