GRAN GALÀ LIRICO

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GRAN GALÀ LIRICO

GRAN GALÀ LIRICO by Miskolc Symphony Orchestra

 

9th August 2023

 

Outside Chiesa San Giorgio

 

(In case of bad weather at polyfunctional room De Marchi in via Roma)

 

FREE ENTRANCE

 

Soprano: GUZEL ERHEZEN

 

Tenor RENZO ZULIAN,

 

Baritone GIUSEPPE ALTOMARE

 

Program:

 

Sinfonia, da “La forza del Destino” di G. Verdi (Orchestra)

 

Pace, pace, da “La forza del Destino” di G. Verdi (Soprano)

 

Come un bel dì di Maggio, da “Andrea Chénier”, di U. Giordano (Tenor)

 

Credo in un dio, da “Otello” di G. Verdi (Baritone)

 

Duetto dei Fiori, da “Lakmè” di J. Delibes (Soprano/Mezzosoprano)

 

Ballabili, da “Aida” di G. Verdi (Orchestra)

 

Duetto, da “Il trovatore” di G. Verdi (Soprano/Baritone)

 

Intermezzo, da “Manon Lescaut” di G. Puccini (Orchestra)

 

Vissi d’arte, da “Tosca” di G. Puccini (Soprano)

 

Prologo, da “Pagliacci” di R. Leoncavallo (Baritone)

 

Nessun dorma, da “Turandot” di G. Puccini (Tenor)

 

Duetto, da “Die lustige Witwe” di F. Lehar (Soprano/Baritone)

 

Ballabili, da “Otello” di G. Verdi (Orchestra)

 

Duetto, da “Andrea Chénier” di U. Giordano (Soprano/Tenor)

 

 

MISKOLC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA UNGHERIA was established on the 1st of November 1963 and has been one of the most magnificent cultural institutions within the region – at the same time one of the most prominent performers on the national musical stage ever since. Its founding conductor was Péter Mura who managed the orchestra as a director and conductor until his retirement in 1984. He also set the underlying operation protocol for the orchestra (consisted initially of 55 members), developed its repertoire and elaborated its particular euphonious tone. From 1984, the artistic director and first conductor of the orchestra had been László Kovács. The 50th anniversary of the establishment of the orchestra was celebrated in the season 2013/2014. With this jubilee started a new period in the history of the orchestra, which brought considerable changes in the artistic and management branches. In May 2014 the Mayor of Miskolc named the new chief conductor, Tamás Gál and a new executive of the orchestra Krisztina Szászné Pónuzs. From 2018 the artistic director of the orchestra is the Ferenc Liszt, Bartók-Pásztory and Prima prize owner, Mátyás Antal, who has been the artistic director of the Hungarian National Choir for decades. The orchestra performs more than eighty concerts in each program season in the frame of subscription series and individual concerts. The orchestra have two self-organized season ticket. The Hangforrás (Source) season ticket includes four concerts; the program is built every year on some musical specialties. In the seven evenings of Tűzvarázs (Firemagic) season tickets, a number of popular music performances can be seen by the audience who love the serious music. In addition, they also play the Filharmónia Magyarország Nonprofit Kft. Season ticket. The series of youth concerts also play an important role in the activity of the orchestra. Vast majority of the traditional subscription performances were held at the House of Arts’s concert hall in Miskolc. In the recent years the Promenade concerts have become popular: they are held in the Summer Theatre of the National Theatre, Miskolc; their programmes are in harmony with the moods of the summer and late summer evenings. These moods are reflected in the title and the programme of the newest CD called Promenade, issued by the Hungarian Symphony Orchestra Miskolc in November 2013. The ensemble is also present in a number of unique and permanent programs in the city’s life. Every year there are Christmas concert and New Year’s Eve concerts for example. The orchestra frequently performs in other domestic cities – including the auditoriums of Budapest – as well as abroad. Its international contacts evolve dynamically and its recognition has spread over the national borders, partly due to the CD recordings of the last decades (one of them: Leó Weiner’s symphonic poem Toldi was awarded with Diapason d’Or in 2009). A considerable part of the CD recordings contains rarely played masterpieces, including compositions of Ernő Dohnányi, Leó Weiner and Jenő Hubay for instance; some of them are world première recordings. A set of three CD recordings comprising the works of Sándor Veress was made during the nineties. Several contemporary music pieces were played by the Hungarian Symphony Orchestra Miskolc for the first time. The most prominent and internationally recognized Hungarian and foreign conductors and soloists are featured as guests at the concerts held in Miskolc, including Oliver von Dohnányi, Yuri Simonov, Kobayashi Ken-Ichiro, Marco Balderi, Rico Saccani, Mika Eichenholz, Karolos Trikolidis, Piotr Anderszewski, Shlomo Mintz, Lylia Zilberstein, Patricia Kopatchinskaja, Sergei Nakariakov and last but not least, Lorenzo Castriota Skanderbeg, who has guided this orchestra for the last 4 years and is a respected, loved and most welcome main guest conductor of the orchestra, having found a team-work with all the wonderful musicians that is echoed in the wonderful sound and colours of this perfect synergy. They often have guest performances throughout the country, in the capital, as well as on the stage of more prestigious European concert halls; for example in the fall of 2016 they played Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake for six times with the Ballet Company of Teatro alla Scala in Milan, in the Paris Convention Centre, occasionally in front of nearly 4000 people. The orchestra played under the baton of the excellent conductor Rossen Milanov. For the third time, MSO is tourning Italy with a great Opera Galà program. In March of 2017 they have spent a week in Notthingham, where they were involved in the Nutcracker beside the St. Petersburg Classical Ballet. In the fall of 2017 they have performed a Disney concert in Athens, in February 2018 they have played a Mozart programme at the Champs-Elysées Theater in Paris, and in August they have played at a prestigious festival, at the Les Nuits de la Citadelle in South France, Sisteron. Recently the concert series of Ravenna which name is Ravenna Musica started with the orchesra’s concert in Italy. The Hungarian Symphony Orchestra Miskolc had a major challenge, namely to find a personality to get ready for the 21st century. The musicians got themselves a leader who started off with the objective of preparing the orchestra to serve the altering needs of audience. In M° Castriota Skenderbeg they have finally found this leader. All this can be said that the Hungarian Symphony Orchestra, Miskolc is a growing cultural value of the city of Miskolc, and it receives even more appreciation both in Hungary and in abroad.

