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    Aleksandra Kurzak soprano

    Opéra de Limoges Orchestra
    Robert Tuohy direction


    Aleksandra Kurzak
    Aleksandra Kurzak © Kasia Paskuda

    Puccini Preludio sinfonico
    Leoncavallo « Quel fiamma... Stridono lassu » , aria from Pagliacci
    Cilea Adriana Lecouvreur, Intermezzo
    « Ecco respiro appena... Io son l’umile ancella », aria from Adriana Lecouvreur
    Mascagni Cavalleria Rusticana, Intermezzo
    Verdi « D’amor sull’ali rosee » , aria from Il Trovatore
    Puccini Suor Angelica, Intermezzo
    « Vissi d’arte », aria from Tosca
    Dvořák Slavonic Dance, Op. 46 No. 8
    « Mesicku na nebi hlubokem », aria from Rusalka
    Moniuszko Halka, Overture
    « Ha dzieciątko nam umiera... O mój maleńki », aria from Halka
    Tchaïkovski Eugene Onegin, Polonaise
    « Puskai pogibnu ya », letter scene from Eugene Onegin

    Born in Poland and trained at the Hamburg Staatsoper in the early 2000s, soprano Aleksandra Kurzak is now a diva who divides her time between the Paris Opera, Covent Garden and the Metropolitan in New York. Her mellifluous tone, rich warmth, powerful high notes and magnificent piani are equally appealing in Verdi, Puccini and Massenet. After Puccini in love and love duets with her partner Roberto Alagna last season, she is back in the very heart of the 19th century repertoire in this solo recital for some of the finest arias.

    Production Les Grandes Voix