Marina Rebeka: Studying deeply music is essential in becoming a good singer. The music is the language & has its grammar which is the solfeggio, its syntax which is the harmony & has its expression which is the literature. I think it’s essential to be prepared, to understand also the musical form of a certain piece.

Since her international breakthrough at the Salzburg Festival in 2009 under the baton of Riccardo Muti, Rebeka has been a regular guest Read More

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Zoltan Nagy: Opera still manages to touch people. You’re never indifferent. It awakes or opens a universe of feelings. I could cry each time I hear Traviata’s Addio del passato or Gioconda’s Suicidio. As well as I can laugh every time on Rossini’s masterpieces, or close my eyes and enjoy Wagner’s Overture of Meistensinger.

Zoltan Nagy started his international career as the youngest ensemble member of the Vienna State Opera. Recognized by opera critics for his Read More

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Jongmin Park: Of course, it is important to gain fame as an opera singer. But not everyone can become a star, which is why we should always keep in mind that with our music we have the power to peacefully reconcile a society divided by political and social conflicts. We should be proud and grateful for what can make us happy in life.

South Korean bass JONGMIN PARK has distinguished himself as one of the the most outstanding operatic singers of his generation. He was Read More

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Lisette Oropesa: The passion for the music must never fade, otherwise there will be enough to discourage them from even trying to stick with it. The love of the art form must never be corrupted, despite any negativity that can be deeply painful. There must be a strength and a vulnerability. In this career, you cannot have only one.

Known for her vivid portrayals, LISETTE OROPESA has achieved worldwide acclaim for her seamless vocal technique, expressive musicality, linguistic affinity, and stylistic Read More

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