 

 

LORENZO CASTRIOTA SKANDERBEG conductor, was born in 1964. He acquired graduate degrees in trumpet (1984), orchestral instrumentation and musical arrangement (1989), composition and conducting (1990) at the Conservatory of Music “Santa Cecilia” of Rome. His career as conductor began at an early age of 17, when the famous M° Giuseppe Patané took him as assistant “under his wings”. From 1983 until the premature death of M° Patané, he collaborated constantly with this great maestro and extraordinary tutor, perfecting himself in the Italian operatic repertoire. He also studied with M° Franco Ferrara and M° Leonard Bernstein. He works as conductor and composer at various opera houses and symphonic institutions in Italy and abroad: Orchestra Sinfonica di San Remo, Orchestra Sinfonica Abruzzese, Orchestra Filarmonica di Salerno, Orchestra Sinfonica di Lecce, Orchestra Sinfonica di Tirana, Teatro dell’Opera di Roma (Cenerentola), Teatro San Carlo di Napoli, Opera di Bonn (Traviata/Carmen), Beethovenhalle Bonn, Opera di Plovdiv (Nabucco)Aida), Teatro Lirico di Cagliari (La Bohème), Filarmonia di Roma, Teatro Lirico di Bari (Rigoletto/Otello/Turandot), Teatro Verdi di Trieste (MacBeth), Teatro Lirico di Grosseto (Ottello/Traviata/Trovatore/Rigoletto/Butterfly/Cavalleria Rusticana etc.), Filarmonica Marchigiana, Regionale del Lazio, I Solisti Aquilani, Filarmonici di Roma, Opera of Costanza (Romania) (Aida), Opera of Spalato (Croatia) (Werther/Nabucco), Teatro Cervantes of Malaga (Farewell Concert Galà of Raina Kabajwanska), Slovenian National Opera of Maribor (Slovenia) 6 Opera seasons, Teatro Pergolesi di Jesi (Butterfly/Medium), National Art Center, Daejeon (Korea) Aida, the Symphonic Orchestra RTV Slovenia (guest conductor) and the Philarmonic Orchestra of Oulu (Finnland). M° Castriota has been appointed Musical Director of The National Slovene Opera Theatre of Maribor (sng-Maribor) since 2004, after having been given Verdi’s Falstaff at very short notice, which became one of the most important successes of sng-Maribor. In 2011 he was appointed General Music Director at the Turkish National Opera (Samsun), conducting various productions, such as Attila, MacBeth, Butterfly, Ali Baba, Tosca, Ballo in Maschera, Merry Widow in Samsun, Ankara and Istanbul. His outstanding conducting skills have opened many doors to him in Turkey and annually he now conducts all major symphony orchestras (Bursa, Adana, Antalya, Izmir, Ankara, Istanbul etc.). He continues to guide the Turkish National Opera Theater in Samsun as its General Music Director, conducting this year Tosca, Ballo in Maschera, Trovatore and Manon Lescaut.

