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INTERNATIONAL OPERA AWARDS Madrid 2022 Barno Ismatullaeva, Serena Saez, Jessica Pratt, Francesco Demuro, Nadine Sierra, Xabier Anduaga, Nardus Williams

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  • Published by: OperaVision  
  • Date Published: 2022  
  • Format: Streaming
  • Quality Video: 4 Audio:4
  • Subtitles: nosubs  
  • This Recording is NOT AVAILABLE from a proper commercial or public source
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PROGRAMME

La vida breve. Interludio y Danza española. Manuel de Falla
Teatro Real Choir

Madama Butterfly. ‘Un bel dì vedremo’. Giacomo Puccini
Barno Ismatullaeva, soprano

El barbero de Sevilla. ‘Me llaman La Primorosa’. Gerónimo Giménez y Manuel Nieto
Serena Saez, soprano

Lucia di Lammermoor. Gaetano Donizetti
Jessica Pratt, soprano
Francesco Demuro, tenor

Macbeth. ‘Patria opressa’. Giuseppe Verdi
Teatro Real Choir

I puritani. Vincenzo Bellini
Nadine Sierra, soprano
Xabier Anduaga, tenor

Le nozze di Figaro. ‘E Susanna non vien…Dove sono…’. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Nardus Williams, soprano

Doña Francisquita. Coro de románticos. Amadeo Vives
Teatro Real Choir

Teatro Real is host of the 2022 International Opera Awards ceremony. Live from Madrid, OperaVision streams the complete ceremony featuring an exciting array of categories including: Equal Opportunities and Impact 5:42 Philanthropy 11:40 Rediscovered Work 19:48 World Premiere 21:17 Digital Opera 25:46 Lifetime Achievement Award 31:33 Female Singer 35:35 Male Singer 37:56 Festival 39:45 Leadership 43:45 Sustainability 1:15:36 New Production 1:19:13 Rising Talent 1:23:49 Recording (Complete Opera) 1:44:50 Recording (Solo Recital) 1:48:46 Conductor 1:52:52 Designer 2:04:40 Readers’ Award 2:07:55 Opera Company 2:13:46

Founded in 2012 and known as opera’s Oscars, the International Opera Awards are the annual celebration of excellence in the international opera scene. The awards aim to recognize and reward success, create scholarships for emerging talent and raise the profile of opera. This year’s jury, composed of opera professionals, is chaired by John Allison, editor of Opera magazine. The ceremony is in English with an excellent programme of live performance, detailed below.

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