Tag: Rigoletto

Enrico Caruso: Great Italian Tenor With the "Orchid-lined Voice"

Born today Enrico Caruso Great tenors like him there have been just few so. La Donna e Mobile was one of his staples. Once being booed he stopped singing in Naples. “It was in 1901, the year of his greatest success at La Scala, when Caruso suffered his cruelest blow.  The audience he most wanted... Read more »

Giuseppe Verdi: CSO Performs His Requiem Tonight To Commemorate His Bicentennial

Born today: Giuseppe Verdi; In English he would be ‘Joe Green’. The opera buffs who you’d call nerdy ID  his arias act and scene. “The CSO will carry the (Riccardo) Muti-led Requiem on its website and also on its Facebook page. The public may also “attend” the concert at the Tribune website as well as at... Read more »