This is a voice

of molten chocolate …

What a voice!

BIO

Margitta Rosales’ combination of vocalism, musicianship, stage presence and theatrical ability has earned her enthusiastic praise: “Ms. Rosales singing was superb… she has a bright voluminous voice. This is a voice of molten chocolate. What a voice!” exclaimed the “Operissimo” when describing Rosales dark mahogany, deep soprano sound.
The soprano Margitta Rosales, was born in Wuppertal, Germany.

Under the tuition of the Viennese baritone prof. Horst Gross. She commenced her studies at the ‘Hogeschool voor Muziek en dans Enschede’ in the Netherlands.

Awarded with the eligible ‘Wedekind scholarship’ she continued her studies with the mezzosoprano prof. Liliana Stefanova at the state academy for music ‘Pancho Vladiguerov ‘ in Sofia where she graduated with honors. Subsequent studies led her to Boyan Stoilov, Paris and Hans-Josef Kasper, Saarbrücken, who had a significant influence on her vocal development.

REPERTOIRE

Yes, people call me Mimì, but my name is Lucia. My story is a brief one: on linen and silk I embroider, at home or outside … I’m calm and happy, and it’s my pleasure to make lilies and roses.

 

I love those things which possess such sweet enchantment. Things, that speak of love and spring, of dreams and visions, things that people call poetic. Do you understand?

VOICE

Giacomo Puccini  (1858 – 1924)

Vissi d’arte
Tosca
In quelle trine morbide
Manon Lescaut
Un bel dì vedremo
Madame Butterfly
O mio babbino caro
Gianni Schicchi
Si, mi chiamano Mimì
La Bohème
Tu che di gel sei cinta
Turandot
Senza mamma 
Suor Angelica

Arrigo Boito  (1842 – 1918)

L’altra notte …
Mephistofele

Alfredo Catalani  (1854 – 1893)

Ebben! …
La Wally

Umberto Giordano (1867 – 1918)

La mamma morta
Andrea Chénier

Giuseppe Verdi (1813 – 1901)

Ave Maria
Otello

CONTACT

 

Si,

mi chiamano

Mimì…


 

This is a voice

of molten chocolate …

What a voice!

BIO

Margitta Rosales’ combination of vocalism, musicianship, stage presence and theatrical ability has earned her enthusiastic praise: “Ms. Rosales singing was superb… she has a bright voluminous voice. This is a voice of molten chocolate. What a voice!” exclaimed the “Operissimo” when describing Rosales dark mahogany, deep soprano sound.

The soprano Margitta Rosales, was born in Wuppertal, Germany. Under the tuition of the Viennese baritone prof. Horst Gross she commenced her studies at the ‘Hogeschool voor Muziek en dans Enschede’ in the Netherlands. Awarded with the eligible ‘Wedekind scholarship’ she continued her studies with the mezzosoprano prof. Liliana Stefanova at the state academy for music ‘Pancho Vladiguerov ‘ in Sofia where she graduated with honors. Subsequent studies led her to Boyan Stoilov, Paris and Hans-Josef Kasper, Saarbrücken, who had a significant influence on her development.

REPERTOIRE

Yes, people call me Mimì, but my name is Lucia. My story is a brief one: on linen and silk I embroider, at home or outside … I’m calm and happy, and it’s my pleasure to make lilies and roses.

I love those things which possess such sweet enchantment. Things, that speak of love and spring, of dreams and visions, things that people call poetic. Do you understand?

Mimí « La Bohème » (Toscana Opera Festival)
Liú « Turando t» (Teatro delle Muse, Ancona)
Antonia « Contes d’Hoffmann » (Schillertheater)
Micaëla « Carmen » (Canteatro, Berlin)
Pamina « Die Zauberflöte » (Nymphenburg, Munich)
Susanna « Figaro » (Junge Kammeroper, Cologne)
Musetta « La Bohème » (Las Palmas Opera Festival)
Lauretta « Gianni Schicchi » (Rome Opera Festival)
Belinda « Dido and Aeneas » Purcell
Prêtresse « Aida » (Opera Guimera, Santa Cruz)
Helena « Midsummer night’s dream » 
Marie « Prodadena nevesta » Smetana…

VOICE

Giacomo Puccini  (1858 – 1924)
Vissi d’arte Tosca
In quelle… Manon Lescaut
Un bel dì… Madame Butterfly
O mio babbino Gianni Schicchi
Mi chiamano Mimì La Bohème
Tu che di gel… Turandot
Senza mamma  Suor Angelica
Arrigo Boito  (1842 – 1918)
L’altra notte Mephistofele
Alfredo Catalani  (1854 – 1893)
Ebben! N’andrò lontana… La Wally
Umberto Giordano (1867 – 1918)
La Mamma Morta Andrea Chenier
Giuseppe Verdi (1813 – 1901)
Ave Maria Otello

CONTACT

14 + 15 =

 

Si,

mi chiamano

Mimì…

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