03 december 2019 Opera Gala With The Music Of The Great Verdi

On December 5, at 7 pm, at the Opera Hall, in the VIVA VERDI gala, the richness of their timbre and emotional stage presence will be presented by soprano Ioana Zhelezcheva, Lyudmila Mihailova, Nona Krastnikova, mezzo-soprano Daniela Dyakova and Yoana Kadiyska, tenors Petar Yani Nikolov, baritones Alexander Krunev and Valery Turmanov, bassists Delyan Slavov, Diman Panchev, and Kostadin Mechkov. The Opera Gala is part of the December program of the State Opera - Burgas.

The brilliant set of arias, duets, and ensembles of opera masterpieces by Giuseppe Verdi will be accompanied by the orchestra and people of the State Opera - Burgas. The young maestro Tsanislav Petkov will conduct an impressive program presenting masterpieces from the creative treasury of one of the most performed composers worldwide. The conductor of the choir in Nevena Mihaylova, concertmaster - Yordan Kovachev.

The rich program of the VIVA VERDI Opera Gala will feature Overture from the opera The Power of Doom, arias from Nabucco and Macbeth, arias and duets from Simon Bocanegra, Mask Ball and Don Carlos, Choir Jews and the Nabucco Ensemble, the Aida Turtets, the Rigoletto Quartet, the Matavori Choir, and fortune-tellers. The bravura finale of the VIVA VERDI Opera Gala will be the Gloria d'egitto Triumphal Stage, in which all the soloists who participated in the gala evening, along with the choir of the Burgas Opera, will be on stage.

State Opera - Burgas has prepared a pleasant holiday surprise for the audience of the opera gala VIVA VERDI / - at intermission, everyone will have the opportunity for a toast with a glass of wine - in the name of the greatness of the eternal music of the Italian composer.

Giuseppe Verdi is one of the most influential artists of the nineteenth century, his masterpieces predominate in the repertoire of opera theaters around the world, even a century and a half after its creation. Going beyond the classical opera genre, some iconic music themes such as La donna è mobile from Rigoletto, Va, Pensiero by Nabucco, Libiamo ne 'lieti calici by Traviata, and the Triumphal March from Aida, have gained a halo of timeless musical motives that have earned popularity among a wider audience. Giuseppe Verdi has authored more than 20 operas, some of which have been recognized as masterpieces in classical opera. World-renowned opera artists have also contributed to the great popularity of Verdi's work - such as Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo, Andrea Bocelli, Anna Netrebko, and many others whose mission is to promote the opera genre and be a national opera genre and to be a part of the opera genre. the messages of the classics and the expectations and attitudes of contemporary audiences.