• (adj): Of or relating to or characteristic of opera.

Some articles on operatic:

Bassoon Concerto (Weber) - Movements - II. Adagio
... Operatic lyricism saturates this movement, which is in the subdominant B flat major and in 3/8 time ... Waterhouse says, “The theatrical atmosphere is maintained by an almost operatic cantilena, which should be compared with certain slow soprano arias from his operas.” The melody could easily be sung and ... only cadenza, which is decidedly operatic and which Weber wrote himself ...
Susan Chilcott - Singing Career
... Her operatic debut was as the First Lady in The Magic Flute, in Oviedo in 1991 ... Her last full operatic role was as Jenufa for Welsh National Opera in 2003 and for this she received, posthumously, the 2003 Royal Philharmonic Society Singer Award ... Apart from her operatic work, she also gave concerts, often with pianist Iain Burnside, a close friend, and with him and the actress Fiona Shaw, gave intimate poetry recitals ...
John Charles Thomas - Operatic, Recital and Radio Career
... selections from both repertoires classical and operatic to begin, and American art songs and humorous "character" songs to close ...
List Of Sinfonians - Vocalists
... chapter Notability Reference Pasquale Amato Beta Omega (1939^) Operatic baritone who sang with the Metropolitan Opera in New York City from 1908-1921 ... David Bispham Epsilon (1905^) First American–born operatic baritone to gain international notability ... Jerry Hadley Delta Nu (1971) Grammy Award-winning operatic tenor ...

Famous quotes containing the word operatic:

    Even an extraordinary policeman seems a strange suitor for an operatic soprano. Does he sing?
    Eric Taylor, and Leroux. Arthur Lubin. M. Villeneuve (Frank Puglia)

    You have promise, Mlle. Dubois, but you must choose between an operatic career and what is usually called “a normal life.” Though why it is so called is beyond me.
    Eric Taylor, Leroux, and Arthur Lubin. M. Villeneuve (Frank Puglia)