"I'm with David. If you sing Mozart - sing Flute. All your suggested adjustments are good ones - as long as the C's are totally reliable. Tender Land is a refreshing addition! Although the Faust is a wonderful aria,…"
"Your "something Italian" really is the big question. Caro Nome might be a nice choice - although the role might be a little hefty...or Nanetta - not only because they are Italian, but both are a distinctly different personality than…"
I think all your rep choices seem to be very consistent with what you do. Let it be known that NO ONE ever wants to hear Chacun le sait...EVER. Take a look at Il faut partir instead - it's a lovely little aria and not…"
"Well - if the voice is really Wagnerian...the Donna Anna and the Czardas will be out with the bathwater. Tosca and Turandot are of course the big girls of the Puccini rep...but one could also offer La Mamma morta, Voi lo sapete or even Laggiu…"
"I've always found Glitter a GREAT competition aria - that's where it's best...cause is not too long for a competition. I personally would rather put out my eye with a poker than hear Adele's audition aria. Maybe one…"
"I haven't heard you since you don't supply a recording...but my first question would be...if you can sing Trovatore, why would you offer Countess as your Mozart and not Donna Elvira or Donna Anna?? Further if you really belong in…"
"Hi Kelli -
Judging by your clips...I would say your are firmly in lyric coloratura land. It is my opinion that Rondine and Faust are too heavy for you. Therefore your list is excellent. I would leave Konstanze alone, and add…"
I couldn't hear your recording...so I'll start with a couple of general comments.
You've got some mixed fach stuff going on here...and although that's not impossible if one of the fachs shows where you're…"
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