Synonyms for amonasro or Related words with amonasro

amneris              radames              escamillo              santuzza              manrico              sparafucile              mefistofele              germont              turiddu              nedda              abigaille              scarpia              cavaradossi              pollione              otello              cherubino              telramund              capuleti              barbiere              montecchi              adalgisa              pagliacci              norina              marzelline              torvaldo              cavalleria              zerbinetta              zerlina              nannetta              idomeneo              ernani              rodelinda              rigoletto              giorgetta              ramfis              ermione              idamante              freni              ismaele              tamerlano              rinuccio              trovatore              dinorah              elisir              maschera              gavazzeni              frasquita              puritani              leoncavallo              masetto             



Examples of "amonasro"
Amonasro appears and makes Aida agree to find out the location of the Egyptian army from Radamès (Aida, Amonasro: "Ciel, mio padre! .. Rivedrai le foreste imbalsamate" / "Once again shalt thou gaze."). When he arrives, Amonasro hides behind a rock and listens to their conversation.
McFerrin's debut role at the Met was Amonasro, the Ethiopian king, in "Aida". He sang for three years at the Metropolitan Opera, seven times as Amonasro, once as Valentin in "Faust" and twice in the title role of "Rigoletto".
Amanislo appears as Amonasro, King of Ethiopia in Verdi's "Aida," following the scenario written by Auguste Mariette.
His major stage debut was as Amonasro in a 1907 production of "Aida" at the Teatro Regio in Parma. The power and size of his voice created a sensation, and he soon was alternating Amonasro with Marcello in "La bohème" and Gerard in "Andrea Chénier". About Viglione Borghese's impact on the Italian opera scene, Edgar Herbert-Caesari said:
Notable roles included; Don Giovanni, Valentin, Zurga, Escamillo, Golaud, Germont, Renato, Amonasro, Scarpia, Riccardo in "I puritani", opposite Joan Sutherland, Alfonso in "La favorite", Wolfram, Telramund, etc.
Other important debuts were at the Bregenz Festival as Amonasro (Verdi's Aida) in 2010, at Teatro Nacional de São Carlos Lisbon as Posa (Verdi's Don Carlo) in 2011.
During a concert tour of the USA in 1960, he appeared at the Metropolitan Opera as Amonasro. He died in Moscow.
His New York Metropolitan Opera debut came in 1919, as Amonasro. He remained there until 1923, singing most of the major Italian baritone parts.
Radamès returns victorious and the troops march into the city (Chorus, Ramfis: "Gloria all'Egitto, ad Iside" / "Glory to Egypt, to Isis!"). The Egyptian king decrees that on this day the triumphant Radamès may have anything he wishes. The Nubian captives are rounded up, and Amonasro appears among them. Aida immediately rushes to her father, but their true identities are still unknown to the Egyptians, save for the fact that they are father and daughter. Amonasro declares that the Nubian king (he himself) has been slain in battle. Aida, Amonasro, and the captured Ethiopians plead with the Egyptian King for mercy, but the Egyptians call for their death (Aida, Amneris, Radamès, The King, Amonasro, chorus: "Che veggo! .. Egli? .. Mio padre! .. Anch'io pugnai" / "What do I see?.. Is it he? My father?").
Claiming the reward promised by the King, Radamès pleads with him to spare the lives of the prisoners and to set them free. Gratefully, the King of Egypt declares Radamès to be his successor and to be his daughter's betrothed (Aida, Amneris, Radamès, The King, Amonasro, chorus: "O Re: pei sacri Numi! .. Gloria all'Egitto" / "O King, by the sacred gods ..."). Aida and Amonasro remain as hostages to ensure that the Ethiopians do not avenge their defeat.
He quickly established himself as the leading dramatic baritone of his time, in roles such as Rigoletto, Count de Luna, Renato, Carlo, Amonasro, Alfio, Gérard, but was also admired as Figaro and Hamlet.
Shaw spent 15 seasons at Covent Garden and was best known for his performances as Amonasro, Tonio, Ford, Iago, Telramund, and Scarpia. He toured all over Australia, Europe, and the United States. He died in Sydney in 2003, aged 78.
The singing voices were provided by Renata Tebaldi (Aida), Ebe Stignani (Amneris), Giuseppe Campora (Radamès), Gino Bechi (Amonasro) and Giulio Neri (Ramfis). Yvette Chauviré and Léonide Massine are the dancers in the ballet with the Rome Opera Ballet.
Meliciani was also active on the international stage. In 1961 he made appearances at the Liceu, the Wiesbaden Opera House (Riccardo in Bellini's "I puritani"), the Greek National Opera, and the Théâtre de Beaulieu in Lausanne (Rigoletto). The following year he performed at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City. In November 1968 he made his United States debut with the Philadelphia Grand Opera Company as Amonasro to Elinor Ross's Aida and Nell Rankin's Amneris. He returned to Philadelphia to sing Rigoletto to the Gilda of Roberta Peters (1970) and Amonasro to the Radamès of Richard Tucker (1970–1971). He also appeared at the Connecticut Opera in 1970.
In order to make their escape easier, Radamès proposes that they use a safe route without any fear of discovery and reveals the location where his army has chosen to attack. Upon hearing this, Amonasro comes out of hiding and reveals his identity. Radamès feels dishonored. At the same time, Amneris and Ramfis leave the temple and, seeing Radamès with their enemy, call the guards. Amonasro and Aida try to convince Radamès to escape with them, but he refuses and surrenders to the imperial guards.
Doss made his debut at Milan's La Scala in 2004 in the role of Escamillo in "Carmen". Since then, he has been a regular performer at La Scala, most recently in the role Amonasro in the opera's production of Verdi's "Aida" on July 6, 2009. In 2009, Doss performed the roles of Mephistopheles in Gounod’s "Faust" with Opera Tampa, Amonasro in Verdi's "Aida" at La Scala and in Tel Aviv (with La Scala on Tour), Jochanaan in Strauss' "Salome" with the Deutsche Staatsoper Berlin, and Premysl in Janáček's "Šárka" with La Fenice in Venice.
Bonini retired from the stage in 1927, after which he lived in Milan where he taught singing. Other roles which he performed during his career included Alfonso in "La favorita", Amonasro in "Aida", Barnaba in "La Gioconda", Nélusko in "L'Africaine", Renato in "Un ballo in maschera", Scarpia in "Tosca", and Valentin in "Faust". He died in Milan at the age of 65.
Protti was born in Cremona. He studied in Parma, and made his debut in Pesaro, as Figaro, in 1948. He made his La Scala debut in 1950, as Amonasro, and sang there for many years. He sang widely in Italy and Europe in the standard Italian repertory, earning a reputation for being "one of the most reliable baritone in the business".
He portrayed as Amonasro (Aida) in 2007 and as Major Domo in Tjajkovskij's Pique Dame at Oper der Stadt Bonn. He performed as Scarpi (Tosca) in 2008 and as Rigoletto at Värmlandsoperan in 2009. He was Marcello (La Bohème) at Opera på Skäret in 2010.
In 1910 and in 1912, the couple participated together in concerts in Vienna and Yanina played the title role in "Aida" by Verdi. Critics wrote "Sir Michael Shuisky of the Municipal Theatre in Linz, in the role of Amonasro in "Aida", with his wife Yanina Shuisky performing as Aida, gave an outstanding vocal performance."