Opera singer turns to bluegrass for Covid love

Opera singer turns to bluegrass for Covid love


norman lebrecht

December 29, 2020

Sara Hershkowitz, an American opera singer who has performed in Amsterdam, Berlin and other major houses, has got uncovered in the latest issue of Bluegrass Today as a secret cow-girl:

Here’s an entertaining tale for anyone who likes bluegrass, opera, world travel, or just a great love story. It’s all about a girl growing up in North Carolina, who ended up working in Germany after college, but met her true love – a German banjo player – back home in Los Angeles….

Read on here.

And here’s the proof of it:

On the other hand…


  • Mayflower says:

    I too am a lover of both opera and of bluegrass music. No reason somebody can’t love/play/perform both types of music. More power to her.

  • Greg Bottini says:

    That there is some mighty fine ‘grass!
    The band is great and Sara sings like an angel.
    Boy howdy, do I love that music!

  • RW2013 says:

    Girlfreen, you cray back in the U.S. and A.?!

  • violinist says:

    In what language is she singing ?
    she seems agitated…..about what

  • Nijinsky says:

    WOW! She luks juslah-EEeek /shAwn Mendes…. AFTER A SEX CHANGE operation!

  • Nijinsky says:

    And that’s enough of these feeble jokes. Some creature there, the wind knew better how to curl his hair but he failed, and we get: “Junk Eats,” which in reality is supposed to be: “John Keats.”

  • Nijinsky says:

    And further more, do the world a favor and make me a table of contents, containing ALL of the aces, that go into making all of these pokey annoying comment everything, with people having nothing better to do that work for themselves making headway looking after what fell behind them, not being their head.

    Batteries for example!

    I’m glad that my dragon is eating, but is that “surely” necessary by having such a competition of businesses making rechargeables that the littlest tiny difference in how its coming out, or goes in or, hasn’t worked for ages or will tomorrow, brings the charge into the next meal, when it’s all used up!?

    And then “I” have to do another change for the machine to work where there IS some!

  • Nijinsky says:

    sorry, should have been: “annoying comments…. everything