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Biography and repertoire

Marina Rebeka; photo published thanks to courtesy of Marina RebekaThe Latvian soprano Marina Rebeka is one of the international leading sopranos of the younger generation, and her extraordinary vocal timbre and great acting skills have enabled her to perform in the world’s most important theatres.

Born in Riga, began her musical studies in Latvia,in 2007 graduated at the “Conservatorio di Santa Cecilia” in Rome. She also attended the “Internationale Sommerakademie Universität Mozarteum“ in Salzburg where she studied with Grace Bumbry, and the “Accademia Rossiniana” in Pesaro, under the guidance of Alberto Zedda. She was the winner of various vocal competitions, among which the renowned competition “Neue Stimmen” of the Bertelsmann Foundation in Gütersloh (October 2007).

She made her international debut in 2009 at Salzburg Festival in a new production of Rossini’s Moïse et Pharaon (Anaï), under the baton of Riccardo Muti and staged by Jürgen Flimm. Since then she was performing regularly on the world’s most prestigious concert stages and opera houses including MET Opera and Carnegie Hall in New York, ROH Covent Garden in London, Wiener Staatsoper, Salzburg Festival, Teatro alla Scala, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Festspielhaus in Baden-Baden, Rossini Opera Festival di Pesaro, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino in Florence, Palau de les Arts in Valencia.

Among other conductors with whom she has worked and will work are Riccardo Muti, Zubin Mehta, Antonio Pappano, Paolo Carignani, Roberto Abbado, Alberto Zedda, Mikhail Jurowski, Stéphane Denève, Yves Abel, Michele Mariotti, Theodor Currentzis, Alessandro De Marchi, Gustav Kuhn etc.

Her varied repertoire includes Mozart’s Don Giovanni (Donna Anna), Idomeneo (Elettra), Verdi’s La traviata (Violetta), Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor (title role), L’elisir d'amore (Adina), Rossini’s Moïse et Pharaon (Anaï), Guillaume Tell (Mathilde), Maometto II (Anna), Il viaggio a Reims (Contessa di Folleville, Madama Cortese), Bizet’s Carmen (Micaela), Gounod’s Romeo et Juliette (Juliette), Händel’s Alcina (title role) and Teseo (Agilea). In October 2012 she made her much awaited Wiener Staatsoper debut with Don Giovanni (Donna Anna). She will also perform the role of Donna Anna at the Opernhaus in Zürich, at the Lyric Opera of Chicago and at Liceu de Barcelona.

Her future engagements include as well as Guillaume Tell at the Nederlandse Opera in Amsterdam and Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro, La traviata at the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich (House debut), Lyric Opera of Chicago, at the MET of New York and Opernhaus in Zürich , Lucia di Lammermoor at the Nederlandse Opera in Amsterdam and at the Opernhaus in Zürich, Les Pécheurs de perles, Così fan tutte and L’elisir d’amore at the Opernhaus in Zürich and Les contes d’Hoffmann at the Wiener Staatsoper.

Her concert activity will include her debut with Orchestra Sinfonica dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome, with a performance of the orchestral version of Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle, under Antonio Pappano, with the recording of a cd for EMI. In 2013 she will be back to La Scala to sing a Händel/Mozart concert program with the Orchestra Filarmonica della Scala, under Ottavio Dantone.

Active also on the concert side, she has sung Britten’s War Requiem with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Rossini’s Stabat Mater at Rossini Opera Festival of Pesaro and Brahms’s Ein Deutsches Requiem with Latvian National Symphony Orchestra.

She also performed recitals of chamber music with Giulio Zappa in Rosenblatt recitals, London, Rossini’s Opera Festival, Pesaro, Rudolfinum in Prague, and opera music recitals with Latvian National Symphony orchestra and Latvian National Opera Orchestra.

