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Sondra Radvanovsky
Sondra Radvanovsky
A Rare and Intimate Concert
May 21, 2013

An evening with the extraordinary Sondra Radanovsky.

A rare opportunity to see an international opera legend perform in an intimate 99-seat venue.

Sondra’s program is filled with wonderful, eclectic selections from the international song catalogue. Drawing from the non-operatic repertoire of operatic composers such as Verdi and Rachmaninoff, and mixing in her favorite art songs of Duparc and Copeland, this romantic recital will have more than a few musical surprises.

Tickets are limited and all proceeds benefit the programs of Music @ Boston Court.

VIP Tickets: $250 (includes a post-show reception with the artist at a private residence.)

General Admission: $150

Click below to purchase tickets or call 626-683-6883

Sondra Radvanovsky has performed in every major opera house in the world, including Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Paris Opera, Vienna State Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, San Francisco Opera, and many others. Her artistic home is the Metropolitan Opera, where she completed her training in the late 1990s. The exquisite depth and color of her voice are matched by her artistry and versatility across a remarkable range of repertoire. Radvanovsky has earned accolades for her riveting portrayals of Tatiana in Eugene Onegin and the title role of Rusalka, while her unique flexibility has led to success in such roles as Donna Anna in Don Giovanni and the title role of Lucrezia Borgia. But Radvanovsky's talent shines most brightly in 19th-century Italian opera, and particularly in the soprano roles of Giuseppe Verdi. Radvanovsky has previously recorded selected arias from opera, including Un ballo in maschera, for her two critically acclaimed albums. Verdi Arias was included in NPR's Top 10 Classical Albums of 2010 list and in their Top 50 Albums of 2010 list. The disc was featured as CD of the Week on Alex Ross' blog, The Rest is Noise, and was later highlighted as a notable recording by Ross in his 2010 Best-Of List for The New Yorker. Co-star Dmitri Hvorostovsky also collaborated on a recording that featured music from Un Ballo in maschera on the Delos label. Her signature role is Leonora in Il Trovatore, and she has portrayed the title role in Aïda, Elvira in Ernani, the title role in Luisa Miller, Elena in I Vespri Siciliani, Elisabeth de Valois in Don Carlo, and Lina in Stiffelio, among others. Born just outside Chicago, Radvanovsky and her husband now make their home near Toronto, Canada.

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