It may be the sweetest or most furious Mimí Elettra, in a magical duality security product in an impeccable technique and a consolidated instrument. Claimed by directors like Riccardo Muti, Eleonora Buratto has become one of the strongest performers of his rope. Muses always visit when working, ensuring the greatest stimuli listen. After his successful Elettra in Idomeneo of Mozart …

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Varduhi Abrahamyan 1

  Varduhi AbrahamyanSiempre interview under the influence of music in his native Armenia, Varduhi Abrahamyan changed his fondness for the love pop lyric. Since then, It continues to evolve and stepping, increasingly harder, the most important stages in the world. In recent months he is visiting our country playing various characters, Isabella, The L'italiana in Algeri, Carmen or the Princess of Eboli in Don Carlo. A …

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John Axelrod 1

    John AxelrodGraduado student at Harvard and Leonard Bernstein, this settled and is in love with Sevilla Texas, since 2014, Musical and Artistic Director of the Royal Seville Symphony Orchestra (ROSS). Combines his orchestral work to support young musicians through the activities of its founding CultureAll, with which he is carrying out an important work of musical outreach, among other cities, In sevilla. Passionate and sensitive all …

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Maxim en el College 1

Are you a big rossiniano interpreter What qualities or technical believes should be to be a good interpreter rossiniano? The rossiniano edge requires a very particular technical; We can call Rossini style "il bel canto fiorito". You need to know to keep the tessitura, which in many cases it is quite high, besides having the vocal agility. It is important, especially, know the style of writing well and know Rossini vary the line …

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  Live excited by a profession for which has been prepared respecting the times. No hurry, as do those who know and love lyric. Its smooth and glazed voice and expressiveness on stage, They have made it increasingly claimed in the scenes and the most important directors in the world. extraordinarily nearby, Annalisa Stroppa enchants with its charm and energy, inside and outside escena.Brío Classic: Tell us a little about how …

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  With his deep voice and a smile sunny eternal, Spain returns to the mezzo-soprano Marianna Pizzolato to play the title role of L'Italiana in Algeri by Rossini, Summer Festival of El Escorial, and the San Sebastian Musical Fortnight. Passionate about belcanto, We will surprise with his Mistress Quickly of Falstaff verdiano, next season in the Classical Theater Real.Brío: You are a very determined woman. In its …

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Lisette Oropesa interview at the Royal Theater.

New Orleasn soprano and Cuban, Lisette Oropesa, Classical Brío speaks for only a few days before revolutionize the Teatro Real in Madrid with one of his fetishes characters, “Lucia of Lammermoor”, de Gaetano Donizetti. How it started in music and how it addresses the difficulties Lucia's character and profession, are some of the topics covered in this conversation.    

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Entrevista Ottavio Dantone1

            His project is called "Revolution". What is the real revolution of Baroque music? Revolution Baroque music in the last fifty years has experienced various stages, as the stage of rediscovery of ancient instruments, the language and its communication to the general public. Our project wants to extend the temporary space of early music this term extending until the nineteenth century, with the …

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  Brío Clásica: In January he interpreted in La Monnaie in Brussels, Mother, of The Prisoner, y The woman, s The enclosure. Both characters of great difficulty, both vocally and in the interpretation and also with significant psychological burden. How do you approach this challenge? A. B.:Angeles Blancas: The truth is that With great sense of humor! And with hard work, It is a challenge… In addition to full confidence and with love by having …

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After a successful debut with critics and audiences at the Salzburg Festival 2005, Maite Beaumont has not lowered of the most important stages in Europe, as Opéra national de Paris; Royal Theater of La Monnaie; Bavarian State Opera; Staatsoper Unter den Linden in Berlin; Capitole in Toulouse Theater; Teatro Real in Madrid; La Scala Milan en; Municipal Theater of Santiago de Chile; y Lyric Opera Chicago. The next 1 Y 3 December we can …

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Jessica Pratt

They say it is the natural successor to Joan Sutherland. Not in bathroom, Australian soprano is considered one of the best international performers on his rope. Now comes to Spain, Palau les Arts Reian Sofia of Valencia which debuts, and does so with the role of Amenaide, the Rossini opera Tancredi. A great opportunity to listen to songbirds skills of this great performer. Brío Clásica: If I'm not mistaken, …

