Ardent passion, driven by Bizet's "Carmen.
A little bit a history: Opera Carmen is written by French composer Georges Bizet, which was given its first full performance on 3 March 1875 at the Opéra-Comique in Paris. The story is based on the novella of the same title by Prosper Mérimée, which itself derives from the legend of the gypsy Carmen. - Synopsis: Carmen
Bizet's music is very powerful and distinct. You will not forget the simple and beautiful melodies that Bizet uses in his work.
I hope you enjoy my gift collection CARMEN, as well as the music presentation with some great performances that I would like to share with you here.
This musical gem has inspired many other works of art. So as a designer, I too was fascinated by such vibrant and memorable musical themes as Habanera and Toreador's Song. And when I decided to launch a new collection of gifts, for art lovers, I thought that Carmen Bizet would be a good source of inspiration.
We used illustrations by artist Alexandra Brin to create this gift collection CARMEN. Her charming and recognizable characters are influenced by the artist's long and close ties with the Cleveland Ballet. So, her series of drawings "Carmen" is just one of her collections related to the repertoire of the Cleveland Ballet. And MORO DESIGN GIFTS is planning another collection of artistic gifts "MAGIC FLUTE" dedicated to the opera of the same name by Mozart.
- “Habanera” (Anna Caterina Antonacci) - one of the best and sexiest performance of Carmen’s “Habanera,” She is really plays her part as a seductive and eagerly Spanish gypsy girl. Isn't it?
- With this click, you can take a virtual trip to Spain and enjoy the juicy, vibrant and exhilarating image of Carmen, created by
- What do you think about of Barry Kosky’s interpretation of Bizet's masterpiece, staged by The Royal Opera?
Carmen - Habanera (Bizet; Anna Goryachova, The Royal Opera 2018
- Maya Plisetskaya - Ballet Carmen suite - Habanera
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