 

M° Castriota received a special acknowledgement in the 1st International Competition of Conducting “Franco Ferrara”; Teatro dell’Opera di Roma (1995).

 

Furthermore has he been entrusted with important artistic titles, such as: Chief conductor of the “Novi Musici” orchestra of Napoli; “Direttore Stabile” of the Orchestra Sinfonica Umberto Giordano della Provincia di Foggia, of the Orchestra Sinfonica della Città di Grosseto, Sinfonica d’Alessandria, the opera season of the festival of Santa Margherita Ligure, the Teatro Lirico di Grosseto and the Lyric Festival del Verismo, Foggia, the Oderzo Opera Festival and the Slovene National Opera and Ballet Maribor. In 1994-95 M° Castriota S. was appointed as Musical Advisor of the Bonner Werkstattsbühne for Contemporary Music.

 

In December 2000 he made his debut in Japan conducting Lyric Gala Recitals with Renato Bruson and the Filarmonici di Roma (I solisti di St.a Cecilia) and also conducted the Solisti Aquilani in a two week tournée in Great Britain. Again with I Solisti Aquilani, he conducted an important concert series, sponsored by the association “Baratelli”, consisting of works by the famous Estonian composer Arvo Pärt. In writing M° Pärt has stated that “he was very impressed especially with the “conducting artistry” of M° Castriota” and has expressed great desire to work together internationally in future projects”. This opinion was shared by his publisher, Eric Marinitsch of the Universal Edition, with whom M° Castriota has already begun an active collaboration. October 2002, M° Castriota conducted I Solisti Aquilani in a tournée in Spain (Festival of Segovia, Madrid and oth.). In December 2004 he was invited with his orchestra “Orchestra Città di Grosseto” to conduct at the 150 anniversary celebration of the Symphony Hall in Craiova (Romania), with a program of Beethoven, Brahms and Wagner (Wesendonk Lieder). Castriota substituted M° Zubin Mehta in the 2010 Toyota Classic Asian Tournée with the world-famous orchestra “Maggio Fiorentino”, conducting various programs in the principle opera and concert halls of Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Hanoi (Vietnam), Bangkok (Thailand), Brunej (Sultanat of Brunej), Mumbai (India), Manila (Philippines), Seoul (Korea), Taipei (Taiwan). His activity as composer is equally important, totalling at present some 30 works, all publicly performed. He collaborates with the recording company “Pentaphon” Italia. With Saturn Live Recordings he has produced “Il Trittico” (with Giuseppe Taddei), “La Traviata”, “Il Rigoletto”, “La Notte di un Nevrastenico” and “Compositions of the Great Symphonic Repertoire of the 1800”. In 2002 a CD with EMI has been produced, containing symphonic works by Mussorgsky and Respighi, recorded live with the Orchestra Sinfonica Umberto Giordano della Provincia di Foggia. With the famous actor Aldo Busanca he recorded together with the orchestra “La Classica di Alessandria) Prokofiev’s composition “Peter and the Wolf” in Italian. Not just a few of the great operatic singers who have sang under his baton, have praised him for his solid and profound conductorship and the sensibility of his interpretations, such as R. Kabaiwanska, G. Taddei, R. Panerai, R. Bruson, N. Martinucci, L. Carroli, G. Cebrian, M. Devia, C. Gasdia, K. Riccarelli, M.-P. Jonata, L. Bartolini, N. Rossi-Giorndano, S. Secco, G. Giuliacci, A. Rezza, E. Fiorillo, Mario Malagnini and many others. He was engaged for the first time this year at the 62nd Festival Pucciniano of Torre del Lago to conduct Tosca with an extraordinary cast. Tenor: Jorge de Leon, Soprano: Hui He and Baritone: Lucio Gallo. His success was of acclaimed importance, because M° Castriota replaced in the Season’s inauguration performance of Tosca (his performance should have been the second performance of Tosca) M° Veronesi after the opera’s first act, without having had any rehearsals with the cast and orchestra. This amazing success was based on the great appreciation from the audience, the national and international critics and the cast in regards to his musical and interpretative conducting. “Maestro, you make us dream” was the evening’s remark of one of the most respected critics at the festival. The granddaughter of the composer, Mme Simonetta Puccini, having attended the performance, wished to congratulate the M° in person and mention the outstanding technical and interpretational conducting talent of M° Castriota, “always more difficult to be found in nowadays Italian opera traditions”.

