Gala Teresa Berganza

The Royal Theater will celebrate on Friday 21 of June, Music's day, a Tribute Gala to Teresa Berganza, which will serve as a celebration of the eightieth anniversary of the Spanish mezzo-soprano and in recognition of the professional career of one of the most important voices in the history of opera.
The teachers Sylvain Cambreling and Alejo Pérez will be the batons in charge of directing the Choir and Orchestra Headlines of the Royal Theater, who will be joined by renowned voices on the international scene such as Carlos Álvarez, Maria Bayo, Annick Massis y Jose Van Dam, young promises and other consecrated figures, whose names will be "secret" until the day of the Gala.
Works by Mozart and Rossini will not be missing from the program, of which Teresa Berganza has been an emblematic representative, but there will also be room for Spanish music, tribute to his pure soul. All this in search of a night that wants to be filled with emotion, but also of joy, turned into the best gift for a voice that is now eighty years old, but that will live forever.
The proceeds from the concert, that in addition to the entry of the tickets will have a Row 0 and a gala dinner, will be used to finance the Royal Theater Pedagogical Project. One of the best known facets of Teresa Berganza, to which he has dedicated the most time after his retirement from the stage, is teaching, through master classes around the world or collaborating with prestigious centers such as the Reina Sofía School of Music.
Tickets are now available through the usual sales channels of the Teatro Real: box office, phone sales and website (www.teatro-real.com). More information at spectator@teatro-real.com and at 902 24 48 48.