In a short span Ana Layevska has become one of the telenovela's biggest stars and continues to grow as an actress.
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"We're the Millers" star Will Poulter speaks to Latinos Post's David Salazar on his new film, career aspirations and other interests.
Telemundo star Jorge Luis Pila talks to Latinos Post's David Salazar about "La Patrona," Aracely Arambula, Christian Bach, and future projects.
Opera Director Eric Einhorn talks to Latinos Post about working the world of opera.
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The famous singer, who recently began his new tour, received an award last week in the Puerto Rican Senate for the outstanding success he has accomplished in his country and abroad.
Three productions at the Metropolitan Opera. Recipient of the Richard Tucker Award. A Carnegie Hall Recital Debut. An appearance on Sesame Street. Those are but a few of the accomplishments of opera singer Isabel Leonard during the 2012-13 season.
Soprano Lisette Oropesa never wanted to be an opera singer. Despite being born into a family that venerated the art form, she felt the need to seek out a different path. However, she could not escape her fate. And now she is a rising star that gets to call the world's most renowned opera house "home."
Surviving in the opera world has always been a great challenge for performers. With ever increasing competition, many singers find themselves boxed in by opera impresarios attempting to fill in schedules years in advance. The result is that many never full develop their skills or have a chance to create their own identities; the demands of the opera companies create those personas for them.
The big break. For every actor those three words represent the major turning point. It represents the point where they get to show the whole world all that they've learned after years of training. Unfortunately that moment never comes for the majority of trained actors. Not even close. And when the big break does come about, it certainly doesn't manifest itself in the form of a major television film for HBO. But that is exactly what happened for Philip Martin, a rising star of the upcoming film "Phil Spector."
As he enters the stage during the dress rehearsal of Act 1 in "La Traviata" at the Metropolitan Opera, Saimir Pirgu, playing Alfredo Germont, walks across stage right to left and stands isolated from the crowd that is carrying around Diana Damrau's Violetta on a bright red couch. This outsider will eventually steal away the heart of Violetta take a prominent role in her life. This development presents an interesting parallel to Pirgu whose official website purports that he is "a young man from nowhere" well on his way to an international career.
In the busy café of the Elinur Bunin Munroe Film Center an intimate moment is occurring between a mother and her two children. The mother, internationally renowned soprano Diana Damrau, has brought along her children, two-year old Alexander and four-month old Colyn, for an interview with this reporter. Colyn lies in his carriage begging for his mother while Alexander bustles about space, exploring and engaging with his environment. Damrau looks after Alexander as she picks up Colyn from the carriage and for the next hour, the superstar soprano will engage in animated conversation while keeping her two greatest treasures near.