Annalisa Stroppa, Carmen

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Few people have such an affinity with the vocalism of the Italian mezzo-soprano Annalisa Stroppa as the star of Bizet's Carmen. He has sung in various scenarios since he debuted in 2011 en el Teatro Sociale di Trento (Italy) to resume at the Opéra-Théâtre de Limoges (France), Bregenz Festival. . . . .text complete

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After getting a great success in Carmen last course of the season Alfredo Kraus of the Friends of the Opera de Canarias (ACO), Annalisa Stroppa back in May to Las Palmas to play the delicious Dorabella, one of the protagonists of the coral. . . . .text complete

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With these words Annalisa Stroppa defines the character of Bellini's opera Norma defend the days 2, 4, 5 Y 7 December in his anticipated return to the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires: "Adalgisa is a fascinating role Norma faces of love, pero a quien. . . . .text complete

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Faust Charles Gounod (1818-1893) Opera in five acts Libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré, based on the play Faust et Marguerite (1850) Michel Carré and the homonymous work (1808) de Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. New production of Teatro Real , coproduced with De Nationale Opera &. . . . .multimedia

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  Live excited by a profession for which has been prepared respecting the times. No hurry, as do those who know and love lyric. Its smooth and glazed voice and expressiveness on stage, have made it increasingly demanded on stage and the. . . . .multimedia

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Annalisa Stroppa

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After inaugurating two consecutive seasons during the Teatro alla Scala in Milan with Madama Butterfly and Andrea Chénier, Italian mezzo-soprano Annalisa Stroppa participate in September at the opening of the Teatro Real in Madrid as Siebel in Gounod's Faust raising the curtain of the opera Coliseum. . . . .text complete

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Annalisa Stroppa return to the stage of La Scala in Milan for the opening of the season 2016-2017, this time playing the delicate role of Suzuki in Madama Butterfly, masterpiece of Puccini. “Estoy muy feliz y me siento muy honrada de poder participar en la prestigiosa apertura de. . . . .text complete

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Recent commitments of the Italian opera singer Annalisa Stroppa have led successfully to the public del Liceu in Barcelona, last November, to play the role of Ascanio in Berlioz opera recently represented Benvenuto Cellini, under the stage direction of Monty Python Terry Gilliam, Y. . . . .text complete

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Having opened the season 2015/16 a double debut, singing the role of Suzuki (de Madama Butterfly) in the National Opera of Paris, la mezzosoprano italiana Annalisa Stroppa vuelve este curso ante el público del Gran Teatre del Liceu de Barcelona para interpretar el rol de Ascanio en. . . . .text complete

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The Italian mezzo-soprano Annalisa Stroppa, after opening the season of the Liceu in Barcelona last year, will inaugurate the National Opera of Paris in September with a double debut: It will be his first performance at the Opéra Bastille, en un rol Puccini; it will be as Suzuki, de Madama Butterfly, uno. . . . .text complete

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Italian mezzo-soprano Annalisa Stroppa will get this April in the skin of Rosina, personaje and star of The Barber of Seville, Rossini, that has brought him so much success in his unstoppable international. Lo hará en una nueva producción de la Fondazione Arena di Verona en el Teatro Filarmonico. . . . .text complete

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Mezzo-soprano Annalisa Stroppa continues its unstoppable international career taking on new projects. Recognized for its stylistic adequacy romantic bel canto, for his prodigious timbre and phrasing, Italian interpreter has earned a place of exception in the main European stages. Después de comenzar el curso inaugurando. . . . .text complete

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