I have an identity problem. On the one hand I write about the international world of opera, or at least the parts that reach me. On the other I write about music in Sacramento.
You are starting to wonder - what would you like to know ?
Is she married?
No she isn't. For some of the pictures in the Sacrificum project she has turned the stone of a ring towards her palm. Her playing with queer accessoires in this pix is daring, to some people even confusing/irritating, and thus downright great.
I have enjoyed this series a lot, actually. It makes me smile.
When I see it, I laugh. This is true to the castrato concept. Part of the appeal was the sexual ambiguity.
Of course, the only thing I really want to know is--is she still mad at me after all these years?
Sine you are in Paris for the Giulio Cesare: why don´t you ask her that after the show ? And please: don`t forget about writing about the experience - even with some photos of the show ? Thanks in advance and enjoy ! Jessica
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