The 'mezzo-soprano' Anita Rachvelishvili Debuts in Palau de les Arts this Sunday, 17 from January, with songs of Chaikovski, Failure, Rajmaninov and Tosti in the Main Hall at 18.00 hours.
The Georgian interpreter, one of the great divas of the current operatic scene, inaugurates the Les Arts activity in 2021 with this recital within the cycle ‘Les Arts és Lied’. Accompanied by the prestigious pianist Vincenzo Scalera, the 'mezzo-soprano' proposes a varied program for your visit to Valencia in which you will show off your versatility and seductive voice.
True to his commitment to vindicate the musical culture of his country, Rachvelishvili will begin the evening with 'The sun has faded', of his compatriot Otar Taktakishvili, to immerse yourself in the great names of the Russian repertoire, with lyrical pieces by Pyotr Tchaikovsky and Sergei Rachmaninov. The Slavic pieces will give way to the Italian Francisco Tosti with 'Non t'amo più', 'Ideal' y 'Sadness', to conclude with ‘Seven popular Spanish songs’ by Manuel de Falla.
For those interested, the seats for the recital of Anita Rachvelishvili within the cycle ‘Les Arts és Lied’ have a price range that oscillates between 20 Y 40 euros.
Arts, In its commitment to diversify audiences and address all forms of musical expression, it brings together the most recognized stars of the international circuit in this section of the program.
The next dates of ‘Les Arts és Lied’ include performances by the baritone Christian Gerhaher (12 February), one of the highest authorities in this musical form, la consagrada soprano Sonia Yoncheva (25 of April) y René Pape (16 of May), considered by critics as the best bass of his generation.
Georgian 'mezzo-soprano' Anita Rachvelishvili is one of the most recognized singers of today. He started his international career in 1999 with his debut in ‘Carmen’ at La Scala with Jonas Kaufmann, under the baton of Daniel Barenboim, after passing through the prestigious academy of the Milan Coliseum.
It did not take him long to re-embody the emblematic role in theaters such as the Metropolitan, German Opera de Berlín, the Staatsoper in Munich and Berlin, Seattle operas, San Francisco, Chicago, Dresden and Rome or the Verona Arena.
Likewise, has been acclaimed at the Paris Opéra, Covent Garden and the Vienna Staatsoper, among other temples of lyric. His first album, which collects a selection of famous arias for 'mezzo-soprano', has received formidable critical acclaim.