 

Together with Spalato Opera he was awarded the National Culture Prize 2003, conducting a very well received Nabucco in the Spalato Summer Festival. In September 2002 he was given together with Sen. Susanna Agnielli and On. R. Buttiglione, the Culture-Prize “Premio Europe Leader “Rocca d’Oro” for his international achievements as conductor in the music field. In 2008, Castriota was awarded the prestigious culture price “Sebetia-Ter” for the career (former winners: M° Riccardo Muti, M° Claudio Abbado, M° Aldo Cicolini). He was entrusted with the Presidency of the well received International Competition “Cappuccilli-Patané-Respighi” in Voice, Conducting and Composition organized by the national Chamber of Commerce of Italy, Confartigianato ANAP presented in different cities (Shangai, Chicago, Zurich, Alessandria, Grosseto). M° Castriota is tenured professor of conducting and orchestral tutorial and holds the university chair of conducting/orchestral tutorial at the “Istituto di alta cultura Lorenzo Perosi” Camposbasso, Italy.

 

 

NURDAN KÜÇÜKEKMEKCI  Soprano. Nurdan Küçükekmekçi was born in Samsun in 1968. She completed her soloist education at Dokuz Eylül University State Conservatory in 1993, and started to work as a soloist at Antalya State Opera and Ballet in 1999. She attended masterclasses of important artists such as Licinio Montefosco, Leyla Gencer, and Katia Ricciarelli. She was awarded the “Special Jury Award” as the best performer at the II. International Voice Competition. In 2008, she was awarded the “Artist of the Year” by the Mavi-Nota Music Newspaper. In the same year, she gave a concert with Turkish works in Helsinki upon the invitation of the Finnish Embassy.  In March 2010, she was invited to sing Verdi’s “Requiem” in Germany. Then, she sang the 9th Symphony of Beethoven and Carl Orff-Carmina Burana in Germany in 2011. In 2015, she was awarded the “Best Female Opera Singer of the Year” given by the Semiha Berksoy Opera Foundation. In 2016, she was deemed worthy of the “Female Opera Artist of the Year Award” at the Andante Donizetti Classical Music Awards. She has been continuing her vocal studies with Polish vocal coach Tenor Roman Werlinski since 2001. REPERTOIRE: La Boheme “Mimi”, La Traviata “Violetta”, Rigoletto “Gilda”, Carmen “Michaela”, Le Nozze di Figaro “Contes”, Don Giovanni “Donna Anna”, Zaide “Zaide”, Die Entführung Aus dem Serail “Konstanze” , Lucia di Lammermoor “Lucia”, Aida “Aida”,  Medea “Glauce”, Madama Butterfly “Cio cio San”, Rusalka “Rusalka”, Verdi: Requiem , Mozart: Requiem, Pergolesi: Satabat Mater, Carl Orff: Carmina Burana , Beethoven 9.senfoni, M.Palmer: Missa Tango, Faure: Requiem.

 

 

 

GIUSEPPE ALTOMARE After graduating with an honours degree in Political Science, Italian baritone Giuseppe Altomare studied at the Mozarteum, Salzburg with Rudolf Knoll and then with Iris Adami Corradetti, Pier Miranda Ferraro, Franco Corelli, A. Danieli, and Carlo Bergonzi. He is currently under the tutelage of baritone S. Carroli.

