Requiem for a Resurrection
Click on the photograph below to read my follow up article for The Opera Stage about my experience with vocal cord damage and my therapy journey. Enjoy! Please comment below if you have any questions or feedback, or send me an email for a personal enquiry regarding my therapist or doctor's details!
The Alchemy of Authenticity & Jeff Buckley's Dido Lament
Having a bit of time out from singing myself, as my voice recovers, I discover an interpretation of one of the central arias of my favourite Baroque operas 'Dido and Aeneas'. The tragic aria 'Dido's Lament' is sung by the queen as she realises death is the only solution to her broken heart. Aeneas decided to leave her to fulfil his own needs, to go to war, although he returns, she rejects him for leaving her and dies. The reason I am sharing it, is because it left me deeply t
Paintings Gallery - January 2017 works
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The Opera Singer that Died
This article is the first excerpt from my experiences with vocal damage, vocal nodules and the healing process involved