Anna Netrebko and Yusif Eyvazov

Opera superstars in debut Australian tour
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    Melbourne • 18 October 8:00pm
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About the event

Anna Netrebko has redefined what it means to be an opera star. Today’s reigning prima donna, Anna routinely headlines major productions at leading opera houses across the globe, and was the first classical musician to be chosen as one of the 'Time 100', Time magazine’s list of the world’s most influential people. With her distinctively beautiful voice, rich tones, abundant charisma, and arresting stage presence, she makes an indelible impression with each of the roles she portrays. An iconic figure both on and off the stage, the Russian soprano enjoys a level of superstardom that extends far beyond the classical realm.

Joining Netrebko on stage in Sydney and Melbourne will be celebrated tenor Yusif Eyvazov. In the 2015/16 season, Yusif Eyvazov made a series of important debuts at the world-renowned opera houses.

Appearing alongside Netrebko and Eyvazov is renowned conductor Mikhail Tatarnikov. Across his illustrious career, Tatarnikov has conducted some of the world’s most renowned orchestras. For these Australian concerts with Netrebko and Eyvazov, Tatarnikov will conduct the Opera Australia Orchestra.

“A soprano with star in the best sense, a charismatic expressivity that pervades every element of her performance”.

NEW YORK TIMES

“Anna Netrebko makes verismo seem realer than life itself.”

OBSERVER

“Eyvazov is an exciting tenor whose sound is metallic, stentorian and markedly Italianate ... The unalloyed dominance of the pure human voice trained to do exceptional things reaches us in a way that no other sound does ... there is nothing else quite like it.”

L.A. TIMES