Synonyms for lirico or Related words with lirico
Examples of "lirico"
" (1991) for violin and orchestra.
Theatre, located on Republica de Cuba street
Thiago Arancam (born 6 February 1982, São Paulo) is an Italian-Brazilian
DavidMichael Schuster (born 1952) is a "
spinto" tenor born in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States.
"Composizione 7", for double quartet and chamber orchestra. First performance: Milan, Teatro
Carol Theresa Vaness (born July 27, 1952) is an American
Maika Ceres (born July 19, 1987) is a Uruguayan classically trained
-spinto soprano singer and songwriter.
di Cagliari is an opera house in Cagliari. It is the main theatre of the city.
Rubén Domínguez was a Venezuelan
-spinto tenor. He is recognized for his work within the
-spinto repertory, as well as works by Bellini and Donizetti. He played many verismo roles such as Canio in "Pagliacci". He also played Otello, Mario Cavaradossi, Manrico, Radamés and Calaf.
Il piccolo Marat is a "dramma
" or opera in three acts by the Italian composer Pietro Mascagni from a libretto by Giovacchino Forzano.
Currently, they are distributed by Outside (CAN), Nail (USA),
(JAP), The Orchard (Digital World). To date, Boompa has released 59 catalogues of music.
Born in Catania, Sicily, Scuderi made her debut at the "Teatro
Coccia" in Novara playing Leonora in "Il Trovatore" (November 1925). Scuderi studied under Matteo Adernò.
His vast repertory included baroque through contemporary composers, and many authors composed works especially for him, for example the "Concerto
per violino e orchestra" by Valentino Bucchi.
Zoran Todorovich () is German opera singer of Serbian origin. He is
-spinto tenor, and started his career in Belgrade, Serbia, where he was born.
Cura's first starring role came in 1993 in "Signorina Julia" by Bibalo at the Teatro
Giuseppe Verdi in Trieste, Italy.
She made her debut as Mimi in "La bohème", in 1940, and sang throughout Italy in the standard
-spinto repertory, encompassing works by Mozart, Puccini and Verdi.
Ernani is an operatic "dramma
" in four acts by Giuseppe Verdi to an Italian libretto by Francesco Maria Piave, based on the play "Hernani" by Victor Hugo.
: versi postumi di Silvia De Caro Mirrione; edited by Antonio Mirrione and Carlo Cataldo, ed. Campo, Alcamo (1987)
(known until 1894 as the Teatro alla Canobbiana) is a theatre in Milan, Italy. In the 19th and early 20th centuries it was particularly notable for opera performances, including the world premieres of Donizetti's "L'elisir d'amore" and Giordano's "Fedora". The theatre, located on Via Rastrelli, closed in 1998. However, a restoration project was begun in April 2007, and it was due to re-open in 2009 as the Teatro
In April 2007, after several false starts, work was begun to renovate and modernise the theatre while keeping the Piermarini facade and the basic design of the original interior. When it re-opens, it will be called the Teatro
Giorgio Gaber in honour of the Milanese singer, songwriter, actor and playwright who had frequently performed at the Teatro
from the early 1960s until its closure in 1998. The renovated theatre will also house the archives of the Fondazione Giorgio Gaber.
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