My voice impression of Hiei from YuYu Hakusho. #funimationnow #nowvoicethis
Mademoiselle Hanna-Elisabeth Müller heralds her return to the Met as one of her signature roles, Pamina, in an abridged English-language version of Mozart's last opera intended for families and audiences of all ages. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
After four years, I encounter Madame Barbara Leifer and the Diplomatic Choir of Berlin stepping up once again to the podium to perform some holiday classics. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
This was an extravagant Christmas concert headed by a classical crossover soprano, who was known to the world for creating an iconic musical heroine from one of Andrew Lloyd Webber's most popular works of all time, a cavalcade of gentlemen known for singing such mystical music, and a veritable cavalcade of classical crossover artists, including two dashing tenors, a lovely young countertenor, and a teenage harpist. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
Fifty years on stage is certainly a milestone for this lyric-dramatic coloratura soprano, who worked her way up all throughout the years. From starting out in some major roles at a young age to her sheer determination in her Vienna State Opera House years to her journeys with Mozart and later Bel Canto to also being claimed one of the Queens of Bel Canto. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
My Tchaikovsky Ballet weekend comes to a close with this marvelous fairy tale classic about a young princess found in the woods after piercing her delicate finger on a spindle. It is up to her darling prince to save her with Love's first kiss. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
Now's the time for Festive euphoria and marvel with a Holiday ballet classic as hosted by the Corps de Ballet of the Russian National Ballet. I am of course talking about the astounding Christmas classic that is, Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
Let us all take a trip to the mystical Swan Lake, where we meet the dashing Prince Siegfried, the fair Princess Odette, and the wicked sorcerer, Rothbart, headed by the Russian National Ballet in Berlin. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
This was Maestro Dmitri Hvorostovsky's final hurrah in the recording studio as the iconic hunchbacked jester, Rigoletto. Accompanying him on one of his final journeys were some absolutely astounding superstars who made this particular ride a fulfilling one. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
Guess who just reached the 500 subscriber mark? Yes, at this point I am not only euphoric but also utterly blessed. I would love to thank my awesome artist friends, Katelyn Jewel and Ross Gerson, for the awesome work they did for my channel avatar and banner respectively, all of my great reviewer, singer, actor, voice actor, entertainer, and artist friends, all of my family members, my school colleagues and teachers from past to present, and everyone else who is important in my life. If you wanna support my channel and what I have to offer in terms of content, please do subscribe as you are all invited to my channel. Thanks again and Happy Advent.
With an ever-broadening repertoire putting in opera arias and art songs to the mix, this particular album was certainly a major accomplishment for someone as young, talented, and lovely as Charlotte Church, in her years as a classical singer. Enjoy the review and let me know your opinions as well.
How well does Charlotte Church's very first album, which consists of sacred music pieces, folk songs, and classical songs, including her trademark number Pie Jesu from Andrew Lloyd Webber's Requiem, hold up? Sit back, relax, and find out in this review.
How do these charismatic, elegant, fabulous, and fine gentlemen fare, in the form of basso cantante, Ildar Abdrazakov, and full lyric tenor, Rolando Villazon, in their duets and solo arias? Find out in this review and have a most prosperous Thanksgiving.
I heard the news of Signore Dmitri Hvorostovsky's passing after a long battle with brain cancer and I want to dedicate this now ancient review to his memory. I know that I also stated at the end of this video that it was also dedicated to Justin "JewWario" Carmical, Gerd Albrecht, and Shirley Temple, but given the recent news of Hvorostovsky's transcendence of the flesh, I thought this would suffice. So, Signore Hvorostovsky, may you rest in peace, may your legacy live on through all generations, and may the Lord welcome you to His Kingdom.
Guess what arrived in the mail? That's right. A new Blue Yeti microphone and a pop filter. I want to thank my really good friend, Abel, for this awesome gift and for understanding how much I needed this because I haven't done voiceovers for a long time and I really want to do a lot more not only after school or the fact that I want to do more professional voice acting no matter what company or project but for my personal pride and joy as I wanted to be a voice actor ever since I was in my early teens. However knowing how tough the industry truly is, it might as well be a hobby. My time with voice acting could last, it could not last, it totally depends. On top of that, when listening to some of my older voiceover recordings, the sound was really crappy, so I had to start from scratch and I got myself back in Behind the Voice Actors to audition for more original works, especially cartoons and audio books. So far, I am really happy with the results.
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