Anna to Make South American Debut This SummerPublished: 5 April 2013
The National Symphony Orchestra of Colombia has announced that this summer Anna Netrebko will make her South American debut in a concert with Erwin Schrott at Bogota's Teatro Mayor. The two singers will unite on July 12 for a one-night-only appearance titled "Dos voces una passion,” performing a program of arias, duets, and art songs with the orchestra under the baton of Maestro Eugene Kohn. Find tickets and program information here.
Anna Netrebko makes role debut as Tatiana in Eugene Onegin at Vienna State OperaPublished: 29 March 2013
On April 12, Anna makes her role debut as Tatiana in the Vienna State Opera's highly anticipated production of Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin, opposite baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky as the title character and under the musical direction of Andris Nelsons. Repeat performances take place on April 12, 15, 18, and 22. Find more information and tickets here.
Anna is to reprise the role of Tatiana in September 2013, when she will open the Metropolitan Opera's season for the third consecutive time in a brand new production of the romantic tragedy by Deborah Warner under the baton of Valery Gergiev. This will mark Anna's first time singing in her native tongue at the famed opera house since she made her debut there in 2002 in War and Peace. Find more information here. The production will also open the 2013-14 season of the Met: Live in HD simulcast series, which will reach 64 countries live on October 5.
Anna Netrebko to make role debut as Lady Macbeth with Bavarian State OperaPublished: 22 March 2013
The Bavarian State Opera has announced that next season, Anna is to make her role debut as Lady Macbeth opposite baritone Simon Keenlyside in a much-anticipated revival of Verdi's Macbeth. The production, part of the Munich Opera Festival, takes place on June 27 and July 1, 2014 and will be conducted by Paolo Carignani with staging by Martin Kušej. Anna and Simon Keenlyside join a cast that includes Ildar Abdrazakov as Banquo and Joseph Calleja as Macduff. Find tickets and more information here.
Anna Travels to Beaver Creek, Colorado for March 25 RecitalPublished: 15 March 2013
On March 25, in a rare American recital appearance, Anna joins pianist Brian Zeger for a one-night-only performance at the Vilar Performing Arts Center in Beaver Creek, Colorado. On the program, she will sing opera arias and art songs, some of which are new to the soprano’s repertoire. More information is available here.
This Saturday Anna makes Lyric Opera of Chicago debut in La bohèmePublished: 6 March 2013
Although Anna Netrebko has sung at nearly all the world’s leading opera houses, prompting Opera News to dub her “diva assoluta del mondo,” there has been one company that until now has been absent from her list: the Lyric Opera of Chicago. All this will change on March 9, when the soprano makes her debut at the Civic Opera House with her signature portrayal of Mimì in La bohème, which she sings for six performances opposite Joseph Calleja’s Rodolfo, in a new-to-Chicago production by Louisa Muller. Netrebko and Calleja head a strong cast, with Elizabeth Futral as Musetta, Lucas Meachem as Marcello, Andrea Silvestrelli as Colline, and Emmanuel Villaume on the podium (March 9–28). Select tickets are still available on the Lyric’s website here.
The soprano’s Chicago appearances follow the recent Deutsche Grammophon DVD release of her hit performance in La bohème at the 2012 Salzburg Festival, where she starred with Piotr Beczala in a modern-dress staging by Damiano Michieletto. Click here to watch the trailer.
Anna Netrebko Opens Metropolitan Opera's 2013-14 Season as Tatiana in Tchaikovsky's Eugene OneginPublished: 26 February 2013
Anna Netrebko makes her house role debut as Tatiana in a new, season-opening production of Tchaikovsky’s romantic tragedy Eugene Onegin on September 23. The production will also open the 2013-14 season of the Met: Live in HD movie theater simulcast series on October 5, reaching opera lovers in 64 countries around the world.
Eugene Onegin marks Anna's third consecutive Met season-opening gala and her first time singing in her native tongue at the New York house since she made her debut there in 2002 in War and Peace. Valery Gergiev returns to the Met to conduct the opening performances of the production, staged by acclaimed English director Deborah Warner in her Met debut. Mariusz Kwiecien sings opposite Anna in his first Met performances as the imperious title character, a much-admired interpretation he has sung in many of the world’s leading opera houses. Find tickets and more information here.
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