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Carmela Remio

Since in 1996 was called by Claudio Abbado to represent for the first time the role of Donna Anna, in the opera Don Giovanni, Mozart, Carmela Remigio (Pescara 1973) He has played in more than 350 occasions, becoming a reference for this character. From the 19 June debut at the Liceu in Barcelona with her Donna Anna Marcusz Kwiecien. Before the premiere talks about his career and concerns before this …

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"A real eye opener". So the young maestro Francisco Valero-Terribas recognized after successfully participated in some of the contests and specialized festivals most prestigious international Nikolai Malko Competition as, Lucerne Festival, Cabrillo Contemporary Music Festival y Järvi Suvefestival. Its versatility has allowed him to develop a comprehensive program ranging from Baroque to the twentieth century. This is, precisely, a constant in the career of the young Valencian musician, a restless spirit …

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Maria Jose Montiel

Year 2016 it will be hard to forget for the Spanish mezzo-soprano Maria Jose Montiel. The premiere at the Teatro de la Zarzuela opera “María Moliner”, work written especially for her by composer Antoni Parera Fons, or it has been awarded the National Music Prize, They have been two of the events that have marked for her this season. Maria Jose Montiel speaks for Classical Verve and reflects on …

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Maria Katzarava

Despite his surname of Georgian origin, Mary comes from Mexico Katzarava. That land that gives us always powerful and expressive voices. His is, definitely, one that with greater intensity sound. It has come to Europe and established its headquarters in Barcelona, starting an international career that aims successful. He 6 August is released in one of his favorite roles, la Liú of Turandot, next to …

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With Mahler and Lorin Maazel as sources of inspiration, not surprising that José Miguel Pérez-Sierra is considered one of Spain's most international directors. bright and inexhaustible conversationalist, analyzes with passion and deep knowledge of everything that surrounds her profession. This disciplined Madrid, sensitive and able to drive to Moscow, dissects and studies scores with the precision of a surgeon pursuing perfection. A José Miguel Pérez-Sierra, as other …

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Joel Prieto ©Simon Pauly

The young Spanish-Puerto Rican tenor Joel Prieto, It has finally premiered at the Teatro Real Madrid, your natal city, playing the role of Tamino, in Mozart's Magic Flute. This is a role he knows well since he debuted professionally with ten years ago. Barrie Kosky production for the Komische Oper Berlin and Madrid directed by Ivor Bolton, They represent a before and after in his career after …

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Alfonso Romero

A young Alfonso Romero never imagined from his piano at the conservatory that would be decided by another activity. Although also it related to his musical profession, stage director came to life almost by chance and, after being fascinated by it, He began a professional adventure that is placing him as one of the greatest international directors. Born in Madrid, He began his musical studies at an early age, obtaining the title of …

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Desiree Rancatore

Born in Palermo, Desirée Rancatore began studying singing her mother's hand, Maria Argento. Their professional beginnings are also early. with just 18 he made his debut at the Salzburg Festival after being discovered by Gerard Mortier in a singing contest. After this debut has been playing different roles in the repertoire belacntista, noting especially in The Queen of the Night, of "The Magic Flute"; Olympiad, in "The Tales of …

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Desirée Rancatore

A refined technique, absolute mastery of coloratura and treble and his passion for music and performance are getting the Italian Desirée Rancatore is one of the most sought after sopranos in major theaters and opera festivals. Debuts only 19 years at the Salzburg Festival immediately conviertiendo regular guest of the main theaters of Europe and Asia; in Japan worship, to the point of dedicating covers and …

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Maria Bayo

We get a radiant woman, serena, full of vitality and with a smiling glance. It is Maria Bayo. One of the most interesting and important sopranos on the international scene. The interview leveraging its Madrid to give a recital. Almost all seasons participates in some operatic production at the Gran Teatre del Liceu, but lately it is unusual to hear in Real. And this season, especially in productions mozartianas, We have been many …

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David Alegret

Their conversation is sincere hand of a friendly voice, warm and clean, with a delicious Catalan accent. David Alegret is considered one of the most important light lyric tenors today. Born in Barcelona in 1972, first let music by medicine and it then, the I-dicine for music. An important decision grateful to hear cantar.Las characteristics of their voice and talent, They make one of David Alegret …

