23 november 2020 Real Primi On The Burgas Stage In Primadonna-Donna-Donna!
Magnificent emotion was created by the three opera primas - Maria Tsvetkova-Madzharova, Nona Krasnikova, Joana Kadiyska and the pianist Mira Iskarova at the concert performance Primadonna-Donna-Donna on Friday night at the Opera Hall!
The program, conceived as an elegant passage through various stylistic works, was presented with ease, artistry, charisma, finesse and a pinch of humor.
The participation of the bass and artistic secretary of the Burgas Opera Delyan Slavov was original, who in today's concert was in the role of the leading "provocateur", in the positive sense - of the primates, who took part in a noble stage competition in which the only winner was the audience!
"I admire the level of the presented musical performance and the magnificent performances!", еnthusiastically shared Kalina Dvoretska, a loyal fan of the State Opera - Burgas and a connoisseur of classical music.
Thanks to the loyal fans of classical music who attended the Opera Hall on Friday night!
The program included:
Carmen's Habanera from the opera of the same name by Georges Bizet - performed by Ioana Kadiyska. Carmen is a seductress, any man can have her. "If I love you, beware of her," she sings in her aria.
Margarita's aria from the opera "Faust" by Charles Gounod, performed by Maria Tsvetkova-Madzharova. Margarita is a poor girl, she finds the jewelry left by Mephistopheles and dreams of how beautiful she will be when her Faust sees her so beautiful.
Salome's aria from Op. Jules Massenet's Herodias is performed by Nona Krastnikova. "He is sweet, he is kind, his words are sincere, speaking everything is silent" - Salome dreams.
Duo Bakarola from op. "Hoffmann's Stories" by Jacques Offenbach: "Good night, night sweeter than day, night of love"
Leonora's aria from Giuseppe Verdi's Troubadour is performed by Maria Tsvetkova-Madzharova. The cry of desperate love, which in the fourth act Leonora turns in vain hope to see her beloved Manrico released.
Aida's aria from the opera of the same name by Giuseppe Verdi. Aida is in love with an enemy of her people, he goes to fight with his father's army and she has a divided love for the homeland and the father to choose or for the man.
Princess de Bouillon's aria "Adriana Lecouvreur" by Francesco Chilea, performed by Ioana Kadiyska. "Bitter pleasure, sweet torment, slow agony, quick protection… for the lover who waits anxiously." A strong woman in love waits
"The Kiss" by Luigi Arditi - "If I could only kiss you on the lips, I would tell you all the pleasures of love…"
"After a Dream" by Gabriel Faure, performed by Nona Krasnikova. "You called me and I left the earth to fly to the light, the heavens did not make their way through the clouds, we saw unknown pleasures, heavenly fires"
"I Don't Love You" by Kurt Weil, performed by Ioana Kadiyska. "Shut up, I'm on my knees, the fire is out, the door is closed. Don't ask me anything, I'm crying, that's all… I don't love you, darlings ..."
"The Ways of Love" by Francis Poulenc, performed by Maria Tsvetkova-Madzharova. "Paths of love, I seek you unceasingly… sacred paths of love"
"Yukali" by Kurt Weil - Yukali is the dream country, but it is a dream and a dream - there is no Yukali…
"Johnny" by Benjamin Britton, performed by Nona Krasnikova. Dreamy Johnny keeps slipping away, he's built like the Eiffel Tower, she wants to marry him, love and honor him, but he frowned like a storm and left…
"The Man I Love" by George Gershwin is played by Ioana Kadiyska. "One day he will come, the man I love will be big and strong - the man I love. And when I meet him, I will do everything to keep him.
"Summer time and life is easy ..." George Gershwin, performed by Maria Tsvetkova-Madzharova
Thanks to the team of Channel 0 RN Mediagroup and the journalist Maria Moskova, who broadcast the video of the Burgas Opera specially prepared for the event, as an announcement for the concert - in the morning block of Burgas TV, on November 20, as well as for the detailed report in the news programs on Channel 0 on Sunday, November 22nd.