Emily D’Angelo: Debut in Carnegie Hall

Mezzo-Soprano Emily D’Angelo sings her recital debut in the Carnegie Hall accompanied by pianist Sophia Muñoz. The program consists of a variety of songs by Alma Mahler, Béla Bartók, Jeanine Tesori and Alexander von Zemlinsky among others. The concert is an acknowledgement of each composer and the characteristics and history that they have in common. The concert takes place in the Zankel Hall, Carnegie Hall on April 20.
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Siphokazi Molteno: Don Giovanni’s Inferno at the Royal Danish Opera

Siphokazi Molteno sings her debut at the Royal Danish Opera in a new opera production by the Danish composer and stage director Simon Steen-Andersen. Don Giovanni’s Inferno is a modern opera based on the final act of Mozart’s Don Giovanni and explores the aftermath. Siphokazi sings the Mezzo-soprano part and is accompanied on stage by Soprano Fanny Soyer, Baritone Cody Quattlebaum, Bass baritone Damien Pass, Tenor Fredrik Bjellsäter and bass Geoffroy Buffière. The opera is conducted by Bassem Samir Akiki and can be experienced on April 20, 25, 27 and May 2, 4 and 9.
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Keri-Lynn Wilson, Rolando Villazón, Olga Kulchynska: Rebuild Ukraine benefit Gala in Berlin

Rolando Villazón and Olga Kulchynska join the Rebuild Ukraine benefit gala under the baton of Maestra Keri-Lynn Wilson in Konzerthaus Berlin on April 19, 2024. Together with other world renowned and Ukrainian stars accompanied by the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin they will perform this benefit concert under the patronage of the President of the European Commission, Dr. Ursula von der Leyen and the Mayor of Berlin, Kai Wegner.
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Regula Mühlemann: Concerts in Bern

Regula Mühlemann sings two concerts with Berner Symphonieorchester under the baton of Alexander Soddy in Casino Bern on April 18 and 19. The soprano presents songs of Alyabyev, Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky and Glières concert for Coloratura soprano.
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Keri-Lynn Wilson: Symphony concert with the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra

Maestra Keri-Lynn Wilson conducts a symphony concert with the title “Variations For Friends and About Friends” with the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra. The program consists of Diptych for string orchestra by the ukranian Composer Myroslav Skoryk, Edward Elgar’s Enigma Variations and Max Bruch’s Concerto for two pianos and orchestra in A flat minor. The double piano concerto is performed by the two winners of the Kaunas Piano Fest Competition 2022, Kamilė Zaveckaitė and Marcel Lazăr. The concert takes place on April 13 in the National Philharmonic Concert Hall in Vilnius.
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Sylvia D’Eramo: Micaëla at the Jacksonville Symphony

Sylvia D'Eramo sings Micaëla in Georges Bizet’s Carmen at the Jacksonville Symphony on April 12 and 14, 2024. The soprano joins the cast Avery Amereau in the title role and Eric Taylor as Don José in the production of Gregory Keller.
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Rolando Villazón: Mozart’s Il re pastore in Budapest

Rolando Villazón joins Christina Pluhar and her ensemble L'Arpeggiata at the Béla Bartók National Concert Hall in Budapest for a concert performance of Mozart’s Il re pastore on April 16, 2024. Villazón presents Alessandro in Mozart’s early work alongside the soprano Emőke Baráth as Aminta.
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Mirjam Mesak: Recitals in Estonia with pianist Ewa Danilewska

The Estonian soprano Mirjam Mesak, accompanied by the pianist Ewa Danilewska, gives recitals in her home country on April 12 (Vändra) and April 13, 2024 (Põltsamaa).
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Emily D’Angelo: Recital in Filarmónica de Bilbao with Pianist Sophia Muñoz

On April 13, Mezzo soprano Emily D’Angelo and her regular accompanist Sophia Muñoz give a concert in Filarmónica de Bilbao, Spain. The program consists of a variety of songs by Alma Mahler, Béla Bartók, Jeanine Tesori and Alexander von Zemlinsky.
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