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Seventeen Famous Operas
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Dustin Lance Black. Plus, duh! Katarina Dalayman is brash, bold and hot, all the more captivating just now because alas poor Rusalka has traded her voice for her new earthly needs, a pair of legs, to name one of them. As the Prince, tenor Brandon Jovanovich was impressive, winning both in voice and virility. The music says he must ardently take his Rusalka in his arms, which he does, sweeping her off her feet. Jovanovich sings with heartfelt sincerity. Owens is always pleasing vocally.
Mesmerizingly so, actually. It is remarkable music, to be sure, and the Met Orchestra plays it so well. Unlike the Schneider-Siemssen Rusalka , the sets this time around are not strictly literal, but rather suggestive. Yet they convey each setting colorfully and emotionally.