The audience will be able to enjoy a programme with works by composers such as Rossini, Mozart, Strauss, Lehár and Kálmán. Tickets are priced between 20 and 35 euros and can be purchased on Symphony’s website.
Operatic soprano Rebecca Nelsen does not shy away from complex roles, and has recently sung Lulu, Violetta, Konstanze, Rosina, Marilyn Monroe and Susanna, as well as Pamina, Adele, Gretel, Lauretta or Clara from Porgy and Bess; She has also performed roles in operettas such as Adele, Laura from Bettelstudent, Julia from Weert in Der Vetter aves Dingsda; and has even made forays into the Broadway repertoire, with leading musical roles such as Kismet, Vivaldi the Musical, and Brigadoon; and in concert repertoire, with Carmina Burana, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 or Beethoven’s Ex. 9 by Beethoven or Exultate Jubilate by Mozart.
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Among her most important performances, she has played leading roles at the Bavarian State Opera, Dresden Semperoper, Salzburg Festspiele, Vienna Volksoper, Cologne Opera, La Fenice in Venice, Glyndebourne Festival, Leipzig Opera, Russian Perm Opera, Oper Angers/Nantes, Malmö Opera, Musikverein Vienna, MUPA Budapest, and Severance Hall with the Cleveland Orchestra. Nelsen has sung under the baton of Teodor Currentzis, Fabio Luisi, Myung-*whun Chung, Stefan Soltesz, Alexander Joel, Peter Eötvös, Hans Graf, Julia Jones, Evan Rogister, Rafael Payare and Alfred Eschwé.
Joji Hattori is one of the leading Japanese musicians of his generation, with a very diverse professional career. He began as a concert violinist and has gone on to become a conductor of chamber orchestras, a conductor of symphony orchestras and an opera conductor. In addition to his performing activities, he is chairman and jury member of the Yehudi Menuhin International Violin Competition, and in 2003 he was made an honorary member of the Royal Academy of Music in London.