16 opera singers are locked in a remote hotelNews
This could be the plot for a shlock novel.
Instead, it’s the run-up to BBC Cardiff Singer of the World where international contestants are being quarantined for ten days in the same wing of a Welsh hotel, distanced from other inhabitants who might complain of loud singing.
“I have heard that because we are loud when we sing, we might be unpleasant for other regular guests here,” Jusung tells i. “So the hotel has put the singers close to each other.”
Another guest is the renowned Kosovar soprano Elbenita Kajtazi Halimi. She says the way to get through quarantining is to do 10,000 steps a day within her four walls.
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