The fruitful, intoxicating relationship between opera and wine.
Mahima Macchione is a writer and researcher based in London, UK. She has written for Naxos, Opera Today and Opera Wire, and is a doctoral student at King’s College London working on the history of opera in Imperial Brazil.
Articles by Mahima Macchione
The Festival de Ópera do Paraná in Brazil has become a headline cultural event, breaking down barriers and attracting wider and younger audiences.
Best known today for La Serva Padrona and his Stabat Mater, Giovanni Battista Pergolesi’s career is a prime example of how 18th-century music was closely associated with nobility and power.