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Maria Jose Montiel

Enters the scene with decisiveness and firmness delicate, contagious energy and, always, always smiling, also look. Maria Jose Montiel is, one of our most international mezzosopranos. Share the best scenarios with the greatest, some of those who came to listen with devotion to Teatro de la Zarzuela, after a long night of waiting for a town that you do enjoy and dream. Some dreams then that, as …

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Nancy Herrera Fabioloa

After performing this season at the Paris National Opera as Maddalena in Rigoletto, now he comes to Madrid, the Teatro de la Zarzuela, with his recital "Gypsy". With the same serenity that shows on stage and sensuality of an enveloping voice, Canarian mezzosoprano Nancy Fabiola Herrera receives us in Madrid newcomer Brazil, after giving two successful concerts there. CLASSIC ELAN: He continued his studies in USA and developed on the Continent …

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Joachim Pflieger

During the season 2009/2010, The new artistic director of the Royal Theatre began a pedagogical proposal with a clear objective, capture the attention of a new audience, children and youth. This project has been expanded in the season 2010/2011 and its future prospects are increasingly optimistic and ambitious. Classical verve had a conversation with the manager of this educational project right hand and artistic director Gerard Mortier, Joachim …

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Giovanni Antonini

Last 24 of May, Giovanni Antonini, al frente de Il Giardino Armonico, presented at the Auditorio Miguel Delibes his latest work. "Il Pianto di Maria" is a song to the feelings of a mother at the loss of her son. The intense voice of Bernarda Fink makes this work a disc inprescindible.

Jose Bros

After a debut as casual with Edita Gruberova in the Gran Teatre del Liceu, Catalan tenor José Bros has become one of the best examples of romantic bel canto repertoire in Spain. Authors like Donizetti, Bellini or Verdi, theaters like La Scala or Covent Garden in London and recordings as Anna Bolena or Lucia di Lammermor punctuate his career.

Jonas Kaufman

Since he first attended the opera for five years, Jonas Kaufmann, one of the best German tenors of recent years, He has dreamed of being a singer. His biggest concern has always been to find and refine their sound, something that has worked day after day, and that has led him to interpret roles passionate and romantic, qualities he also recognizes himself. His latest work is called Romantic Arias, …

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Rolando Villazon

He born in Mexico City in 1972. In 1983 He entered the academy of performing arts spaces, where he studied music, interpretation, contemporary dance and ballet. In 1990 he met baritone Arturo Nieto to, who introduced him to the world of opera and became his singing teacher. Two years later he entered the National Conservatory of Music to continue his vocal studies with Enrique Jaso. He has won several international competitions, He was part of …

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Paul Mccreesh

It is not considered an expert in early music but has spent his entire life running works of Monteverdi, Gluck, Bach and Händel especially. paradoxically, Nor is your favorite musical period, but nevertheless, It has become one of the most renowned directors of early music today. Since the creation of Gabrieli Consort and Players in 1982, Paul McCreesh has combined work with this -specialized training in Renaissance and Baroque music and …

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Measha Brueggergosman

Concerts, charity galas, awards and three albums, and all before the age of 30. Measha Brueggergosman presenta Surprise, their third album on the market, the first with Deutsche Grammophon, and the work that has opened the gates of Europe. Bolcom hand, Schönberg y Satie, Surprise explores the world of cabaret, from the haunting Song of Black Max to playful Diva de l'Empire, through sensual love or …

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Carlos Mena

Gifted with an exceptional tessitura Carlos Mena conveys, especially, emotions. his repertoire, always care and high musical value, It is a risky route that goes from medieval works to lieder and contemporary music. Quite a challenge, for a counter-tenor that can only be approached from the knowledge, intelligence and exceptional technical.

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Comes slowly in Madrid modern and central coffee, in which we have been. It's cold, it is night and warms his hands clutching the cup of coffee that you just serve. I meet a serene man, communicative and often bursts out laughing. This brilliant violinist warm voice and unhurried ways, It is possessed of a style, product of a rich and varied musical formation and its origins, equally …

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Cecilia Bartoli

He says that opera is the language of the soul and Cecilia Bartoli is expressed in an extraordinary way with it. His latest albums are real research. Radiographs of times, composers and performers in an unpayable outreach. His album Maria”, It is a perfect biography of the most important nineteenth-century Spanish diva, mezzo-soprano Maria Malibran and his time.