Music Voyage to Romanticism: Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Faure, Sor, and Bellini w/Soprano Amaya Arberas, Cello & Piano
Sunday, May 19, 2013 at 3pm
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Amaya Arberas, Soprano
Violetta Zebbi, Piano
Marcel Krasner, Cello
Composers include Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Faure, Sor, and Bellini.
Amaya Arberas (Soprano) was born in Spain where she pursued studies at the Conservatorio Superior de Música and took voice classes with José Ramón Arteta. In NYC, she studied voice with Diana Soviero and Beth Roberts, and repertoire with Joan Dornemann. Her repertoire includes opera, zarzuela, oratorio, and concert arias. She sang Handel’s Messiah , Mozart’s Requiem, Pergolesi`s Stabat Mater, Rossini’s Petitte Messe Solennelle, Haydn’s Die Schopfung at various venues in Spain, and interpreted the roles of Barbarina in Le Nozze di Figaro (Mozart), Adina in L’Elisir d’amore (Donizetti) and Norina in Don Pasquale (Donizetti). She has performed at the Conde Duque Auditorium in Madrid, and with the Symphony Orchestra of Puerto Rico. She sang the role of Ana Mari in the zarzuela El Caserío by Guridi. In 2010, she gave recitals in Spain, France, and the United States, including a debut at Carnegie Hall and at the Ellis Island Museum in New York. She sang Marquesa in the Zarzuela El Barberillo de Lavapiés (Barbieri) in la Rioja. In 2011, she debuted with the role of Donna Anna in the opera Don Giovanni (Mozart) at The Symphony Space in New York. She offered a recital of zarzuelas, sponsored by the Cuban Cultural Center, at Lincoln Center in New York.conducted by Pablo Zinger. Ms. Arberas performed with Suite Hispania at the Repertorio Español in New York in 2010 and 2011. Amaya is one of the finalists of the “Nico Castel International Singing Competition 2012”. Also she has been nominated for the 2012 ACE Awards in the category of best Actress- Singer for her performance in “ Amores Quebrados” with the ensamble Suite Hispania in New York.
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