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HAPPY 55TH BIRTHDAY, DMITRI HVOROSTOVSY!!!!!!!!!!

I am very, very, very happy to celebrate today…. the Birthday of one of the most beloved, most admired, most respected Opera artists of our golden age era of Opera…… I am super happy to announce that today, October 16, … Continue reading

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VIVA VERDI!!!!!!!!

VIVA VERDI!!!!! Today, October 10, is a very special Birthday anniversary, because is the birthday anniversary of one of my personal heroes, of one of the giants of the history of Opera….. Giuseppe Verdi!!!! On this day, back in the … Continue reading

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The Anniversary of Bellas Artes!

This day, September 29, as an Opera, classical music and ballet and museum lover is very, very special for me, because on this day, September 29 but back in 1934, the Palace of Fine Arts (Bellas Artes) in Mexico City … Continue reading

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Happy Anniversary, Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, the father of Don Quijote!

“El que lee mucho y anda mucho, ve mucho y sabe mucho.” Don Quijote de la Mancha…. Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. (“Who reads much and walks much, sees much and knows much”) Because Spanish is my first language and Spanish … Continue reading

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Five Years without Ernesto de la Peña,

e quel savio gentil, che tutto seppe – Inferno, Canto VII (The Divine Comedy) This is my first post since July.  I want to remember with love to  Mexican erudite Ernesto de la Peña, because today, September 10, is his … Continue reading

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Feliz Cumpleaños, Happy Birthday, Eduardo Lizalde!

“The tiger is a fascinating figure from biblical times to the current stage and I do not think that there is a writer who has not ever mentioned the tiger. The Tiger is the image of the death, destruction, and … Continue reading

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Celebrating Pablo Neruda!

“Sólo con una ardiente paciencia conquistaremos la espléndida ciudad que dará luz, justicia y dignidad a todos los hombres. Así la poesía no habrá cantado en vano” Pablo Neruda (“Only with a burning patience will conquer the splendid City which … Continue reading

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