Monday, October 11, 2010
My friend and columnist for The Catholic New World, Dolores Madlener, noted my involvement as the AOAs spokesperson on 3 D Vision Syndrome (when our eyes feel bad after watching a 3D movie) in her Church Clips column.
She mentioned that: ".... R U Dizzy yet? — Dominick Maino, a tenor in St. Benedict’s choir (W. Irving Park), has a lot to say about 3-D movies these days. Maino, editor of the journal of the College of Optometrists, is a professor at the Illinois Eye Institute/Illinois College of Optometry. As an expert in binocular vision, he’s recently been quoted in US News & World Report (Sept. 21, 2010) and ABCNews/Health website, about some viewers’ physical reactions to movies like “Avatar,” and “Toy Story 3.” Google his name and US News & World Report for an interesting assessment of “sickening” flicks. It isn’t just your imagination..... "
Although I have sung with the choir from St. Benedict's (along with members of the Apollo Choir and others), most of my tenor-izing has been at my home parish of St. Bartholomew.
St. Benedict's Opera Gala with me singing in the choir....I am not a soloist.... I am in the middle of all the other tenors...so look carefully at some of the videos below!
Chanson du Toreador
Matador La Traviata
Brindisi from La Traviata
St Bartholomew Choir
St. Bartholomew Catholic Church: Jesus Remember Me
St. Bartholomew Catholic Church Easter Vigil 2009