Mexican soprano Maria Katzarava debuts in Spain

Maria Katzarava

After the recent success in its debut in the role of Leonora in Fidelio, from Beethoven, in the Opera Carolina (U.S), Mexican upward soprano Maria Katzarava prepares for its debut in Spain, when he is interpreting the character of Amelia Il Duca d'Alba, a little-known opera Gaetano Donizetti, the days 13, 15, 17 Y 19 December at the Campoamor Theatre in Oviedo.

Known as one of the winners of the Operalia competition presiding Placido Domingo (in 2008, when he also won the Zarzuela Prize) and praised by the international press as being possessed of a voice “privileged, serious of high drama sharp and bright and colorful”, Maria Katzarava landed in Spain with a career spanning more than ten years behind that made debut in recent seasons at venues such as the Royal Opera House in London (Romeo and Juliet), Teatro alla Scala en Milán (Romeo and Juliet), Opera Geneva (La Traviata), Florida Grand Opera (Romeo and Juliet, La Traviata), Lausanne Opera (Romeo and Juliet), Verona Philharmonic Theatre (Romeo and Juliet), Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico (Manon, Massenet, and La Traviata), and the most significant theaters in Italy, as the Lyric Theater of Cagliari (Suzel en L'Amico Fritz; Liù en Turandot), Teatro Petruzzelli en Bari (La Muette de Portici, Daniel Auber; Pagliacci, de Leoncavallo), Piacenza (The Tales of Hoffmann), Modena (The Tales of Hoffmann), Reggio Emilia (The Tales of Hoffmann) y de Teatro Manzoni Bologna (Four Last Songs, R. Strauss, under the baton of Michele Mariotti.)

Maria Katzarava has collaborated several times with Placido Domingo, who will sing the next 10 November at the National Auditorium in Mexico City to celebrate 55 Madrid debut year tenor in that country.

After his Spanish debut at the Opera de Oviedo, Future engagements take Mary Katzarava the Teatro Comunale of Bologna to take on the role of Micaela (Carmen, Bizet), s Grand Théâtre de Lausanne para interpretar has Marguerite (Faust, from Gounod) and the Festival of Saint Denis in Paris with the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France directed by Michele Mariotti to sing the Ninth Symphony Beethoven.