Kimmel Center Philadelphia

New Year's Concert

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 Sunday, December 27, 2017  2:30pm

The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts is a large performing arts venue located at 300 South Broad Street at the corner of Spruce Street, along the stretch known as the “Avenue of the Arts”, in Center City, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is owned and operated by Kimmel Center, Inc., an organization which also manages the Academy of Music in Philadelphia. The center is named after philanthropist Sidney Kimmel.

The Center is the home of the Philadelphia Orchestra, one of America’s ”Big Five” symphony orchestras and regarded as one of the best in the world. Kimmel Center is also the home venue of the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Philadanco, the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, and a performance series known as Kimmel Center Presents, which hosts a variety of jazz, classical, and world pop performers.

Within just 13 years Natalia Ushakova has made her debut in 44 principal opera roles  like Puccinis La Boheme (Mimi and Musette), Tosca, Madama Butterfly, La Rondine (Magda), Verdis La Traviata (Violetta Valery), Il Trovatore (Leonora), Otello (Desdemona), Aida, Un ballo in maschera (Amelia), Mozarts Don Giovanni (Donna Anna and Donna Elvira), Le nozze di Figaro (Contessa Almaviva), The magic flute (Queen of the night), Janaceks Jenufa, Tschaikowskis Eugen Onegin (Tatjana), Pique Dame (Lisa), Dvoraks Rusalka, Strauss’ Salome, Wagners Lohengrin (Elsa), Bellinis Norma, Lehárs The Merry Widow (Hanna Glawari), Giuditta und Strauß’ Die Fledermaus (Rosalinde) etc.   at the Metropolitan Opera, Carnegie Hall, The Royal Opera House Covent Garden,  Teatro alla Scala,  Wiener Staatsoper, Volksoper, Theater an der Wien,  Bolschoi- and Marinski Theater, Prinzregententheater in Munich, State Opera of Hamburg, Opera Amsterdam, New National Theatre Tokyo, The National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing, Arena di Verona, SNG Ljubljana, Slovak National Theatre in Bratislava, Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, Opera Tel Aviv, Nizza, Athen, Teatro Real in Madrid, the  Musikverein and  Konzerthaus in Vienna.

Natalia Ushakova  won two Italian Music Awards „Voci Verdiani“ and „Riccardo Zandonai“ and has recorded two solo albums  with Universal Music Austria, Tschaikowskis Mazeppa with Mstislaw Rostropowitsch at La Scala in Milano,  Strauß’  The Gypsy Baron with Armin Jordan, Prokofievs Semen Kotko with Valery Gergiev and Lehars Giuditta with Rudolf Bibl.

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