Fiorenza Cedolins Regresa at the Teatro de la Maestranza

Fiorenza Cedolins

Fiorenza Cedolins, one of the great divas of the latest generation of lyrical singers returns to Teatro de la Maestranza, Where, in 2011 He thrilled the audience with his great Elizabeth of Valois in Verdi's Don Carlo, this time to show her nude art in a recital of arias accompanied by the Belarussian pianist Inessa Filistovich.

Possessing one of the most interesting lyrical voices comprehensive record of our days Fiorenza Cedolins has been, throughout his career, a model of professionalism and love of "bel canto". Critics have unanimously praised its warm timbre, his clear diction and painstaking technique have allowed, since its inception, face a repertoire ranging from Verdi to Verismo first, not forgetting the Bellini Norma.

On the evening of Sunday, will perform works by Puccini, Albéniz, Falvo, Cotrrau, Granados, Giordano, Manuel de Falla, Glinka O Mascagni, among other composers who made the "bel canto", in a period or other, one of the most exciting musical expressions of History.

For this occasion,, as it has been happening regularly for a few years, Fiorenza Cedolins will be accompanied by pianist Inessa Filistovich, regular contributor to La Scala in Milan and other great performers like Mirella Freni, Jaume Aragall O Bruno Cavallo.

tickets, whose prices range from 36 € Patio and 21 € to Paradise, They can be purchased at the theater box office, or via the Internet on the web http://ww.teatrodelamaestranza.es/

15 of March 2015, to 20,30 hours

Program

I

Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924)

Vissi d'arte Tosca

Oh my dear daddy de Gianni Schicchi

Isaac Albéniz (1860-1909)

malagueña from Spain

Rodolfo Falvo (1873-1937)

Dicitenciello VUJE

Teodoro Cottrau (1827-1879)

Saint Lucia

William Cottrau (1797-1847)

Fenesta ca lucive, atribuido Vincenzo Bellini (1801-1835)

Francesco Paolo Tosti (1846-1916)

A vucchella

Salvatore Cardillo (1874-1947)

Core 'ngrato

Luigi Denza (1846-1922)

You

Enrique Granados (1867-1916)

Andalusian Twelve Spanish dances

Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924)

In those soft lace of Manon Lescaut

You who gel inhabitant Turandot

 

II

Umberto Giordano (1867-1948)

The dead mother Andrea Chénier

Mikhail Glinka (1804-1857)

Nocturne "The Separation’

Fernando Obradors (1897-1945)

The more subtle hair

Manuel de Failure (1876-1946)

Nana Seven Spanish folksongs

Arrigo Boito (1842-1918)

Last night under the sea de Mefistofele

Rodion Shchedrín (1932)

The Albéniz

Pietro Mascagni (1863-1945)

Son few flowers L'amico Fritz

You know it or mom de Cavalleria rusticana