Hibla Gerzmava sang the title role in the opera of Luigi Cherubini's "Medea"

Hibla Gerzmava sang the title role in the opera of Luigi Cherubini's "Medea" Luigi Cherubini opera "Medea" directed by Alexander Titel, on Thursday for the first time will be presented on the stage of the Moscow Musical Theater of Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko.

The title role will perform well-known singer in the world, "Russian golden soprano" Hibla Gerzmava, RIA Novosti reported with reference to the press service of the theater.

Felix Korobov - musical director of the performance. Natalia Muradymova will be the second Medea.

"Medea - one of the most difficult character in my career, in my repertoire. The work on this way in the music of Cherubini - a certain peak of my development, and as a singer and as a woman. I am grateful to my" home "Musical Theater of Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko and my boss Alexander Titel for the opportunity to "swim" in this music, where a lot of the Baroque, which I love very much, and this interesting role, "- leads the agency Hibla Gerzmava.

Luigi Cherubini lived most of his life in France. Cherubini - the author of several works of hymn to the glory of the French Revolution, the memory requiem King Louis XVI, composer and one of the founders of the Paris Conservatory, a teacher of an entire galaxy of French classics of the nineteenth century.

The premiere of "Medea" was held at the Paris Theater "Feydeau" in 1797, in the title role performed French opera star of those years, Angelique Julie Siu.

Hibla Gerzmava - People's Artist of Russia and Abkhazia, a graduate of the Moscow Conservatory. Since 1995 - soloist of the Musical Theater of Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko. World famous Gerzmava, which is called the "golden soprano Russia" brought performances at the Mariinsky Theatre, the Metropolitan Opera, London's Royal "Covent Garden", Vienna and Rome Opera, the Paris Opera Garnier. The repertoire Hibla Gerzmava major roles in "The Barber of Seville", "Ruslan and Lyudmila," "La Boheme," "La Traviata," "Don Giovanni" and others.

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