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Marina Rebeka; photo published thanks to courtesy of Marina Rebeka Marina Rebeka; photo published thanks to courtesy of Marina Rebeka Marina Rebeka; photo published thanks to courtesy of Marina Rebeka
Adina-ELiksir-damore-photo published thanks to courtesy of Marina Rebeka Anna-Erisso-Maometto-II- photo published thanks to courtesy of Marina Rebeka Anai-Moise-et-Pharaone-photo published thanks to courtesy of Marina Rebeka
Contessa-Folleville-photo published thanks to courtesy of Marina Rebeka  Tatiana-Evgenij-Onegin-photo published thanks to courtesy of Marina Rebeka  Violetta-La-Traviata-photo published thanks to courtesy of Marina Rebeka
Marina Rebeka as Donna Anna in Don Giovanni MET production 2011 - photo of Marty Sohl, published thanks to courtesy of Metropolitan Opera in New York Marina Rebeka as Donna Anna in Don Giovanni MET production 2011 - photo of Marty Sohl, published thanks to courtesy of Metropolitan Opera in New York Marina Rebeka as Donna Anna in Don Giovanni MET production 2011 - photo of Marty Sohl, published thanks to courtesy of Metropolitan Opera in New York

Tatiana-Evgenij-Onegin-photo published thanks to courtesy of Marina Rebeka

 

Tatiana-Evgenij-Onegin-photo published thanks to courtesy of Marina Rebeka

Tatiana-Evgenij-Onegin-photo published thanks to courtesy of Marina Rebeka Tatiana-Evgenij-Onegin-photo published thanks to courtesy of Marina Rebeka

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SCHEDULE FOR MARINY REBEKA:
 

25, 29 IX 2013; 6, 11 X 2013
W.A. Mozart – Don Giovanni
Fabio Luisi / Zurich, Opernhaus
http://www.opernhaus.ch/vorstellung/detail/don-giovanni-25-09-2013/
 
20, 23, 27, 30 XI 2013; 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 20 XII 2013
G. Verdi – Traviata
Massimo Zanetti/ Chicago, Lyric Opera of Chicago
http://www.lyricopera.org/tickets/productiondetail.aspx?id=13818
 
14, 19, 22, 25, 30 I 2014; 1 II 2014
G. Bizet - Les Pêcheurs de perles
P. Fournillier / Zurich, Opernhaus
http://www.opernhaus.ch/vorstellung/detail/les-pecheurs-de-perles-14-01-2014/
 
14, 19, 22, 25, 30 I 2014; 1 II 2014
W.A. Mozart – Cosi fan tutte
T Netopil / Zurich, Opernhaus
http://www.opernhaus.ch/vorstellung/detail/cosi-fan-tutte-06-02-2014/
 
19, 27 IV 2014
G. Verdi – Traviata
Ivan Repušić / Berlin, Deutsche Oper
http://deutscheoperberlin.de/de_DE/calendar/la-traviata.11384341#
 
23, 26, 29 V 2014; 1, 4 VI 2014
J. Offenbach - Les contes d'Hoffmann
M. Letonja / Wiedeń, Wiener Staatsoper
http://www.wiener-staatsoper.at/Content.Node/home/spielplan/Spielplandetail.php?eventid=1142762&month=05&year=2014

Interview for opera.info.pl

Marina Rebeka; photo published thanks to courtesy of Marina Rebeka

"15 questions to Marina Rebeka from opera.info.pl"

1

My adventure with singing started…  when I was 13, I first went to see opera without knowing what it is. I saw Bellini's Norma and felt in love with opera with the first sound! It is still the opera I wish I will be able to perform in the future.

 2 The person / persons that place the major impact on me / play the key role in my career...  as mentioned above, Bellini's Norma and surely Maria Callas singing this role in recording. Also big impression for me was when I first heard the voice of Pavarottti on the radio!
 3 Singers that I love to listen and I admire are… Maria Callas, Olga Borodina, Loraine Hunt-Lieberson, Franco Corelli, Placido Domingo, Mariella Devia, Diana Damrau, Herman Pray, Ghiaurov, Boris Christoff.
 4 My first opera role was…  Verdi, La Traviata, Violetta.
 5 The most extraordinary / amazing place, in which I sang includes…  Metropolitan Opera in New York, O2 Arena in London, Covent Garden and Vienna.

 6

The composer I like most is…  Mozart, Gounod, Mahler, Rachmaninov, Verdi.

 7

The most original production in which I took part was…  if you mean in positive sense I would say La Traviata in Covent Garden where I substituted Gheorghiu. Beautiful production, not only visually, but also innerly. In sense weird and strange - I will never forget sitting 3 hours in cold mud, dressed in hydrocostume, like for diving, with over a dress, a fair and high heel shoes. Over red hear wig, cleaning cups, being hysteric and running around in this dirtiness, singing the heavenly beautiful Haendel's Teseo, the part of Agilea with many    wonderful coloraturas. 

