Galakonzert KS Edita Gruberova - Schedule, Program & Tickets

Galakonzert KS Edita Gruberova

Conductor | Marco Armiliato
Soloist | Edita Gruberova

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Marco Armiliato studied piano at the Paganini-Conservatoire in his hometown of Genova. In the 90s, he became intensely active in the big opera houses of the world. At the New York Met, he conducted Il trovatore, La Bohème, Stiffelio, Madama Butterfly, Sly, Aida, Turandot, La Fille du Ré­giment and Rigoletto, and at the San Francisco Opera La Bohème, Madama Butterfly, Turandot, La traviata, Tosca, Aida and Ca­valleria rusticana. At the Wiener Staatsoper, where he made his debut in 1996 with Andrea Chénier, he has conducted among others, Il barbiere di Siviglia, La Bohème, Carmen, Cavalleria rusticana, Don Carlo, L’elisir d’amore, Falstaff, La forza del de­stino, Lucia di Lammermoor, Manon, Manon Lescaut, Pagliacci, Simon Boccanegra, Stiffelio, Tosca, La traviata, Turandot and Werther. He received further engagements at the opera houses of Barcelona, Madrid, Zurich, Toronto, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Turin, Rome, at the Deutsche Opera Berlin, the Bavarian State Opera, at the ROH Covent Garden, at the Théâtre du Châtelet and Opéra Bastille in Paris, at the Hamburg State Opera and Verona. He is also internationally successful as a concert conductor.

KS EDITA GRUBEROVA was born in Bratislava and made her debut in 1968 at the Opera house of his hometown as Rosina (Bar­biere di Siviglia). She first performed at the Wiener Staatsoper in February 1970 as the Queen of the Night (The Magic Flute). She had her international breakthrough with the new production of Ariadne auf Naxos under Karl Böhm in 1976 as Zerbinetta. Since then, she is a guest at all the important international stages, among other at the Met, the Scala, the ROH Covent Garden, the Opéra National Paris, the Deutschen Oper Berlin, the Bayerischen Staatsoper, the Opernhaus Zürich, the Hamburgischen Staatsoper, the Teatro Comunale Florenz, the Liceu in Barcelona, the Salzburger Festspielen and at the Festival in Glyndebourne. At the Wiener Staatsoper, she has sung among others as Fiakermilli (Arabella), Oscar (Ballo in maschera), Rosina, Giulietta (Capuleti e i Montecchi), Norina (Don Pasquale), Adele (Fledermaus), Norma, Donna Anna (Don Giovanni), Lucia, Aminta (Schweigsame Frau), Manon, Maria Stuarda, Elvira (I puri­tani), Linda di Chamounix, Lucrezia Borgia and Elisabetta (Roberto Devereux). She is an Austrian chamber singer and an honorary member of the Wiener Staatsoper.​​​

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