"A brilliant architect of tension" LA Weekly

In downtown Los Angeles last night, some set out for the Music Center to see Ukranian bass Vitalij Kowaljow sing a passionate farewell to his daughter, as Wotan in Wagner's"Ring" cycle, while others tucked into the Central Library to see Timur Bekbosunov, a tenor from Kazakhstan perform operatic versions of "I Put a Spell On You" and "Closer" backed by The Dime Museum, an 8-piece Vaudevillian band. Bekbosunov knows what his audience likes and he is a brilliant architect of tension. Dressed in stone-washed black and white striped pants, with an iridescent belt draped around his waist and an outrageous, striped coat with comically elongated cuffs and lapel, singing Radiohead covers and Kristia

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