Maria Chiara Italian soprano born 1939

Maria Chiara Italian soprano born 1939 Maria Chiara italiensk sopran med framgång i Verona

Maria Chiara was born in Oderzo and studied at the Venice Conservatory and in Turin with bass Antonio Cassinelli and soprano Maria Carbone. She made her debut in Venice in 1965, as Desdemona in Otello.

Maria Chiara Italian soprano born 1939

Maria Chiara (born 24 November 1939) is an Italian lyric soprano.
She was born in Oderzo and studied at the Venice Conservatory and in Turin with bass Antonio Cassinelli and soprano Maria Carbone. She made her debut in Venice in 1965, as Desdemona in Otello.
She frequently performed roles from the operas of Giacomo Puccini and Giuseppe Verdi, including Aida (a La Scala production directed by Luca Ronconi is available on DVD), Violetta Valéry in La traviata, and the title roles in Tosca and Madama Butterfly. Although retired as a performer, she remains active in the training of new singers.

På svenska

Maria Chiara debuterade 1965 som Desdemona i Otello vid en föreställning i Dogepalatset i Venedig. Sina största framgångar vann hon på arenan i Verona. Där hon bl.a. har sjungit Aida, Liù i Turandot och Odabella i Verdis Attila, men hon har också varit gäst på många scener världen över. 1987 sjöng hon Aida i templet i Luxor tillsammans med Plácido Domingo.Maria Chiara italiensk sopran i Verona

Metropolitan Opera

[Met Performance] CID:251720
La Traviata {645}
Metropolitan Opera House; 12/16/1977
Debut: Maria Chiara
[Met Performance] CID:251770
La Traviata {646}
Metropolitan Opera House; 12/21/1977
[Met Performance] CID:251810
La Traviata {647}
Metropolitan Opera House; 12/24/1977
[Met Performance] CID:251870
La Traviata {648}
Metropolitan Opera House; 12/31/1977
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