Elina Garanča

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Elina Garanča

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Born in a family of musicians in Latvia, Elina Garanča began her professional career as a resident artist at the Südthüringischer Staatstheater in Meiningen (Germany). After that she was a resident artist at the Frankfurt Opera, consolidating herself as one of the best mezzo-sopranos with the main opera companies and symphony orchestras of the world. Acclaimed by the critics and public, she will debut at the Teatro Colón with the Philharmonic of Buenos Aires.

I PART

JACQUES OFFENBACH
(1819 – 1880)
Obertura de Orfée aux Enfers

PIETRO MASCAGNI
(1863 – 1945)
Voi lo sapete (aria de Cavalleria rusticana)

FRANCESCO CILEA
(1866 – 1950)
Io son l’umile ancella (aria de Adriana Lecouvreur)

CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS
(1835 – 1921)
Bacanal (de Samson et Dalila)

CAMILLE SAINT-SAËNS
Mon coeur s’ouvre à ta voix (aria de Samson et Dalila)       

FRANCESCO CILEA
Acerba voluttà (aria de Adriana Lecouvreur)

II PART

MANUEL DE FALLA
(1876 – 1946)
Danza Española Nro.1 (de La Vida Breve)

FRANCISCO ASENJO BARBIERI
(1823 – 1924)
Canción de Paloma (de El barberillo de Lavapiés)

PABLO LUNA CARNÉ
(1879 – 1942)
De España vengo (de El Niño Judío)

GEORGES BIZET
(1838 – 1875)
 Preludio (de Carmen)
Habanera (de Carmen)
Chanson Bohème (de Carmen)

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MEZZOSOPRANO

Elīna Garanča

Elīna Garanča nació en una familia musical en Riga, Letonia. Estudió en la Academia de Música de Letonia con su madre. Ganó la competencia de canto Mirjam Helin en 1999 y fue finalista en la BBC Cardiff Singer of the World Competition de 2001.

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Enrique Arturo Diemecke

General Artistic and Production Director of the Teatro Colón since 2017, he has been music director of the Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra for 14 years and artistic director of the Flint Symphony Orchestra for 31 years, in Michigan (US).

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Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra

Created in 1946 with the name of "Municipal Theater Symphony Orchestra", it was the first exclusively symphonic official orchestra of the city of Buenos Aires. Its first regular directors were the teachers Lamberto Baldi and Jaime Pahissa.