 8 The character in opera, that I like to sing most includes… Violetta Valery In Traviata, Manon In Manon Of Massenet, Juliette In Romeo Et Juliette Of Gounod, Marguerite In Gounod's Faust, Thais In Massenet's Thais, Anna In Rossini's Maometto Ii.
 9 If during the opera I forget the text I…  look on the prompter or I just sing something but with right music until it turns back to my mind.
 10 In a few years’ time I would like to sing the role / roles of…  Manon in Massenet’s Manon, Marguerite in Faust of Gounod.
 11 The biggest surprise in my career was…  the biggest surprise was career itself. You never know what proposal comes to you and who and where hear you. So surprise is everything what comes and I like it.
 12 If it is my decision, Opera House would play mostly… not of but more logical and psychologically true productions of all operas. I don't mind modern, but with sense and with true between what we sing, what we say and what we do. Singing only one or even 10 composer's works would be too boring. I like different styles, languages, epochs.
 13 On desert island I will take music of… Tchaikovsky.
 14 Opera has future because… it is modern, it is beautiful way of expressing yourself, true sound and emotion joined together, And also if opera is performed truly, honestly and sincerely it almost always get to people's hearts and leave the trace
 15 If I was not a singer I would be…  logistic worker, translator or event organizer.

Varia

 

28.01.2013

 

"(...)Depuis quelques années, toute une série de chanteurs originaires de Lettonie connaissent une carrière internationale : on pense à Elina Garanča, bien sûr, mais aussi à Kristine Opolais, Inessa Galante, Aleksandrs Antonenko, Egils Silins ou au regretté Sergei Larin. Marina Rebeka a depuis peu rejoint ce groupe."

 

Read more - forumopera.com - Cinq questions à Marina Rebeka

 

20.06.2012

 

"(...)Rebeka’s voice blended beautifully with Stoyanov’s in their Act Two duet, and her ‘Amami, Alfredo’ at the moment of Violetta’s parting with Alfredo was suitably dramatic. She brought great tenderness to Violetta’s death-bed duet with Alfredo, her voice holding up well in this grueling role."

 

Read more - www.classicalsource.com - Maggio Musicale Fiorentino – La traviata by David M. Rice

 

01.12.2012

 

"(...)the soprano Marina Rebeka sang with alluring dark tone and deep feeling as Anaï, Moïse’s niece and also, to heat up the drama, the illicit beloved of Pharaon’s son."

 

Read more - The New York Times - An Illicit Romance, a Revenge Wrought and an Escape From Egypt by Zachaary Woolfe

 

30.11.2011

 

"(...)Vocal honors went to Marina Rebeka, Donna Anna in the Met's new production of Don Giovannni. Here as Anna, the niece of Mosse who is in love with Pharaon's son, she sang with a bell like quality and spot on coloratura."

 

Read more - Concertonet.com - A Rossini Treasure At Carnegie Hall - Arlene Judith Klotzko

 

17.10.2011

 

"(...)Faring more impressively are soprano Marina Rebeka, in her Met debut and tenor Ramon Vargas. They play Donna Anna, who's out to avenge her father's murder by Don Giovanni and Don Ottavio, her faithful suitor. Both of their voices surge with fervor and confidence."

 

Read more - Daily News - 'Don Giovanni,' Mozart's opera about the ultimate cad, is a bit tame by Joe Dziemianowicz

 

17.10.2011

 

"(...)She is a star: Marina Rebeka, a handsome Latvian soprano making her Met debut. Her voice is bright and flexible and for all I know she can act -- we will have to await another appearance."

 

Read more in - Bloomberg - Dead Poet Brightens Met’s ‘Don Giovanni’ by Manuela Hoelterhoff

 

14.10.2011

 

"(...)In her Met debut the striking Latvian soprano Marina Rebeka was a winning Donna Anna, singing with a clear, bright sound and cool intensity."

 

Read more in The New York Times - Reckless in Seduction, if Not Onstage by Anthony  Tommasini

 

14.10.2012

 

"(...)An imposing presence, Rebeka has a bright, gleaming voice that seems to grow in strength as it ascends."

 

Read more in The Classical review - Two superb Dons and striking visuals make up for lack of dramatic focus in Met’s new “Don Giovanni” by By Marion Lignana Rosenberg

 

 

 

 

Marina Rebeka as Donna Anna in Don Giovanni MET production 2011 - photos of Marty Sohl, published thanks to courtesy of Metropolitan Opera in New York.

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