Synonyms for escamillo or Related words with escamillo
Examples of "escamillo"
In 2011, Leporello in Deutsche Oper Berlin,
(Carmen / Bizet) in Royal Swedish Opera
Jesse Alonso Chacón
(born 9 November 1965) was a Venezuelan military officer, engineer and politician.
Shortly after Carmen goes up to Escamillo's room, Joe shows up at the reception and gets ambushed by Rum, who in a very underhand way tells him which room and what predicament he can expect to find Carmen and
in. Joe bursts into the room and catches Carmen and
in an embrace. There is a confrontation at the end of which Carmen and
leave the room / TOO LATE FOR LOVE
Micaëla enters with a guide, seeking José and determined to rescue him from Carmen ("Je dis que rien ne m'épouvante"). On hearing a gunshot she hides in fear; it is José, who has fired at an intruder who proves to be
. José's pleasure at meeting the bullfighter turns to anger when
declares his infatuation with Carmen. The pair fight ("Je suis
, toréro de Grenade"), but are interrupted by the returning smugglers and girls ("Holà, holà José"). As
leaves he invites everyone to his next bullfight in Seville. Micaëla is discovered; at first, José will not leave with her despite Carmen's mockery, but he agrees to go when told that his mother is dying. As he departs, vowing he will return,
is heard in the distance, singing the toreador's song.
Meletti began his career in his native city as
, in 1929, later appearing in several small theatres throughout Italy.
Gamrekeli's opera repertoire included thirty opera roles, including Tchaikovsky's "Eugene Onegin", Verdi's "Rigoletto", the roles of Renato and Germont,
from Bizet's "Carmen" and others.
Van Way made his European opera début at the Nuremberg Opera as
in "Carmen". He also appeared as the Don in "Don Giovanni" in Braunschweig.
Notable roles included; Don Giovanni, Valentin, Zurga,
, Golaud, Germont, Renato, Amonasro, Scarpia, Riccardo in "I puritani", opposite Joan Sutherland, Alfonso in "La favorite", Wolfram, Telramund, etc.
After the show, Rum and Carmen talk business. He wants her to accompany
to all his press conferences and receptions and spend time with him privately too.
Krause made his operatic debut in Berlin, as
, in 1959, and quickly gained a reputation in opera and concert throughout Europe and the United States.
“Zachary Gordin's bull-fighter seemed ready for the prom or the homecoming game... Gordin’s
was a heroic performance.” "San Francisco Classical Voice" - Carmen - San Francisco Lyric Opera
Carmen is introduced to the press by
and her first live TV appearance as a solo singer is a huge success / GOOD GOOD LOVIN'
His 2010 engagements included a tour of Italian opera houses (many being debuts) as Jochanaan in "Salome" with Florence's Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, the Arena di Verona as
in "Carmen", Balstrode in "Peter Grimes" with the Teatro Regio di Torino, Jochanaan at Bologna's Teatro Comunale, and
at the Teatro Municipale di Salerno. Doss had also been contracted for a return performance with the Canadian Opera Company in the fall of 2011.
Jacques-Joseph-André Bouhy (18 June 1848 – 24 January 1929) was a Belgian baritone, most famous for being the first to sing the "Toreador Song" in the role of
in the opera "Carmen".
He is an ambassador for the community opera project Blackheath Halls Opera and has performed Marcello La bohème, Belcore L'elisir d'amore,
Carmen and in 2012, Pandolfe in their well received production of Massenet's Cendrillon.
In September 1911, Shuisky debuted as "Priest" in "The Magic Flute". On October 21, 1911, he debuted as Biterolf in "Tannhäuser. On November 18, 1911, he debuted as
His many recordings include: Raimbaud ("Le Comte Ory"),
("Carmen"), Golaud ("Pelléas et Mélisande"), Mizgir ("The Snow Maiden"), Gondremarck ("La Vie parisienne"), Calchas ("La belle Hélène") and Mephistophélès ("La damnation de Faust").
At the Opéra-Comique he also sang Alfio ("Cavalleria rusticana"), Oreste ("Iphigénie en Tauride"), Garrido ("La Navarraise"), the Dutchman ("Flying Dutchman"), Marcel ("La Boheme"), Albert ("Werther"),
("Carmen"), Ourrias ("Mireille") and Zurga ("Les pêcheurs de perles").
He was the son of another leading baritone, Leone Giraldoni, and the soprano and violinist Carolina Ferni. His mother gave him voice lessons and he made his opera debut in Barcelona, as
in "Carmen", in 1891.
Orser starred in the 1990 German skating dance film "Carmen on Ice", alongside his archrival Brian Boitano and Katarina Witt. The film told the story of "Carmen" wordlessly through ice skating; Orser played the part of
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