20 Nov 2017

The tale of a singing whale

SPOILER ALERT: The whale does not have a singing part in the upcoming production of Moby-Dick. If you’re disappointed to hear that, you’re not alone. To make it up to you, you can get your fix of opera-singing marine mammals in “The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at The Met.”
In this tragic tale, Willie (the operatic whale) is no ordinary ocean-dwelling creature. He can sing tenor, bass, and baritone. What ensues includes all the music, mischief, and drama we love in all of our operas.

Willie The Operatic Whale 🙂

Posted by Negar Gorgin on Sunday, May 29, 2016

If you can get by with our regular, human singers, get your tickets to see Moby-Dick here.