Richard Strauss - Der Rosenkavalier, Op. Total Playing Time English German French Spanish Italian You may not know the name of Elina Garanca, but, if you're at all interested in singing, you will. She is a young Latvian mezzo-soprano, and a star in Europe. Garanca will make her splash here in due course. She has an attractive, rather dark voice, and loads of technique.
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A physical beauty, she will be welcome on any stage. And she is a compelling actress.
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Her latest album is called "Aria Cantilena". It is an inviting grab bag, containing several languages and styles. Garanca sings it more darkly than the beloved prima donna, but she has the requisite fire, and she clearly enjoys the Spanish language. The French repertoire is represented on this disc by Charlotte's Letter Scene -- and also by two fetching arias of Offenbach.
Garanca sings another pair of arias, these by Rossini. And they showcase her serious technique and ample personality.
Garanca is joined by two high-class friends: Adrianne Pieczonka, the Canadian soprano, and Diana Damrau, the German soprano. A range of repertoire, intelligently and stylishly sung -- an old-fashioned vocal anthology, to be cheered by all who love singing. Voice, technique, expression: full marks. It's a lovely voice, with special lustre at the top. Her scale-work and grupetti could be a lesson to many clear articulation of the most rapid passagework without aspirates or other non-legato devices.
She is a singer with already some illustrious achievements to her name and she thoroughly deserves the opportunities of a promotion such as this. This wide-ranging selection, with items sung in six languages, emphasises the versatility of the young Latvian mezzo, who has been attracting wide notice. There's vocal warmth throughout the range. Everything here sounds fine. Elina Garanca is a remarkable singer with a well-trained voice that is comfortable through its entire range; she can handle difficult coloratura with ease and lean on the voice enough to make a grand, dramatic sound.
The entire production is first-class, with chorus and soloists added to the numbers that require them, and Fabio Luisi leads the exemplary Dresden forces with style. The disc gives pleasure.
March On her first album with Deutsche Grammophon, two numbers by the Bel Canto composer make the strongest impression. In the finale from "La Cenerentola," she creates swirling corkscrews of sound, exhibiting reedy top notes and sterling technique, while a cavatina from "L'Italiana in Algeri" reveals the darker shades of her mezzo voice. As evidenced by her new CD, Elina Garanca's voice is one-in-a-million, allying grace and power to a commanding authority.
And that's what she's like in person: a statuesque blonde with a big voice and presence, who fields questions with cool amusement. Director Miller's verdict is unequivocal: ". In a word, she's wonderful! This young Latvian mezzo-soprano has a voice in a million, with grace and power allied to a commanding authority. An attractive reminder of the glamorous Latvian mezzo's bright-voiced versatility. September Keiner hustet, keiner raschelt, wenn Elina Garanca singt. Elina Garanca kann eben alles singen. Nur selten gelingt einer Mezzosopranistin eine Karriere als Operndiva. Mit Elina Garanca hat die Opernwelt einen neuen Star erhalten.
Mit ihr erobert das vielleicht toughste girl der Branche ein Pole Position. Kluge Frau. Und die ist, kurz gesagt, umwerfend. Nikolai Dahl, who, by freeing Rachmaninoff of his creative block, had made this work possible. Unable to separate a promising new work from a bad performance, the critics gave the sensitive year-old composer reviews that would devastate even a more seasoned artist. He sank into a deep depression. Despite a standing commission from the London Philharmonic to write a piano concerto, for several years he created almost nothing.grandaday.co.uk/ciziw-busco-mujer-soltera.php
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Nikolai Dahl was an internist who dabbled in the infant practice of psychiatry, including hypnosis. He was also a gifted amateur viola and cello player.
Premiered by Rachmaninoff with the Moscow Philharmonic on October 24, , its immediate success has never faded. Surely this is an evocation of the great bells of Russian churches, which fascinated Rachmaninoff from his childhood and inspired many stunning moments in his music. Also influenced by Russian Orthodoxy is the melancholy principal theme, which moves chant like within a narrow range.
The piano introduces the even lovelier second theme, pure Rachmaninoff and full of romantic yearning. After a brief development section announced by a brass fanfare featuring both themes, the chant theme returns in the strings, but now with the piano providing an incisive march tread beneath.
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A quiet prelude by muted strings opens the slow movement and moves the tonality from C minor to a very distant E Major. Then the solo clarinet offers the theme proper: a subdued, repetitive tune that will only find passionate release when the piano takes it on late in the movement. Rachmaninoff saves his loveliest music for the close: the woodwinds singing birdcalls mesh magically with the piano while the violins complete the melody. Another bridge prelude opens the finale. Here in the midst of much bold, aggressive music comes a surprise: the marvelous soaring melody, first heard in the plangent tones of solo oboe and viola, for which this concerto is so beloved.
Luisi, who invited her to become the first Artist-in-Residence of the Zurich Opera in , has also frequently featured Ms. In the U. Following triumphs in with Luisi and the Dallas Symphony and a six-week recital tour of the U. The recording includes both original Liszt compositions, such as the Ballade No.
She began studying the piano at the age of four and gave her first concert at nine in a live broadcast on Radio-France. When she was eleven, Ms. Are you looking to make a lasting impact that could help guarantee the vibrant future of live symphonic music in Northeast Indiana for generations to come? Orchestrate your legacy with a planned gift to the Fort Wayne Philharmonic.
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In , Ms. She assumed directorship of Fort Wayne Ballet in Their classes extend to pre-professional students looking to dance as a career, and children and adults who enroll for the love of dance. This season, Fort Wayne Ballet continues its collaboration with the Philharmonic in four performances of a full-scale production of Cinderella in March They collaborate with Fort Wayne Community Title One Schools and other area educational entities, such as YMCA, to increase the accessibility of arts education to under-served people in the region.
American born and trained, Maestro Troy Webdell has enthralled audiences for years with his ability to connect people through the language of music. His innovative programming and balance between contemporary music, world music and the standard orchestral repertoire has created a welcomed niche in the world of classical music. Webdell is the founder and conductor of South Shore Orchestra, a regional orchestra located in Valparaiso, Indiana.