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Whatever the difficulties, critics are raving about Netrebko and her co-stars: tenor Yonghoon Lee, baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky and mezzo Dolora Zajick.
Leah Crocetto, as Madame Lidoine, has a fine voice, but it sounded hectic in a role that should soothe and salve; and Dolora Zajick, in her first forays as Madame de Croissy, seemed not fully settled into hers, with a notable memory lapse at the Sunday matinee (Mar.
Star conductor Yannick Nezet-Seguin leads a cast that also includes Piotr Beczala as the handsome Prince whom Rusalka yearns to love; Dolora Zajick as the cackling swamp witch JeE3/4ibaba; Emily Magee as the Foreign Princess, Rusalka's rival; and John Relye a as Rusalka's father, the Water Sprite.
At the Teatro Real, in the presence of the Queen Of Spain, a host of international stars, including Bryn Terfel, Dolora Zajick and Ren Pape, performed in his honour, singing music by Verdi, Wagner, Mozart and Puccini, among others.
At the Teatro Real, in the presence of Sofa, Queen of Spain, a host of international stars, including Bryn Terfel, Dolora Zajick and Ren Pape, performed in his honour, singing music by Verdi, Wagner, Mozart and Puccini, among others.
Violeta Urmana sings the title role, while Dolora Zajick returns in one of her most acclaimed portrayals as the Egyptian princess Amneris.
To her credit, the cherishable mezzo-soprano Dolora Zajick let loose as the scheming Princess Eboli.
Grandmother Dolora Castillo now has an outside toilet, something previously unheard of in her small banana-growing community in the Dominican Republic.
Replacing an ailing Dolora Zajick whose notices in the role had been near raves, Dever was robust and characterful in the macabre "Stride la vampa
Dolora Cunningham argues that the improbable changes one encounters are accompanied by the playwright's invitation to "let wonder seem familiar," to accept the possibility of conversion rather than "to live life only on one's own terms" [Cunningham, "Wonder and Love in the Romantic Comedies," Shakespeare Quarterly 35, no.
Dolora Zajick reprises her interpretation of Azucena, the gypsy fixated on past crimes and vengeance.
Piotr Beczala was a handsome, sweet-toned Prince, and Dolora Zajick once again a delightfully droll Jezibaba.