Synonyms for musetta or Related words with musetta

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Examples of "musetta"
Musetta Vander (born Musetta van der Merwe; 26 May 1963) is a South African actress and model who is best known for her roles in science fiction and fantasy films.
She returned to the Met in 2010 as Musetta in La Boheme.
Musetta first notable role was as Zander Tyler in the action-adventure TV series "Super Force".
A music video was produced to promote the single. Actress Musetta Vander is featured in it.
Gioachino Rossini. In March she appeared in her first true role in America, performing the part of "Musetta". The Metropolitan
The friends are presented with their bill. Schaunard's purse has gone missing and no one else has enough money to pay. The sly Musetta has the entire bill charged to Alcindoro. The sound of a military band is heard, and the friends leave. Alcindoro returns with the repaired shoe seeking Musetta. The waiter hands him the bill and, dumbfounded, Alcindoro sinks into a chair.
As the men and Mimì dine at the cafe, Musetta, formerly Marcello's sweetheart, arrives with her rich (and elderly) government minister admirer, Alcindoro, whom she is tormenting. It is clear she has tired of him. To the delight of the Parisians and the embarrassment of her patron, she sings a risqué song (Musetta's waltz: "Quando me'n vo'" – "When I go along"), hoping to reclaim Marcello's attention. The ploy works; at the same time, Mimì recognizes that Musetta truly loves Marcello. To be rid of Alcindoro for a bit, Musetta pretends to be suffering from a tight shoe and sends him to the shoemaker to get her shoe mended. Alcindoro leaves, and Musetta and Marcello fall rapturously into each other's arms.
She studied with her mother, Elisabeth Hallstein, and debuted at the opera house in Passau/Germany in 1957 as Musetta in Puccini's "La bohème".
Beginning in 1923, now billed as Louise Hunter, she appeared with the De Feo Opera Company singing Musetta in La bohème, Nedda in Pagliacci and Micaela in Carmen.
The world première performance of "La bohème" took place in Turin on 1 February 1896 at the Teatro Regio and was conducted by the young Arturo Toscanini. The initial response of the audience at the first performance was subdued and critical responses were polarized. Despite this varied introductory response, the opera quickly became popular throughout Italy and productions were soon mounted by the following companies: The Teatro di San Carlo (14 March 1896, with Elisa Petri as Musetta and Antonio Magini-Coletti as Marcello); The Teatro Comunale di Bologna (4 November 1896, with Amelia Sedelmayer as Musetta and Umberto Beduschi as Rodolfo); The Teatro Costanzi (17 November 1896, with Maria Stuarda Savelli as Mimì, Enrico Giannini-Grifoni as Rodolfo, and Maurizio Bensaude as Marcello); La Scala (15 March 1897, with Angelica Pandolfini as Mimì, Camilla Pasini as Musetta, Fernando De Lucia as Rodolfo, and Edoardo Camera as Marcello); La Fenice (26 December 1897, with Emilia Merolla as Mimì, Maria Martelli as Musetta, Giovanni Apostolu and Franco Mannucci as Rodolfo, and Ferruccio Corradetti as Marcello); Teatro Regio di Parma (29 January 1898, with Solomiya Krushelnytska as Mimì, Lina Cassandro as Musetta, Pietro Ferrari as Rodolfo, and Pietro Giacomello as Marcello); Paris Opera (13 June 1898); and the Teatro Donizetti di Bergamo (21 August 1898, with Emilia Corsi as Mimì, Annita Barone as Musetta, Giovanni Apostolu as Rodolfo, and Giovanni Roussel as Marcello).
Musetta suddenly appears; Mimì, who took up with a wealthy viscount after leaving Rodolfo in the spring, has left her patron. Musetta found her that day in the street, severely weakened by her illness, and Mimì begged Musetta to bring her to Rodolfo. Mimì, haggard and pale, is assisted onto a bed. Briefly, she feels as though she is recovering. Musetta and Marcello leave to sell Musetta's earrings in order to buy medicine, and Colline leaves to pawn his overcoat ("Vecchia zimarra" – "Old coat"). Schaunard leaves with Colline to give Mimì and Rodolfo some time together. Mimì tells Rodolfo that her love for him is her whole life (aria/duet, Mimì and Rodolfo: "Sono andati?" – "Have they gone?").
Other roles at Covent Garden in subsequent seasons included Musetta in "La bohème"; Giulietta in "The Tales of Hoffmann"; Liu in "Turandot"; Flora in "La traviata"; Butterfly in "Madama Butterfly"; and the title role in the 1963 production of "Tosca". In May 1960 her role of Musetta was described by Evan Senior as "the most astonishing and effective playing and full-voiced singing of the role I have ever heard or seen".
In the 2009-2010 season she portrayed Musetta in "La bohème" at the Portland Opera, Clara in "Porgy and Bess" at the Washington National Opera, and Donna Elvira in "Don Giovanni" with Opera Cleveland.
She appeared in a filmed version of Puccini's "La Bohème" as Musetta for Deutsche Grammophon, alongside Anna Netrebko and Rolando Villazón with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Bertrand de Billy. The film debuted on PBS in December 2009.
In 2000, Musetta played a seductive Siren in the critically acclaimed "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" directed by the Coen brothers. The same year, she had a role in "The Cell" alongside Jennifer Lopez and Vince Vaughn.
Fenn joined the roster of principal sopranos at the Metropolitan Opera in 1953, making her debut with the company on November 11 of that year as Musetta to the Mimì of Hilde Güden,
Her repertoire includes: Lucia in Lucia di Lammermoor; Musetta in La bohème; and Fiordiligi and Dorabella's "Scena e Duetto" from act II of Così fan tutte. She is currently studying Rigoletto, L'elisir d'amore, Don Pasquale and Don Giovanni.
Other roles include the First Lady ("Die Zauberflöte"); Anna ("Nabucco"); Musetta ("La bohème"); Echo ("Ariadne auf Naxos"); Tytania ("A Midsummer Night's Dream"); Elizabeth I of England ("Roberto Devereux") for Welsh National Opera in October/November 2013
Under the Hula Moon is an action comedy film from 1995 directed by Jeff Celentano. It features the talents of Stephen Baldwin, Emily Lloyd, Chris Penn, and Musetta Vander.
In 1942, she was invited to sing with the Vienna State Opera, where her roles included Konstanze in Mozart's "Die Entführung aus dem Serail", Musetta and later Mimì in Puccini's "La bohème" and Violetta in Verdi's" La traviata".