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December 5, 2020
ARTS & LEISURE

Felicia Filip recital at the Opera

After the successful recitals offered by the soprano Felicia Filip under the aegis of the Bucharest National Opera (ONB)’s “Ludovic Spiess” Opera and Ballet Experimental Studio, opera-lovers are invited to yet another special musical night, where the celebrated artist will play host.

Felicia Filip will appear, once again, before the public in a multi-facetted performance, a syncretic manifestation, in which opera is interwoven with light opera, ballet, as well as gospel and pop-opera. In this artistic journey, coordinated by Anda Tabacaru Hogea, Felicia Filip will be accompanied by pianist Ioana Maxim and her special guests, Antonela Barnat (mezzo-soprano), Hector Lopez (tenor), Corina Dumitrescu (prima donna of the ONB Ballet Company), Adrian Marcan (baritone, soloist of the Brasov Opera) and the pop-opera band Distinto.

Felicia Filip’s artistic personality, her sensibility and talent, her naturalness and spontaneity on stage, her brilliant voice made an impression from the very beginning of her career: “tonight’s most appreciated star”, “the new queen of La Traviata”, “an impressive beauty”, “a phenomenal voice”, “her voice will go down in history” … She is the world’s only singer to have won all the international “Mozart” awards, alongside countless other distinctions. Since 1990, she has been a soloist of the Bucharest National Opera.

She has a rich repertoire, which includes works by the greatest opera, operetta, lied and symphonic vocal music composers (Verdi, Rossini, Donizetti, Bellini, Mozart, Bizet, Puccini, J. Strauss, J. Offenbach, Beethoven, Schubert, Schu­mann). She has collaborated, in performances and concerts, with the likes of Montserrat Cabbalé, Roberto Alagna, Francesco Araiza, Juan Pons, Franco Farina, Salvatore Fisichella, Marcelo Alvarez or Fabio Armiliato.

She has built an impressive international career, appearing on the world’s greatest stages: the Covent Garden Royal Opera, the Opera Theatres in Vienna, Hamburg, Barcelona, Dresden, Frankfurt, Toronto, Toulouse, Bologna, Dortmund, Rotter­dam, Limoges, Rome (Vatican) and Toulon, the Royal Opera in Wallonie-Brussels.

The recital starts at 7pm, in the Opera’s Yellow Foyer.

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