Rusalka

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Rusalka

Descripción

OPERA IN THREE ACTS (1901)
MUSIC BY ANTONIN DVOŘÁK
LIBRETTO BY JAROSLAV KVAPIL, BASED ON CZECH FAIRYTALES BY KAREL JAROMÍR ERBEN AND BOŽENA NĚMCOVÁ

The Czech composer Antonin Dvorák wanted to compose a folk opera and in just a few months he produced one of the most performed operas in the history of the Czech Republic since 1900 (over 500 performances just in 1946). Rusalka, a water nymph from the mermaid family -many say that the libretto is based on Slavic legends but also on Hans Christian Andersen's historical tale- is the expression of the composer's melodic gift. The story of the nymph who wants to be human for the love of a prince arrives to the Teatro Colón for the first time, with the famous aria "Song of the Moon". A metaphor for the bond between human beings and nature and a fantastic love story.

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Rusalka, Op. 114 by Antonin Dvorak. Original editor: Dilia Praha. Exclusive representative: Barenreiter-Alkor

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CONDUCTOR

Julian Kuerti

Born in Canada, he is one of the most significant interpreters of orchestral and operatic music worldwide.

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Permanent Orchestra

It is one of the oldest symphonic groups in Argentina.

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STAGE DIRECTOR

Enrique Singer

He studied drama in the career of dramatic literature and theater at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. He has been an actor, stage director, teacher and theater producer participating in more than 60 productions in the most important theaters in Mexico.

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Miguel Martínez

He began studying piano at the School of Fine Arts in Quilmes and finished his studies at the National Conservatory of Music in Buenos Aires.

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Stable Choir

The Stable Choir of the Teatro Colón was created in 1925. In its first season it was directed by Achille Consoli and César Stiattesi. The following year, Rafael Terragnolo took over, and he continued to lead the Coro for twenty-five years.

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SOPRANO

Ana María Martínez

Born in Puerto Rico, she studied at Juilliard School and perfected her skills at the Houston Grand Opera. Among her most important works her roles as Micaela in Carmen at the Metropolitan Opera and Rusalka at the Glyndebourne Festival (United Kingdom) stand out.

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SOPRANO

Daniela Tabernig

The Argentine-Austrian soprano is a graduate of the "Constancio Carmigno" Institute (Paraná). She completed her singing studies at the ISATC and at the National Conservatory of Athens.

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TENOR

Dmitry Golovnin

He studied at the St. Petersburg Conservatory (Russia) and at the Hochschule für Musik (Germany). He has played roles as Frederick in The Arlesian, Prince Myshkin in The Idiot, Grishka in The Invisible City of Kitezh, among others.

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TENOR

Fernando Chalabe

Graduated from the ISATC, he sang in Aida, Andrea Chénier, Doña Francisquita, Onieguin, The Gold of the Rhine, The Nightingale and Boris Godunov, among others.

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BASS

Ante Jerkunica

Born in Croatia, he performed in The Magic Flute, Macbeth, Oneguin, Huguenots and Boris Godunov. 

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BASS-BARITONE

Mariano Gladić

He began his musical training at the Luis Gianneo Conservatory in Mar del Plata. He moved to Buenos Aires to train as an actor with various teachers, such as Héctor Bidonde, Rubén Szuchmacher, Helena Tritek and Claudio Martínez Bel (clown).

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MEZZO-SOPRANO

Elisabeth Canis

She studied at ISATC and perfected in repertoire with Heather Harper and Robert Sutherland in London. She won first prize in the New Argentine Lyrical Voices Competition and the distinction Notable Youth of the Wagnerian Association.

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MEZZOSOPRANO

María Luján Mirabelli

She graduated from the ISATC in Lyric Singing, and has performed roles as Adalgisa, Maffio Orsini, Sara de Nottingham, Elizabetta, Jane Seymour and Leonora in the most important theatres in Argentina and other American countries.

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SOPRANO

Marina Silva

She studied at the Music School of Rosario National University and completed her Master's Degree in Lyrical Singing at ISATC. She received the 2009 Revelation Artist Award by the Music Critics Association of Argentina.

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SOPRANO

Sabrina Cirera

She studied at the Alberto Ginastera Conservatory and continued her studies with Carmen Sensaud, Ana María Gonzales, Rozita Zozulia and Eduviges Picone.

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