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12 October 2014 y.
Premiere of the G. Verdi “Aida” opera took place with the participation of soloists from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Mongolia
Krasnoyarsk Opera and Ballet Theater presented a new production. G.Verdi "Aida" opera took its third premiere within the IV International Music Festival of the Asia-Pacific region. Leading parts in this performance were sung by the Festival participants - soloists from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Mongolia.
A soloist of the State Opera and Ballet Theatre "Astana Opera", a winner of the Grand Prix of the international contest "Art of the XXI Century" Zhupar Gabdullina from Kazakhstan performed the title part in the opera. The part of Radamès was performed by a tenor from Uzbekistan Nagmatulla Sinkhabibi. The parts of Amonasro and Ramfis in the performance were sung by two baritones from Mongolia - Amartuvshin Enkhbat and Byambajav Jargalsaikhan. With the artists from Asia the People's Artist of Russia Irina Dolzhenko went on the stage as a performer of the part of Amneris.
The premiere production of the Krasnoyarsk State Opera and Ballet Theatre is a work of the international creative team headed by a famous Latvian director Andrejs Žagars and the musical director of the performance, conductor of the Krasnoyarsk State Opera and Ballet Theatre Anatoly Chepurnoy. Scenography, costumes and light for the Krasnoyarsk "Aida" were prepared by the invited experts - artists from Latvia and Sweden. Choreographic numbers and dances were stages by the Meritorious Artist of Russia Juliana Malkhasyants.
The participants of the festival "Aida" shared their impressions of the Asia-Pacific international music forum. "The scale of the event is impressive. This is probably one of the most grandiose festivals in the world. It is great that different kinds of art, different genres are presented here, "- said Zhupar Gabdullina.
"To be a participant of such a large-scale project like this festival is a tremendous success for any artist. This is both an exchange of experience and a meeting with old friends and new talented artists-peers. I have participated in this festival for the first time, and I am very pleased to meet at a one performance with my old friends Irina Dolzenko and Zhupar Gabdullina,"- said Nagmatulla Sinkhabibi.
IV International Music Festival of the Asia-Pacific region will continue until July, 4.