A great commemorative concert in collaboration with some guest stars nowadays shining in the opera world, among which the great Olga Peretyatko, who will be the one paying tribute to the Italian Diva MARIA CALLAS.
The project, produced by ForTune Music and Shows, involves also such famous artists as Myrtò Papatanasiu, Maria José Siri, Marina Rebeka, Ekaterina Bakanova, Fiorenza Cedolins, the Italian actress Laura Morante and the world-renowned conductor Oleg Caetani.
- 23 July 2023 - Firenze, Piazza SS. Annunziata
- 30 July 2023 - Taormina, Teatro Antico
- 6 September 2023 - Taranto, Rotonda Lungomare Vittorio Emanuele III
- 9 September 2023 - Vicenza, Piazza dei Signori
- 28 September 2023 - Milano, TAM Teatro Arcimboldi
- 1 November 2023 - Praga, Smetana Hall
- 3 December 2023 - New York, Carnegie Hall
- 20 December 2023 - Vienna, Musikverein
The artists: a cast made of stars
Born and raised in St. Petersburg, she began her musical journey singing in the children's choir of the Mariinsky Theater.
She is one of the most popular singers on the international scene, after being the winner of the Operalia competition.
She sings regularly in the greatest theaters and concert halls: La Scala, Berlin Saatsoper, Royal Opera House Covent Garden, the Bolshoi, Metropolitan Opera, Aix-en-Provence Festival, Berlin Philharmonic, Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, Teatro Colón, and many others.
She has numerous recordings by her, some of which have won important international awards.
Maria Josè Siri
Born in Uruguay with Italian roots, she began her vocal studies in Montevideo, then perfecting herself at the Paris Conservatory and then with the great Ileana Cotrubas.
In 2002 you took your first steps on the stages of Uruguay and Argentina arriving in Europe in 2008 with Leonora in Il Trovatore at the Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa.
Since then her career has consolidated and is on the rise starting from 2016, when she inaugurated the Teatro alla Scala interpreting Madama Butterfly with great success with audiences and critics.
Awarded in 2017 with the Oscar della Lirica
She has sung all over the world, in the main theatres.
Latvian soprano Marina Rebeka is one of the leading opera singers of our time. She collaborates with leading conductors, including Riccardo Muti, Zubin Mehta, Antonio Pappano, Valery Gergiev, Fabio Luisi, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, and Daniele Gatti. The variety of her repertoire ranges from Baroque, through bel canto and Verdi, to Tchaikovsky and Britten.She made numerous recordings for the most important record labels (Sony, Deutsche Grammophone, etc.).
Since her international breakthrough at the Salzburg Festival in 2009 under the baton of Riccardo Muti, Rebeka has been a regular guest at the world’s most prestigious concert halls and opera houses, including the Teatro alla Scala (Milan), the Opéra National de Paris, the Metropolitan Opera (New York), the Royal Opera House Covent Garden (London), the Bavarian State Opera (Munich), the Vienna State Opera, and the Zurich Opera House.
Opera and oratorio singer, in his origins he combines the Russian roots of the Ural mountains, Mednogorsk, and the plain of Ukraine, Melitopol. He studied singing, piano and accordion. She developed her own artistic activity in Europe and, in particular, in Italy, becoming Italian by adoption. She is winner of numerous important international and national competitions, prizes and awards, she is a regular guest of the major opera houses in the world and collaborates with the most prestigious conductors.
Equipped with a dark, extended, expressive voice and remarkable interpreting skills, both in the agility lyric-dramatic repertoire and in the verismo repertoire, she therefore begins a fruitful and assiduous collaboration with the SPLIT FESTIVAL, as a guest singer. It is in the Dalmatian city that she debuts stylistically very different roles, but which allow her to experiment with her vocal and artistic abilities. Thus, with uncommon ductility, you cover the Italian and foreign repertoire, from Monteverdi in Il Combattimento by Tancredi and Clorinda to Carmina Burana, from Rossini's Moses to Strauss's Salome.
Laura Morante was born in Santa Fiora, in the province of Grosseto, into a family where culture and art are at home. In fact, her father is the writer and journalist Marcello Morante, Elsa's younger brother.
She has been involved in the stage since she was very young, where she made her debut with Carmelo Bene, for whom she performed in various theatrical pieces such as Riccardo III and S.A.D.E.
She is an actress of Theater and Cinema, she also worked as a director.
You have collaborated with Sergio Castellitto, Pupi Avati, Gabriele Salvatore, Paolo Virzì and many others.
She is certainly one of the most popular actresses in Italian cinema.
Oleg Caetani, one of the greatest conductors of his generation, moves freely between symphonic and opera repertoire. Caetani has conducted all over the world including: La Scala in Milan, the Mariinsky in Saint Petersburg, the Royal Opera House in London, the Opera House in San Francisco, the Musikverein in Vienna, the Lincoln Center in New York, the Suntory Hall in Japan, the Sydney Opera House, the Accademia of Santa Cecilia in Rome, the Staatskapelle Dresden, the Munich Philharmonic, the Mozarteum Orchester in Salzburg, the Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra of Russia, the Yomiuri Orchestra in Tokyo, the Sydney Symphony, and the Montreal Symphony Orchestra. He has worked with the greatest soloists in our day including: Marta Argerich, Sviatoslav Richter, Danil Trifonov, Vadim Repin, Misha Maiisky, Gautier Capucon, Viktoria Mullova, and Emmanuele Pahud.