the soprano Sonya Yoncheva sing to Italy in the recital that he stars this Sunday, 25 of April, to 18.00 hours in the Main Hall of the Palau de les Arts, with the piano accompaniment of Malcom Martineau.
The Bulgarian diva offers for the fourth session of the cycle 'The Arts is Lied' songs and romances of Leoncavallo, Martucci, Tirindelli, Tosti, Verdi and Puccini on a tour of the main Italian composers who cultivated this genre in the 19th century. The soprano has received unanimous applause from the public and critics for her performances of this repertoire in the main theaters and auditoriums..
Exceptional and charismatic artist, Sonya Yoncheva is one of the most sought-after and magnetic voices on the lyrical scene, Essential in the programming of the most prestigious auditoriums and concert halls, as well as in the operatic distributions of the great theaters of the circuit.
This Sunday's recital supposes, Besides, the reunion of the soprano with the Valencian public, who still remembers his memorable performances of ‘La traviata’ in 2013.
Malcolm Martineau will be in charge of accompanying Sonya Yoncheva on stage this Sunday. Born in Edinburgh, he is one of the leading pianists of his generation, and has worked with great international singers such as Thomas Allen, Karita Mattila, Ann Murray, Angela Gheorghiu, Christopher Maltman y Michael Schade, among others.
For those interested, the seats for the recitals within the cycle ‘Les Arts és Lied’ have a price range that oscillates between 20 Y 40 euros.
Bulgarian soprano Sonya Yoncheva is one of the most acclaimed and brilliant performers of her generation. He studied piano and singing with Nelly Koitcheva in Plovdiv, your natal city, and later he studied a master's degree in singing in Geneva with Professor Danielle Borst. further, perfected his training with William Christie and Le Jardin des Voix.
His most successful performances include new productions of ‘Tosca’ and ‘Otello’ at the Metropolitan in New York., where she has also played the titular roles of ‘Luisa Miller’, ‘La traviata’ and ‘Iolanta’, in addition to Mimì in ‘La bohème’ or Gilda in ‘Rigoletto’. In London's Covent Garden he has triumphed with titles such as 'Norma', 'The Traviata', ‘Faust’, "Hoffmann's Tales" (Antonia), ‘Carmen’ (Micaëla) y "La bohème" (Mimì and Musetta). Likewise, has sung ‘Il pirata’ and ‘La bohème’ (Mimi) Teatro alla Scala in; 'The coronation of Poppea' in the Festival de Salzburgo; new productions of ‘Médée’ and ‘La traviata’ at the Berlin Staatsoper; and ‘Don Carlo’, 'Bohemian', ‘Iolanta’, ‘La traviata’ and ‘Lucia di Lammermoor’ at the Paris Opera.
He has recently sung ‘Tosca’ at the Staatsoper in Munich and Berlin, 'La traviata' in the Florentine Maggio Musicale, ‘Medea’ in the Staatsoper of Berlín, 'Bohemian' (Mimi) in Covent Garden, ‘Il pirata’ at the Teatro Real in Madrid, ‘Otello’ in Baden-Baden and Berlin, in addition to ‘Iolanta’ and ‘Otello’ at the Metropolitan.
In 2020 Y 2021 has participated in the opening gala of the Teatro alla Scala season; at Met Stars Live in Concert with a recital offered in ‘streaming’ from the Schussenried monastery; at the Christmas concert in the presence of the President of Germany and broadcast on German television; at the Rolex ‘Perpetual Music’ gala from the Berlin Staatsoper; at Le Concert in Paris, plus galas and concerts in Salzburg, Madrid, Montecarlo, Budapest, Mexico City, Verona and Antwerp.
She is a global ambassador for Rolex and exclusive artist for the Sony label., with whom you have recorded, among others, the album of opera arias ‘Paris, my love', accompanied by the Orchestra of the Valencian Community. At the Palau de les Arts he starred in ‘La traviata’ in 2013 directed by Zubin Mehta.
Photograph: Javier del Real