Davinia Rodriguez returns to Vienna in November as Lady Macbeth

Davinia Rodríguez

He 13 November the career of the Spanish soprano Davinia Rodríguez gives a giant step: the addition to its repertoire of Lady Macbeth, of the opera Macbeth Giuseppe Verdi, considered one of the most complex and challenging roles in the whole repertoire. The Spanish singer will debut the character in Vienna, en el Theater an der Wien, nothing less than the side Placido Domingo playing Macbeth. "Surely that is a complex role, I've been preparing for over a year with my teacher, Silvia Sass, one of the great Ladies of recent decades ". Davinia Rodríguez, in Vienna I had sung "I due Foscari", He feels "happy to return to this capital of music, now with this fascinating opera by Verdi. My paper, apart from being very demanding technically, it is also very demanding on the plane actoral, since she, Lady Macbeth, is a woman whose ambition has no limits, pushing her husband even murder to get more political power. Like all Shakespearean character, is, in any case, fascinating, and a challenge for any performer '. The Canarian singer will offer the iconic character 3 day functions 13, 17 Y 20 of November, with all tickets sold half a month before the premiere, and in a Viennese theater production to be directed by Bertrand de Billy musically and stage director whose signature Roland Geyer.

The international career of Davinia Rodriguez is unstoppable in a year that also highlight his recent wins debut at the Gran Teatre del Liceu with Simon Boccanegra, in Verdi, -coinciding with the 50 anniversary of the debut of Placido Domingo in Spain- or participation last in the opening of the Spoleto Festival summer playing Countess Almaviva in Le Nozze de Figaro, from Mozart. In season 2016-2017 await you, among other commitments, his return to ABAO-OLBE season in Bilbao, this time as Donna Anna in Don Giovanni, Mozart, his return to the San Carlo Theater in Naples with his acclaimed Amelia Grimaldi Simon Boccanegra and his debut in the title role of Maria Stuarda at the Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa.