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Randall Craig Fleischer In 1995 Mr. Fleischer made his debut with New York City Opera conducting “The Magic Flute.” Mr. Fleischer’s operatic repertoire includes productions of La Bohème, Turandot, Tosca, Madama Butterfly, Don Giovanni, La Traviata and others.
Luigi Illica Luigi Illica (9 May 1857 – 16 December 1919) was an Italian librettist who wrote for Giacomo Puccini (usually with Giuseppe Giacosa), Pietro Mascagni, Alfredo Catalani, Umberto Giordano, Baron Alberto Franchetti and other important Italian composers. His most famous opera libretti are those for "La Bohème", "Tosca", "Madama Butterfly" and "Andrea Chénier".
Martha Sheil She later went on to specialize in the roles of Verdi and Puccini, sing the leading soprano roles of "Tosca", "Madama Butterfly", "Aida", and "Turandot". Sheil has also performed in Atlanta, Detroit, Cleveland, Los Angeles, Seattle, Hawaii, and the Kennedy Center, She is the recipient of many awards as both a singer and teacher, including the American Wagner Association Prize, the Minna-Kaufmann Ruud Competition and the 2014 Harold Haugh Award.
Géori Boué She made her Paris debut at the Opéra-Comique in 1939, as Mimi in "La Bohème" (singing in the 1,000th performance at the Salle Favart on 3 May 1951), and other roles there included: "Lakmé", "Manon" (singing in the 2,000th performance on 18 January 1952), and "Ciboulette" (first performance at the Opéra-Comique). Her debut at the Palais Garnier took place in 1942, as Marguerite in "Faust", and she went on to sing roles such as Juliette in "Roméo et Juliette", "Thais", Salomé in "Hérodiade", "Louise", Gilda in "Rigoletto", Violetta in "La traviata", Desdémone in "Otello", "Tosca", "Madama Butterfly", Tatiana in "Eugene Onegin", etc.
Martin Yates He made his conducting debut in 1983 with Israel National Opera in "Carmen", and appeared with them as guest conductor for two seasons, where he conducted "Tosca", "Madama Butterfly", "La bohème" and "La traviata". He came to UK notice making his Edinburgh Festival debut in 1988 with Leonard Bernstein's "On The Town", and thereafter conducted several major London musicals, including "The Phantom of the Opera" (Her Majesty's Theatre), "Miss Saigon" (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane), "Carousel "(Shaftesbury Theatre) and "Sunset Boulevard" (Adelphi Theatre). In 1995 he crossed back to mainstream classical music and has since appeared at several major opera houses including Helsinki, Stockholm, Oslo, Rome, Tokyo and the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.
Italians Most notable Italians composers include the Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Claudio Monteverdi, the Baroque composers Scarlatti, Corelli and Vivaldi, the Classical composers Paganini and Rossini, and the Romantic composers Verdi and Puccini, whose operas, including "La bohème", "Tosca", "Madama Butterfly", and "Turandot", are among the most frequently worldwide performed in the standard repertoire. Modern Italian composers such as Berio and Nono proved significant in the development of experimental and electronic music. While the classical music tradition still holds strong in Italy, as evidenced by the fame of its innumerable opera houses, such as La Scala of Milan and San Carlo of Naples, and performers such as the pianist Maurizio Pollini and the late tenor Luciano Pavarotti, Italians have been no less appreciative of their thriving contemporary music scene.
Hasmik Papian Her repertoire ranges from Mozart's "Donna Anna" (Don Giovanni), Rossini's "Mathilde" (William Tell), Halévy's "Rachel" (La Juive) and Bizet's "Micaëla" (Carmen), passing by Puccini's "Mimì" (La Bohème), "Magda" (La Rondine), Tosca, Madama Butterfly, Ponchielli's "Gioconda" (La Gioconda), and Boito's "Margareta/ Elena" (Mefistofele) to Tchaikovsky's "Lisa" (The Queen of Spades) and Richard Wagner's "Senta" (The Flying Dutchman). It contains twelve Verdi-roles: La Traviata, "Desdemona" (Otello), Aida, "Leonora" (Il Trovatore and La forza del destino), "Elisabetta" (Don Carlo), "Elena" (I vespri siciliani), "Amelia" (Simon Boccanegra), "Elvira" (Ernani), "Lady Macbeth", "Abigaille" (Nabucco), "Odabella" (Attila) as well as the Requiem. A central part for her is Bellini's Norma; she has appeared in this role among others at Vienna Volksoper, at the Regio of Turin, in Montreal, Baltimore, Detroit, Denver, Washington, D.C. and at the Metropolitan Opera New York, at Opéra de Marseille, Opéra de Montpellier, at the festivals Chorégies d'Orange (South of France) and Luglio Trapanese (Sicily), in Mannheim, Stuttgart, St. Gallen, Split, Rotterdam and at De Nederlandse Opera Amsterdam. The Amsterdam production has been released on DVD in October 2006. In January 2009, she has added another bel canto role to her repertoire: Queen Elizabeth I in Donizetti's Roberto Devereux (debut at The Dallas Opera).
Regina Resnik In April 1944 Resnik won the Metropolitan Opera Auditions of the Air, performing "Ernani, involami", and was offered a contract with that company for the 1944/45 season. Her debut at the Met was doubly dramatic – on one day's notice she substituted on December 6, 1944, for Zinka Milanov as Leonora in "Il trovatore" eliciting acclaim from the public, the critics noting that all the vocal "virtuosity" and her stage presence as an actress were very impressive. During the next decade, she offered twenty heroines: Donna Elvira and Donna Anna ("Don Giovanni"), "Fidelio", Sieglinde ("Die Walküre"), Gutrune ("Götterdämmerung"), Chrysothemis ("Elektra"), Rosalinda and Eboli ("Don Carlos"), "Aida", Alice Ford ("Falstaff"), "Tosca", "Madama Butterfly" and Musetta ("La bohème"). She was the Met's first Ellen Orford in "Peter Grimes" and created Delilah in the world premiere of Bernard Rogers' "The Warrior". She then also began a long association with the San Francisco Opera. As for the voice, it was a dramatic soprano which invited comparison with Rosa Ponselle. During these years, her teacher was Rosalie Miller and her life began with the legendary conductors Otto Klemperer, Bruno Walter, George Szell, Fritz Reiner, William Steinberg and Erich Leinsdorf.
Eliane Coelho At that house, she performed dozens of roles, including: Maria in "Maria Stuarda", Giulietta in "The Tales of Hoffmann", Elettra in "Idomeneo", Donna Anna in "Don Giovanni", Salomé in "Hérodiade", Hélène in Verdi's "Jérusalem", Elena in "I Vespri Siciliani", Abigaille in "Nabucco", Tosca, Madama Butterfly, Liù in "Turandot", Lady Macbeth, Lina in "Stiffelio", Maddalena in "Andrea Chénier" and many other roles. She also performed as a guest artist at the Vienna Volksoper as Tatiana in "Eugene Onegin" and as Abigaille, in 1992; at the Bavarian State Opera and at the Berlin Staatsoper as Salome, in 1995; at the La Scala, in Milan, as Madama Butterfly, in 1996; at the Opéra Bastille, in Paris, as Salome, in 1996; and in other important opera houses all around the world, from Manaus, in Brazil, to Tokyo. In 2003 she was Tosca in Luciano Pavarotti's Berlin farewell performance. Also in 2003, she sang her first Turandot in St. Gallen and Berlin and received much applause. In 1998, Eliane Coelho received the title of Kammersängerin in Vienna.
Oliviero De Fabritiis Oliviero De Fabritiis was born in Rome, where he studied with Refice and Setaccialo. He made his debut at the Teatro Nazionale in Rome in 1920, and later moved to the Teatro Adriano. He was artistic secretary at the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma from 1932 until 1943. He inaugurated the summer performances at the Baths of Caracalla in 1937, with "Lucia di Lammermoor". He conducted widely in Italy, notably in Verona from 1948 until 1980. He conducted many operas with Beniamino Gigli, with whom he also made famous recordings; "Andrea Chénier", "Tosca", "Madama Butterfly". In 1951 De Fabritiis conducted a series of performances in Mexico City with Maria Callas. In 1956, he conducted the television production of "Madama Butterfly", which launched Anna Moffo's career. That same year he conducted the soundtrack of a filmed "Tosca" with Maria Caniglia (voicing the on-screen Franca Duval), and Franco Corelli. He also conducted Leontyne Price in her first operatic album for RCA (a 1960 collection of Verdi and Puccini arias, known as "The Blue Album"), and Luciano Pavarotti, Mirella Freni and Montserrat Caballé in a recordings of "Mefistofele".