I am thrilled to announce that I will finally be singing my first post-pandemic concert this month!
I will sing the Poulenc Stabat Mater, with other pieces of Messiaen and Debussy on an all-French program with TorinoVocalEnsemble the the Festival Settenovecento in Rovereto (Italy) on June 19th. With the same program, I will sing at the MITO festival (Settembremusica) near my home in Turin on September 11th this year.
For the rehearsals, we will be distanced and masked, and although I have only had the first vaccine, I am confident in my safety and the safety of my colleagues.
These past few years have been weird and wonderful for me. With two pregnancies and births, breastfeeding and a pandemic, in the last four years I have performed less than in my entire long career. At the same time, I have realized other important dreams: obviously first and foremost, motherhood; but also researching future musical projects, technical vocal studies (for me and for my teaching), honing my skills as a teacher and planning for a young artist program here in Italy in the future. Stay tuned here for further news on all these projects!
I am so happy to ease into singing again in the company of such fine musicians and in this beautiful repertoire.
Come join us!
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