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International singing fireworks - concert in Klementinum

A gala concert of beautiful arias from world opera and operetta with a welcome drink in the cast of 4 top singers from Canada, the USA, Korea, the UA, the Czech Republic in the breathtaking baroque Klementina Hall of Mirrors in the Old Town of Prague. The concert in Klementin is organized by the Sinton and Tanellno agency. Tickets are already on sale today on the website Colosseum Ticket.

Kaylee Norris 24-year-old American soprano. Although Kaylee is very young, she has a lot of experience on concert and theater stages as well as in international competitions. Her beautiful fresh and full voice and convincing acting have been loved by audiences in the US and Europe. Thanks to a tour with the Festival of American Opera, she also performed in the Czech Republic, among other places. Czech audiences could already see her as Donna Anna (Mozart's Don Giovanni) in the Estates Theater in Prague, and this summer on the same stage she will sing Countess Almaviva in Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro, or Fiordiligi in Così fan tutte in Berlin. In the Czech Republic, she successfully participated in the International Antonín Dvořák Competition in Karlovy Vary, where she became a semi-finalist. For the 2023-24 season, she will perform in Finland, Poland, Latvia and the USA.

Elizabeth Legierski is a Canadian soprano with Czech roots. Prague audiences could see her in the Estates Theater in The Marriage of Figaro by W. A. ​​Mozart as part of the American Opera Festival. In 2021, she gave an extraordinary performance in the role of Pasiphae in the world premiere of N. Palej's opera The Art of Love. Other world premieres include D. Burry's Venus in Pigmalion, Matthew Emery's My heart is heavy, E. D'Onofrio's Japonica and E. Tanovich's Letter from Laura Secord 1841 for soprano and string orchestra. With the North Bohemian Philharmonic under the direction of conductor N. Baxa, she sang the role of Markétka in Faust Ch. Gounod. She is a finalist in the Grand Prix J. Offenbach 2022 in Bad Ems, Germany. She performs the role of Nannetta from Verdi's Falstaff, regularly guesting in Sulmona, Italy as the Nurse in Puccini's Sister Angelica. She is also no stranger to musicals and jazz, which is due, among other things, to the fact that her homeland is North America.

Daria Guliaeva is a young successful soprano. She studied opera singing at the prestigious Academy of Music in St. Petersburg. Her successful career as an opera soloist began at the Jelena Obrazcovová International Music Academy, the St. Petersburg Academic Philharmonic and the Grand Philharmonic in St. Petersburg. At the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow, she sang Sister Angelica in the opera of the same name, Sister Angelica by G. Puccini. She won two prestigious competitions, the J.Sibelia International Singing Competition in Turku, Finland and the International Opera Competition in Setubal, Portugal. Since 2017, he has been working in the Czech Republic on concert and theater stages.

Dokyeun Kim is a South Korean bass player. He studied singing at the Chung-ang University in Seoul, the Konservatorium Wien Privatuniversität and the Musikhochschule in Freiburg. He is a finalist in the OSAKA International Music Competition in Japan. He made his European debut at the MuTh in Vienna in Rossini's Il viaggio and Reims. He is excellent as Sarastro (Mozart's Die Zauberflöte), Osmin (Die Entführung aus dem Serail), Sparafucile (Verdi's Rigoletto), Keeper (Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress), Gremin (Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin), Faraon and Ramfis (Verdi's Aida). He performs in Austria, in the Vienna "Opera festival tour", in the Korean Opera Theater in Seoul, South Korea, and others. His sonorous bass opened the doors to many opera houses. He has been invited for the 2023-24 season to sing The Magic Flute, Rigoletto and Aida on several theater stages in Asia.

Jelena Nosková, pianist of the National Theater in Prague, accompanies the concert on the piano.


koncert v Klementinu
koncert v Klementinu

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