Recital Sondra Radvanovsky

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Intense musical emotions with an unforgettable voice

The world of opera gives us incredible memories that we often carry with us for the rest of our lives. If they are shared with the rest of the audience, they become legendary and may even be passed on from generation to generation. Admittedly, this power is only within the reach of a few genres. 

With Sondra Radvanovsky, one of the world's most celebrated and beloved sopranos, we stand in awe of her powerful and expressive voice, with extreme spirit and dedication. Dramatic and captivating, Radvanovsky is an unfailingly wonderful performer, with a wide range of roles, who continues to add new pieces each season. 

An ‘essential artist’ or ‘one of opera’s greatest singer-actresses’ according to the New York Times, for the Liceu she is the current queen of the stage. Aficionados of vocals will never forget her moving performances at the Rambla coliseum, with a sumptuous gallery that ranges from Aida to Tosca to Norma, Maddalena di Coigny and Luisa Miller. 

Accompanied by Anthony Manoli on piano, she will come to the Gran Teatre del Liceu to serve up intense musical emotions with a bouquet of arias and lieder in which she will reveal the extremes of an unforgettable voice. 

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Approximate running time
1h 20min


Sondra Radvanovsky
Anthony Manoli
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Henry Purcell (1659 – 1695)
“When I am laid” (Dido and Aeneas)

Georg Friedrich Händel (1685 – 1759)
“Piangerò la sorte mia” (Giulio Cesare)

Serguei Rakhmàninov (1873 – 1943)
“Ne poi, krassavitsa, pri mne”, op. 4, núm. 4
“Zdies khoroixó”, op. 21, núm. 7
“Ia jdu tebiá”, op. 14, núm. 1

Richard Strauss (1864 – 1949)
“Allerseelen”, op. 10, núm. 8
“Befreit”, op. 39, núm. 4
“Morgen!”, op. 27, núm. 4
“Heimliche Aufforderung”, op. 27, núm. 3


Franz Liszt (1811 – 1886)
“Tre sonetti di Petrarca”
Pace non trovo / Benedetto sia 'l giorno / I' vidi in terra

Jake Heggie (1961)
“If I Had Known”

Umberto Giordano (1867 – 1948)
“La mamma morta” (Andrea Chénier)