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02 July 2012 y.

Opera masterpieces sounded in Krasnoyarsk

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Within the III Krasnoyarsk International Music Festival of Asian-Pacific region on 2, July in the Organ Hall there took place a concert Opera masterpieceswith the participation of soloists of the Republic of Tajikistan, Mongolia and the Republic of Korea. The Krasnoyarsk opera lovers listened to the great musical works by Russian composers A. Borodin, M.  Mussorgsky, M.  Glinka, S. Rachmaninoff and by European composers of classics G. Verdi, G. Bizet, A. Dvořák, R. Leoncavallo and others.
A laureate of international competitions from Korea Oh Kyung Sik, performing leading parts in the world-famous productions, sang Aria of Rudolph from the opera Luisa Miller by G. Verdi and the famous Neapolitan song Core 'ngratoby S. Cardillo. A soloist of the State Academic Opera and Ballet House of Mongolia Altanhuyag Bayasgalan sang Aria of Ivan Susanin from of the same name opera by M. Glinka and his colleague Amartuvshin Enhbat, the Honored Artist of Mongolia performed the prologue of the opera Pagliacci  by  R. Leoncavallo, Cavatina of Aleko from the opera Aleko by A. Rachmaninov and others. The Krasnoyarsk opera lovers have already known these three soloists for the bright performance in the festival premiere ofSadko.
The revelation of the festival has become the performance of opera singers from Tajikistan. Soloists of the Tajik State Academic Opera and Ballet House named after S. Ayni chose for the concert popular and favourite works: Saifullo Yusupov sang Aria of Prince Igor from the opera Prince Igorby A. Borodin and Song of Toreador Escamillo from the operaCarmen by G. Bizet. Sharofat Usmanova sang a part of Leonora from the opera Favourite by G. Donizetti and Seguidilla from the opera Carmen by G. Bizet.
The masterpieces by A. Dvořák, C. Saint-Saëns, U. Giordano, M. Mussorgsky were performed by soloists of the Opera Sunghee Hwang (Korea),  Sodnomtseren Munguntsetseg and the Honored Worker of Culture  of Mongolia Regzen Dorjkhorol.