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Russian Tenor’s Parade

Published Январь 23, 2008

VLADISLAV PIAVKO and COMPANY. RUSSIAN TENORS’ PARADE

“Vladislav Piavko and His Company. Russian Tenors’ Parade” – under this title the unique concert programme has achieved great success allover the Russia and the former Soviet Union. The famous Russian tenor Vladislav Piavko collected an extremely strong team of the young tenors to present an excellent vocal show. It is a full-length gala in two parts, which program includes the popular opera arias and songs performed with the piano, the singers sing not only solo but all together. The cast consists of from 5 to 10 singers and the pianist. (Available with the orchestra as well). Among the participants there are the soloists of the leading Russian opera companies, such as the Bolshoi Opera, Mariinsky Opera, Moscow Stanislavsky Opera, Moscow New Opera, etc.

“Vladislav Piavko and His Company. Russian Tenors’ Parade” is the bright firework of the excellent voices, it is a wonderful performance which is enjoyed by the audience as well as by the singers themselves.

All young singers were very good. But maestro Piavko himself was on the very top.

“New Time”, Moscow

The program was created with the pure wit and demonstrated a real variety. First part consists of Verdi, Leoncavallo and Puccini, second – Neapolitan songs, third one was the unique competition of the tenors, full of humour.

“The Evening Moscow”

How handsome and talented they are! And what hooligans! They offered an improvised show. It’s impossible to describe the joy and enthusiasm of the audience. Better to watch the show even once.

“Russia”

Photos

Videos

1. Lara. Granada.
Translation from the National Opera Theater, Timishoara, Romania, 2006

“Vladislav Piavko & Company. Russian Tenors’ Parade
Lara. Granada.
Life from The National Opera Timisoara, Romania, 2006

2. Donizetti. Song of Tonio from the opera «La fille du regiment».
Translation from the National Opera Theater, Timishoara, Romania, 2006

“Vladislav Piavko & Company. Russian Tenors’ Parade
Donizetti. Ah mes amis quell jour de fete! (“La fille du regiment”)
Life from The National Opera Timisoara, Romania, 2006