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IPA Source offers our institutional customers campus-wide access to our database via IP authentication. In addition, we also offer access via Shibboleth for those institutions that utilize it for single sign on (SSO). We are pleased to now offer SURFconext as an additional method of authentication for institutions that use SURFconext for managing their SSO… Read More
Verismo (Italian for “realism”) opera is a type of opera that emerged in Italy in the late 19th century, characterized by its realistic and gritty subject matter, and a focus on everyday people and their struggles. Verismo opera originated from an Italian literary movement of the same name. Verismo opera sought to portray ordinary people… Read More
“Lohengrin” is a German opera in three acts, composed and written by Richard Wagner. It was first performed in 1850 in Weimar and is based on a medieval German legend. The opera is considered one of Wagner’s masterpieces and is known for its sweeping orchestrations, soaring melodies, and powerful vocal performances. The opera tells the… Read More
Rosa Ponselle (1897-1981) was an American operatic soprano who is widely regarded as one of the greatest singers of the 20th century. Born in Meriden, Connecticut, Ponselle grew up in a musical family and began singing at a young age. Her older sister, Carmela Ponselle, was an established Vaudeville singer and brought a young Rosa… Read More
Thomas Quasthoff is a world-renowned German bass-baritone singer and a celebrated performer of classical music. Born on November 9, 1959, Quasthoff developed a passion for music at a young age and began singing in choirs as a child. He went on to study at the Music Conservatory of Hanover, where he received training in voice… Read More
Reri Grist is a retired American soprano who was born on February 23, 1932, in New York City. She is known for her performances in opera, operetta, and musical theater, and she was particularly celebrated for her coloratura soprano voice, which is a type of voice that is characterized by its agility, flexibility, and ability… Read More
Nadine Roberts Waters was a notable African American operatic soprano from Wyoming, Ohio, who rose to fame during the early 20th century. She was born on September 10, 1903, in Cincinnati, Ohio, and grew up in the town of Wyoming, a suburb of Cincinnati. Waters started her music training at the age of 12, studying… Read More