I had a wonderful time performing Cathy and singing the offstage voice of Bertha in Lisa Logan’s opera “Brontë”.
Taking part in the opera, has encouraged me to read the three sisters poetry. Recently, I stumbled upon a charming piece by Anne Brontë:
There is a silent eloquence
In every wild bluebell
That fills my softened heart with bliss
That words could never tell.
I find that this poem sums up those indescribable moments we sometimes feel. Especially on stage, with the lights, the music, and the audience all blending into one magical experience.
Here are some captured moments from the Opera taken by Ali Wright:
Congratulations to my fellow cast, orchestra and tech crew! I had a blast.
Massive thanks to my friends and family who came to watch. Spotting you in the crowd always adds that extra sparkle to the performance!
If you were there, or even if you just fancy a chat about Brontë, opera, or anything in between, please leave a comment.