Acclaimed Soprano Deborah Voigt in Recital at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
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The last date listed for Soprano Deborah Voigt in Recital was Sunday January 14, 2007 / 7:30pm.
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A scandal when it first debuted, Giuseppe Verdi's La Traviata went on to become the composer's most popular opera. Featuring some of the world's best known arias, this bittersweet love story is a glorious depiction of the opulent Roaring '20s. La Traviata tells the grand story of the beautiful, pleasure-loving but frail Violetta Valéry, who unexpectedly finds true love with a younger man, resulting in tragic consequences. One of opera's greatest romances, La Traviata returns in Marta Domingo's dazzlingly updated art deco-inspired production. Nino Machaidze, one of LA Opera's favorite leading ladies, returns as Violetta, with Arturo Chacón-Cruz as her handsome Alfredo. The incomparable Plácido Domingo returns in one of his newest signature roles, as a father determined to do the right thing. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
“A personal and artistic triumph. Ms. Voigt, who looked great, exuded confidence and won a tumultuous ovation. What matters, though, is that she sang thrillingly…I have never heard her sing with such fearless intensity.” —New York Times
“Her singing was gleaming and voluptuous, its power and warm, womanly vocal quality undiminished…Voigt poured out the grueling final scene in mad exultation of opulent, radiant tone.” —Chicago Tribune
Deborah Voigt’s concert will include rarely heard art songs of Verdi, R. Strauss, and Respighi, and also will feature Mozart’s little known “Eine kleine deutsche Kantate,” written in the final year of his life, contemporary with “The Magic Flute” and the Requiem. In addition, Ms. Voigt will sing American lieder of Amy Beach and Leonard Bernstein.
Though audiences are familiar with this great dramatic soprano’s presence in the larger-than-life world of opera, hearing her voice in the simplicity of an intimate song recital promises to be a revelation.