He came back and swept: Italian soprano Desirée Rancatore put the Japanese public back into the pocket of the hand of his touching Traviata that strolled through Omiya, Tokyo, Osaka y Nagoya, selling out within hours, the same day they went on sale. And of Verdi a Puccini: Palermo's diva will step into the skin of one of the characters for the first time
created by Giacomo Puccini, in this case, in one of the most charismatic of La Bohème, Musetta, all character, joy and humanity. Will do it in Italy, riding between December and January, at the Carlo Felice Theater in Genoa.
Counting on the stage direction of the legendary Ettore Scola, Rancatore will debut on 17 December his first Puccinian character in a new step in his artistic career: «My voice has been enriched in harmonics and in darker colors, It is no longer the typical thing for a coloratura soprano », points singer. «This responds to the natural evolution of the voice, to my own maturity. Y Musetta, together with Gianni Schicchi's Lauretta will be my first Puccinian roles. In the future, why not? It could also be Mimì ».