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MIMI

multifactorial intramural myocardial infarction.
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La Boheme was also screened at the Cineworld cinema.
And when the beautiful seamstress Mimi was seriously ill, a bed had to be made for her on four tea chest lookalikes, so while La Boheme is considered the ideal 'first opera',' any newcomers might be confused, though the snow scene worked well.
In contrast to the manicured perfection of the many newer Italian restaurants in the city centre, La Boheme offers something less polished but it has much charm and the care that went into the dishes means there is much to commend it.
The powerful and emotional La Boheme is the tragic tale of hopeless romance between the doomed, consumptive Mimi and penniless writer Rodolfo.
La Boheme is typical Puccini, closely focused on contemporaries of the composer at a time not too distant from us.
The celebrated Chisinau National Opera and Philharmonic Orchestra, with international guest soloists, visit Sunderland Empire tonight with La Boheme and tomorrow with Aida.
La Boheme tells the tragic love story of Rodolfo, a poor Parisian poet, and Mimi, a struggling seamstress who is dying of tuberculosis, and their Bohemian friends and acquaintances who find joy in simple things despite struggling to survive.
La Boheme did, however, start as a smaller model, with the new production anchored in an elegant but cold pre-First World War Paris - Mimi's apartment dominated by a large window and with images of cityscapes, night skies and snow projected on to its gauze walls while there's an authentic version of the real Cafe Momus in the second act.
WHEN Welsh National Opera chorus member Michael Clifton-Thompson auditioned for the role of Parpignol in the company's latest production of Puccini's La Boheme, he had no idea what he was letting himself in for.
He plays toy maker Parpignol in the company's production of Puccini's La boheme at Llandudno.
Wales on Sunday 3 June 2012 with Karen Price ANNABEL'S WNO DEBUT * AFTER staging a revival of Tristan And Isolde, Welsh National Opera is now treating audiences to a new production of Puccini's masterpiece, La boheme.
Madama Butterfly and La Boheme both took 18 months to bring to stage, and Russian designer Nadezhda Shvets was praised for the gorgeous sets and the pounds 25,000-worth of silk gowns, including antique wedding kimonos from Japan, described as ravishingly beautiful.