Desirée Rancatore returns to Japan after receiving the Award Luciano Pavarotti 2015.
Italian soprano will perform La Traviata in several cities in Japan leading a tour of the Prague State Opera.
Desirée Rancatore, after collecting the prize Pavarotti d'Oro 2015 en Correggio (Italy), triumphantly returns to one of the countries in which draws crowds: Japan. And he does one of his favorite roles, Violetta Valéry, the protagonist of La Traviata, from Giuseppe Verdi. Success is assured, since last May, when the tickets went on sale for performances between the 10 October and 3 November in Omiya, Ueno (Tokyo), Osaka y Nagoya, the towns sold out in a few hours.
Desirée Rancatore's debut as Traviata in Japan will come with a tour of the Prague Opera House led by the Sicilian diva, who has played the mythical Verdian role in cities like Vienna, Montecarlo, Turin, masked (Oman) o San Lorenzo de El escorial (Madrid, Spain). In Japan, to the functions of Verdi's masterpiece, Rancatore will also offer a concert in Tokyo, before returning to Italy, where, between december and january, will play for the first time the role of Musetta de La Bohème (Puccini) at the Carlo Felice Theater in Genoa.