01 november 2019 Exciting "Тоska" Аt the Opera Hall

Yesterday, the immortal music of Giacomo Puccini - with the dramatic opera "Tosca", directed by Alexander Tekeliev (assistant director Petar Tiholov) - sounds in the Opera Hall. The audience experiences the tragic unleashing of two lovers, connected by the power and purity of their feelings, who dared to oppose the cruel rules of an even more violent world.
In the role of Flora Tosca, a magnificent dramatic construction was created by the soprano Nona Krastnikova. Drawing on the tragic image, she was able to unleash the beauty and power of her heroine's feelings, saturating the music party with solid dramaturgy, giving the audience the inspiration of her heroine. Mario Cavaradossi, Tosca's favorite, was tenor Daniel Damyanov, who was in artistic and emotional sync with his stage partner. They were able to excite the attendees through the sincerity and aesthetic justification of their messages.
In the image of the ruthlessly cruel Scarpia, the baritone Niko Isakov - a guest, with a strong stage presence and stylish vocal technique, reincarnated.
Remarkable was the image of the escaped prisoner Cesare Angelotti, who was represented by bass Diman Panchev.
The overall impact of the production also included the bass of Kostadin Mechkov, in the roles of the Gorge, tenor Yani Nikolov - as Spoletta, Peter Tiholov - as Sharon, Lina Peeva - in the role of Shepherd /as voice behind the scene/.
The conductor of the performance was maestro Ivan Kozhuharov, who, as always, managed to achieve a profound interpretation of the musical text.
The performance of the orchestra and the people of the State Opera - Burgas with the conductor Nevena Mihaylova took part