Category Archive: Opera mice notes

Everything Is Better With Mice: #49

Wow. Looks like I didn’t ruin any works of art for a year! Well, today I am at it again, and moreover, with the present for the same person who was the recipient of the last ruined artwork.

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Crushing Mice: Leonora, #32

This weekend, at “Don Carlo” by Washington Nationa Opera, Leonora found it very hard to focus when both of her voice crushes were singing in the same scene.

Crushing Mice: Leonora, #31

Spontaneity, Leonora-style

Crushing Mice: Leonora, #30

Leonora is going to the concert with three principal singers from this season’s production of “Die Walküre” at the Lyric Opera of Chicago tonight. Her main voice crush will be there. Somebody is very, very excited.

Crushing Mice: Leonora, #29

The good news is there is so much opera happening in Chicago this October. The bad news is there is SO MUCH opera happening in Chicago this October. Though this bad news is still quite good.

Crushing Mice: Leonora, #28

Rodents usually hibernate. Leonora, on the other hand, aestivates, because there is no point in not hibernating in summer, during the opera off-season.

Everything Is Better With Mice: #48

Next in my row of ruined artworks is something especially dear to my heart: an illustration to Wagner’s Ring Cycle by Arthur Rackham.

Crushing Mice: Leonora, #27

New tenor crush? Yes-yes.

Crushing Mice: Leonora, #26

Escapism as it is

Department Talks and Readings: K.Mouse’s Practice Job Talk

Since I clearly couldn’t make mice notes of my own job talk, here are some highlights