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    Sonya Yoncheva | soprano

    Francesco Ivan Ciampa | direction
    Orchestre national d’Île-de-France


    Sonya Yoncheva celebrates romantic opera and bel canto.

    Sonya Yoncheva
    Sonya Yoncheva © Julian Hargreaves, Sony Classical

    Opera arias
    Rossini Guillaume Tell
    Bellini Il pirata, Norma
    Verdi Aida, Nabucco

    Sonya Yoncheva proved her talent on stages all over the world. One of the distinctive qualities of this major artist is the particularly impressive range of her repertoire: She takes on the most virtuoso tragic roles - Violetta, Mimi, Norma, Tosca, Lucia... - as well as the heroines of the great French opera - Roméo et Juliette, Les Pêcheurs de perles, Faust, Thaïs - but also appears in operas by Mozart, Gluck and Cherubini, and excels equally well in Baroque masterpieces such as Giulio Cesare, Agrippina and Alcina by Handel. She has been a regular guest of the Grandes Voix for several years and is constantly innovating, always offering original programmes that draw on different eras and styles. 

    PRODUCTION Les Grandes Voix

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