Synonyms for barbarina or Related words with barbarina

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Examples of "barbarina"
She was the daughter of Barbarina Wilmont, later Barbarina Brand, Lady Dacre, and Valentine Henry Wilmont. She married Reverend Frederick Sullivan (1797-1873), vicar of Kimpton, Hertfordshire.
Barbarina Brand, Lady Dacre ("née" Ogle; 1768–1854), was an English poet, playwright, and translator.
In 2011, Gaspar made her debut with The Royal Opera as Barbarina in Le nozze di Figaro.
Barbara Campanini, known as La Barbarina, (7 June 1721 - 7 June 1799) was a famous Italian ballerina, one of the most important ballet dancers of the 18th century.
She was born Rosemary April Cantelo in Purbrook, Hampshire. She attended Chelmsford County High School for Girls. She studied in London under Vilém Tauský, Joan Cross, Imogen Holst and others. She sang in the Glyndebourne Chorus and then made her debut in Edinburgh in 1950 as Barbarina and Echo. In the first half of the 1950s she sang Barbarina, Countess Ceprano and Poussette at Covent Garden.
Having made her debut at the Royal Opera House, London, in 2012, for the 2013/14 season, Bijelić is singing the role of Barbarina in Mozart's "Le nozze di Figaro".
In 1988, Jo made her La Scala debut as Thetis in Jommelli's "Fetonte". That same year she made her debut with the Bavarian State Opera and sang Barbarina in "The Marriage of Figaro" at the Salzburg Festival.
He married, in 1846, Barbarina Charlotte Sullivan, daughter of Rev. Frederick Sullivan and sister of Admiral Sir Francis Sullivan, 6th Baronet. They had no issue. Lady Grey died at her residence Fairmile House, Cobham, on 23 March 1902.
A chorus of young peasants, among them Cherubino disguised as a girl, arrives to serenade the Countess. The Count arrives with Antonio and, discovering the page, is enraged. His anger is quickly dispelled by Barbarina, who publicly recalls that he had once offered to give her anything she wants, and asks for Cherubino's hand in marriage. Thoroughly embarrassed, the Count allows Cherubino to stay.
In 1993, performing with John Eliot Gardiner, Backes appeared as Barbarina in Mozart’s "Le nozze di Figaro" at the Théâtre du Châtelet of Paris, at the The Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, and recorded it for Deutsche Grammophon Archiv. She recorded with Gardiner also for Deutsche Grammophon Valetto in Monteverdi's "L'incoronazione di Poppea" and Papagena in Mozart's "Zauberflöte".
Other roles Sima has performed on stage include Barbarina in "The Marriage of Figaro", Berta in "The Barber of Seville", Esmeralda in "The Bartered Bride", The Fortuneteller in "Arabella", Flora in "La traviata", Giannetta in "The Elixir of Love", Papagena in "The Magic Flute", the Shepherd Boy in "Tannhäuser", Siebel in "Faust", and Xenia in "Boris Godunov" among others.
As a member of the Royal Swedish Opera her roles have included Barbarina and Susanna in "Le nozze di Figaro", Pamina in "The Magic Flute" (Mozart), Sandrina in "La finta giardiniera", Dorinda in "Orlando" (Handel), Tebaldo in "Don Carlos" (Verdi), Frasquita in "Carmen" (Bizet), Gabrielle in "La Vie parisienne" (Offenbach), Gretel in "Hansel und Gretel" (Humperdinck) and Sophie in "Der Rosenkavalier" (Richard Strauss).
Her operatic career began with Mozart, singing Servilia for Glyndebourne Touring Opera and Barbarina at Covent Garden under Bernard Haitink. She then sang Donizetti at Covent Garden and for the Glyndebourne Festival Opera she premiered the role of Mirror in Harrison Birtwistle’s "The Second Mrs Kong".
In the 2005–2006 season, Yunus returned to the Metropolitan Opera to reprise the role of Barbarina and also to portray the role of Poussette in "Manon". She also made her debuts with Port Opera and Austin Lyric Opera, both in the role of Zerlina in Mozart's "Don Giovanni".
During the season 2009-2011 Maffioletti was a member of the Gießen Opera House in Germany, performing roles such as Papagena and Queen of the Night (Magic Flute), Carolina (Il Matrimonio Segreto), Olympia (Tales of Hoffmann), Marja (Der Revisor), Raven (Sigurd, the Dragon Slayer), Valencienne (Die Lustige Witwe), Barbarina (Le Nozze di Figaro), Meroë (Die Großmüttige Tomyris) and Maria-Luisa (Goya).
Lord Dacre married Barbarina, daughter of Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle, 1st Baronet and widow of Valentine Wilmot, in 1819. The marriage was childless. He died at The Hoo, Hertfordshire, in March 1851, aged 76, and was succeeded in the barony by his younger brother, Henry. Lady Dacre died in London in May 1854, aged 86.
Following the directions in the letter, the Count has sent the pin back to Susanna, giving it to Barbarina. Unfortunately, Barbarina has lost it (aria: "L'ho perduta, me meschina" – "I have lost it, poor me"). Figaro and Marcellina see Barbarina, and Figaro asks her what she is doing. When he hears the pin is Susanna's, he is overcome with jealousy, especially as he recognises the pin to be the one that fastened the letter to the Count. Thinking that Susanna is meeting the Count behind his back, Figaro complains to his mother, and swears to be avenged on the Count and Susanna, and on all unfaithful wives. Marcellina urges caution, but Figaro will not listen. Figaro rushes off, and Marcellina resolves to inform Susanna of Figaro's intentions. Marcellina sings an aria lamenting that male and female wild beasts get along with each other, but rational humans can't (aria: "Il capro e la capretta" – "The billy-goat and the she-goat"). (This aria and Basilio's ensuing aria are usually omitted from performances due to their relative unimportance, both musically and dramatically; however, some recordings include them.)
Kim made her début at the Metropolitan Opera in New York in 2007 as Barbarina in Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro" and since then sang at the Met in the roles of Olympia in "Les contes d'Hoffmann", Zerbinetta in "Ariadne auf Naxos", Oscar in "Un ballo in maschera", and Blonde in "Die Entführung aus dem Serail". She sang the role of Chiang Ch'ing in the Met's première of John Adams's "Nixon in China".
In 2010 Brugger became a member of the San Francisco Opera's Merola Opera Program. From 2010-2012 she was a member of the Young Artist Program at the Los Angeles Opera (LAO). She made her debut with the LAO as Barbarina in "The Marriage of Figaro" in October 2010. She has since appeared with the LAO as the page in "Rigoletto" (2010), Musetta in "La boheme" (2012), and Pamina in "The Magic Flute" (2013).
Alessandra Marianelli (born 1986) is an Italian soprano. She made her professional debut in 2002 as Barbarina in "Le nozze di Figaro" and went on to sing leading roles in the opera houses of her native country and internationally. Her recordings include Amour in "Orphée et Eurydice" for Decca Records and Fiorilla in "Il turco in Italia" for Naxos Records. She also appeared in Carlos Saura's 2009 film "Io, Don Giovanni".