Discover how the English National Opera has addressed Long COVID and the accompanying breathing and anxiety problems many people face through their ENO Breathe program.
For my generation, arts education was still very much so a requirement in most if not all school systems. Upon entering the classroom, you knew that that room, however small or large it may be, was an artistic and magical place. It was a fairly common feeling in every school I have attended. Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms at one point were thought of as brothers in my mind; they were usually mentioned together. Schubert, Schumann, and Strauss were spoken in the same if not higher esteem during my tenure as a student.
I attended my first opera at The Met, The Barber of Seville, with my grandparents when I was
eight years old. For the ensuing decade, my grandfather’s tutelage nourished my nascent love of
opera. In high school, my decision to see Janáček’s Jenůfa created an unexpected schism
between my grandfather and me in our operatic appreciation, as he did not know much about
he pandemic brought about many innovations in opera, and Experiments in Opera (EiO) was especially poised to respond creatively. The company commissions new operas that are adventurous, funny, and collaborative
CS Music loves to spotlight high school programs, especially when they are as inspiring as the group at Los Angeles County High School for the Arts. Suzanna Guzman is the
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