D.I.V.A. a Unique Presentation of Opera

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by Jane Rosenstein

A unique presentation of  six works from famous operas,  D.I.V.A., produced by Manon Savary  is playing at Théâtre Montparnasse in Paris.  Those not familiar with opera, those who find opera boring and those who do not like opera are sure to like the way the five singers dressed in lavish, ornate customs present the operas in a unique way. Their costumes, gestures and magnificent voices make this performance very enjoyable. The works are from the operas of Mozart, Bizet, Puccini and Offenback.

It is the enthusiasm and talented voices combined with the quartet of string instruments that make the show interesting and enjoyable. There is never a dull moment.

The singers are:

  • Flore Philis –  soprano
  • Marie Menand – mezzo soprano
  • Alexandra Hewson- soprano
  • Jazmin Black Grollemund – soprano
  • Audrey Kessedjian – mezzo soprano

The musicians who played with enthusiasm are:

  • Hughes Borsarello  – 1st violin
  • Alice Bourlier – 2nd violin
  • Benachir Boukhatem – alto
  • Barbara Le Liepvre-  cello

D.I.V.A. is an enjoyable presentation that is very entertaining.

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Jane Rosenstein

Jane Rosenstein comes from U.S.A. and lived in many U. S. cities including Atlanta, GA. She received a B.S. degree in mathematics from University of Pittsburgh and a M.B.A. degree from Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA.

She is a professional translator/interpretator and is the business owner of The International Connection which does international marketing consultation including sales of wine and interpretation and translation. She enjoys the cultural life that living in Paris offers and has talents in organizing events. She speaks English, French and Spanish.

Didier Lambert born in Bordeaux is a political activist and semi-professional cart racer. Didier is a Veterans Today correspondent and photojournalist working in Europe, Africa and the Far East. Didier served in the French Army as combat engineer.

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