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    Without bad intentions (of course) , I'd like to put forward for discussion some singers or musicians that had that certain sex appeal that lit up the stages...

    Anna Netrebko as Violetta, for instance …

    Any other favourites? Any other "hot" performances?

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    David Oistrakh, bad when he was young, looked pretty handsome. but I;m not sure if I would call him "sexy"....

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    Anna Netrebko, definitely, maybe Anne Sophie Mutter.

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    an other Anne Sophie:


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    Also, not sure this is just me, but... Hilary Hahn? She seems pretty cute Haven't gotten to see her live yet, though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leporello87 View Post
    Also, not sure this is just me, but... Hilary Hahn? She seems pretty cute Haven't gotten to see her live yet, though...
    She sort of has a beautiful face, but she's not "cute" or "sexy" imo. Sometimes her cold stares scare me D:

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    Ohhhh i have a whole list!!!

    Dmitri Hvorostovsky (Onegin)
    Thomas Allen (Don Giovanni)
    Anna Netrebko... as anything
    Renee Fleming... again as anything
    Nathan Gunn
    Juan Diego Florez (especially as Count Almaviva)

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    Basta! Basta! Basta! per pieta!!

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    Ok, a few years ago I saw a Don Giovanni movie with the sexiest Don Giovanni I've ever seen/heard. Long flowy black hair. Unfortunately, I can't remember his last name, but I know his first name was "Rodney". (I remember thinking how strange it was for a man that sexy to be named Rodney).

    Any ideas who that might be?

    In terms of females, definitely Angela Gheorghiu as Tosca.

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    Maxim....Soo hot! I think there are more sexy female starts than male in the classical world, though. Katherine Jenkins is absolutely stunning.

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    Great question..... great topic!

    My vote goes to........ Ofra Harnoy.

    She is one of the hottest, sexiest women in classical music.

    Odd thing though, durring the 1980's she put out A LOT of great CD's and gave a lot of concerts all over the world. Then, one day, she and her CD's, and her concerts all vanished.

    POOF! Gone! What happened to her?

    Let's start a new board game, instead of "Where's Waldo?", we could have a game called, "Where's Ofra Harnoy?"

    Anyway, where ever she is, she is beautiful and soooo sexy!
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    Worth looking at Cinzia Forte in Rossini's La Gazzetta. A saucy production - modern but the period portrayed sits well with this silly opera. Rossini at his buffo best and Cinzia Forte....well....never mind, you'd need to see the show.

    http://www.naxos.com/catalogue/item....m_code=OA0953D

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    Quote Originally Posted by cato View Post
    Great question..... great topic!

    My vote goes to........ Ofra Harnoy.
    That's because you have never seen Lola Astanova




    Or Sol Gabetta


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    I have to go with Eric Whitacre
    "Farewell happy fields
    Where joy for ever dwells: hail horrors, hail
    Infernal world, and thou profoundest Hell
    Recieve thy new possesor: one who brings
    A mind not to be changed by place or time.
    The mind is its own place, and in itself
    Can make a Heav'n of Hell, a Hell of Heav'n." - Satan from Paradise Lost by John Milton (Book I: Lines 249-255)

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    Nathalie Dessay with the Fly: a bit too much?


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    I found on the web a picture of Venus, performed by Suzanne McNaughton. I’d like to show it, but I dare not. BTW, it is not what I call “sexy”...)

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