The Sound Bath’s objective is to talk about, and listen to music, with particular emphasis on the human vocal instrument, in an informative, educational and questioning manner.
Angelina Kalahari, operatic soprano, performer, teacher, writer.
Photo by John Killingback
If you’d like to hear what Angelina sounds like, here are three arias:
Vissi d’arte from Tosca by Puccini
O mio babbino caro from Gianni Schicchi by Puccini
Rusalka’s song to the Moon from Rusalka by Dvorak
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The Sound Bath programmes are available here and on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/thesoundbath
The Sound Bath programmes are recorded ’live’ – meaning not in a studio, and as Skype is often used to interview guests, you might experience some ambient noises and ‘echoey’ quality to the recordings. Please be so kind as to ignore those and instead, enjoy the content of the programmes.
Please remember that it is illegal to download music from here or from YouTube. It is better to support the artists by buying their music in stores or on Amazon or iTunes – that way we ensure they’ll be able to continue to make music for us in the future!
A little something about the next programmes:
In March it will be one year since Adam Lambert last performed in Helsinki, a show which I attended. Next month, I will be presenting a programme to commemorate that show, including comments from several of his fans who also attended.
Many of Adam Lambert’s fans have been in touch to ask for a programme dedicated to his voice, that I’ve finally given in. During a future Sound Bath programme, therefore, I will endeavour to look more closely at what makes his voice such an astonishingly extraordinary instrument.
Please get in touch with your comments or any questions you might like to put to Angelina.