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Just airing my heart.
Dear Yoorsies, old and new guard. Currently I am less active on Yoors. Yes, for me, too, that is because I have the feeling that the intended intention of creating beautiful content together moves into the background because a kind of grain culture has emerged. I have less fun writing and more and more feel that content matters less. Of course I can say that I'm quitting, that I'm leaving here.. I don't do that.. Why not? #stay #yoors   Yoors intent - When I started here on Yoors, I post every day, sometimes even more often one day. I got nice comments on a regular basis. I felt like I was going to build a kind of digital circle of friends. Nice, earning was less important, I just didn't have enough readers for that. In September, that changed. Earning was shaped in a different way and guys, it went really hard. (for my do then). Somehow this has become different. Yoors develops like a mad man, I think it's almost every day to find the right mode to share with each other in a beautiful and fair way. That's the intention I still believe in sacred. I really think there's a team behind Yoors that works in a very innovative, admirable way on something beautiful. On the way, that means that choices are being made. Choices that may not be mine. That really does not detract from the intention at all and when I'm honest, I didn't know in advance how it would turn out. So maybe, maybe I would have taken these steps if I had been at the helm. What I'm really sorry about is that I see people go away. Yoors is no longer what they want in their online environment. You know, I agree with them for a very large part. I'm not happy with the way things are going. Yet I still see the adjustments, the search. a great quest that's going to come out. For the hard core of Yoors, I think it should be clear that @Henkjan the Warrior has a vision. One of truly honest sharing and adding content to a digital world in a beautiful way. The route to get there is about bumps, trying out, trial and error. For those who think this is the final staton, you are right to quit. But be really honest. Is this the terminal station? What's wrong with being a little less active, now and then a peek and see how it goes. Nothing anyway? I trust that there is a very nice platform growing. A platform in which the whole world will gladly post. A platform in which you are encouraged to make beautiful. Worth the wait! And while you wait, write something beautiful now and then, follow each other and stimulate those people you do feel at home. Search between the lines for the possibilities you have to add something beautiful. I'll see you soon on Yoors, Yoors sincerely (oh yes, I'm going to do a promotion on this, just to make a point, I hope for real heartfelt reactions) Peerke
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Tania Kross is Carmen
About the performance With exceptional success, Tania Kross fulfilled her childhood dream: a specially adapted version of her favorite opera Carmen. The performance received wonderful reviews and received a lot of support everywhere. Tania knows how to drag the whole of the Netherlands into this love story full of passion and betrayal. Georges Bizet's masterpiece with all the famous arias and melodies seems to be able to keep the minds pretty busy in a fresh, modern style.. The title role is written by Tania: she turns Carmen into a fiery and powerful, independent woman. As Tania says, “I decide where I go, I decide who I fall in love with, I decide who I am.”. After performing Carmen at, among others, the State Opera Stuttgart and at the prestigious Glyndebourne Opera Festival, Tania made a tour of sold-out venues throughout the Netherlands with this version made especially for her. Arranger Thijs Borsten combined the brilliant music of Bizet with influences from flamenco, the fiery dance from the southern provinces of Spain where the story of Carmen takes place, making a sparkling, contemporary version of Tania's favourite piece. Tania Kross is assisted by Dutch soprano Francis van Broekhuizen in the role of Micaëla and tenor Charles Hens as Don Jose. We see Carlos Denia, one of Spain's best flamenco singers, as toreador Escamillio. About Tania Kross Born in 1976 in Curaçao, Tania Kross sang in all major concert halls in the world, including in Paris, Salzburg, Vienna, and Carnegie Hall in New York. She has previously performed Carmen's title role at Staatsoper Stuttgart, Latvian National Opera in Riga and at the prestigious Glyndebourne Opera Festival. Kross is a welcome guest on television, and with verve she shows her love for music to a new audience.