 

He began an international career with his debut at the Puccini Festival in Torre del Lago in Gianni Schicchi and Madama Butterfly, and has sung the leading baritone roles in Rigoletto, Otello, Macbeth, Un Ballo in Maschera, Nabucco, Simone Boccanegra, Il Trovatore, Don Carlo, Aida, La battaglia di Legnano, La Traviata, Stiffelio, La Bohéme, Tosca, Pagliacci, Don Giovanni, Le nozze di Figaro, Carmen, Hamlet, Faust, and Les Pechêurs de Perles in all of the major Italian opera houses including Teatro alla Scala di Milano, La Fenice di Venezia, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, Teatro Regio di Parma, Teatro Massimo di Palermo, Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, and Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa. Internationally he has performed in Berlin, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Bilbao, Nice, Moscow, Warsaw, Zurich, Lima and at the Seoul Art Center.

 

Highlights in recent seasons have included his debut at Teatro de las Bellas Artes in Mexico City as Iago in their new production of Otello; Emma Dante’s new production of Macbeth at Teatro Massimo di Palermo conducted by Gabriele Ferro; Francesco Micheli’s new

production of Lucia di Lammermoor with Riccardo Frizza and La Traviata at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice; Attila conducted by Daniel Oren and directed by Daniele Abbado at the Teatro Massimo di Palermo; his debut as Hermann in

Catalani’s Loreley at the Theater St. Gallen; his debut at the Budapest Opera House as Gianni Schicchi; La Traviata in Taormina (the Teatro Massimo di Palermo production); Aida, Tosca and La vedova allegra at the Teatro Lirico in Cagliari; La Bohème in Antibes (France) directed by Daniel Benoin; Madama Butterfly directed by Pier Luigi Pizzi at the National Theatre in Zagreb (the Opera Sferisterio Macerata production); Conte di Luna in Il Trovatore at the Teatro Bellini in Catania; and Scarpia in Tosca at the Teatro Marruccino in Chieti directed by Giancarlo Del Monaco.

 

Giuseppe Altomare is well known for the larger Verdi baritone roles, including Rigoletto (Teatro Regio di Parma directed by Pier Luigi Samaritani, Teatro Municipale di Piacenza conducted by Daniel Oren, Teatro Comunale di Ferrara, Seoul Art Center), Macbeth (with Opera Sferistero Macerata directed by Pier Luigi Pizzi and conducted by Daniele Callegari), and Iago in Otello (Teatro Bellas Artes, Mexico City). He has also been noted for his performances as Scarpia in Tosca (Teatro La Fenice di Venezia, Teatro Pergolesi Spontini Jesi, Teatro Nacional in Lima, and Teatro Goldoni in Livorno).

 

In the world of contemporary opera he has sung in Henze’s Pollicino, Britten’s Noye’s Fludde and Tutino’s Senso at the Teatro Massimo di Palermo; in Poulenc’s Les Dialogues des Carmelites under Riccardo Muti and Pizzetti’s Assassinio nella Cattedrale at La Scala di Milano; in Bacalov’s Estaba la Madre at the Teatro dell’Opera in Rome and as Mittenhofer in Henze’s Elegy for young lovers at Teatro Arriaga in Bilbao and at the Gran Teatro La Fenice in Venice.

 

With a broad repertoire encompassing chamber and sacred music as well as operatic roles, Giuseppe Altomare has worked with conductors such as Gavazzeni, Campori, De Bernard, Arena, Kuhn, Francis, Ranzani, Guingal, Bartoletti, Callegari, Oren, Renzetti, Metha, Muti, and with directors such as Degli Esposti, Di Stefano, Crivelli, Brockhaus, Fassini, Puggelli, Montaldo, Dodin, Carsen, De Tomasi, Cavani, Pizzi, Zeffirelli.

 

Noteable recording include Noye in Britten’s Noye’s Fludde with Teatro Massimo di Palermo; Macbeth for Naxos directed by Pier Luigi Pizzi; Carmen for Kikko Music; Dialogues des Carmelites for TDK conducted by Riccardo Muti; Gordano’s Il Re for Bongiovanni; Linda di Chamonix for Dynamic; Pizzetti’s Assassinio nella Cattedrale for Sony; and Macbeth for Dynamic directed by Dario Argento.

 

 

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