国际明星安吉拉·乔治乌(AngelaGheorghiu1965.9.7-)是当今歌剧界最具魅力和秉赋的女高音歌唱家,拥有引人入胜的嗓音和超凡脱俗的美貌,是米兰斯卡拉歌剧院、英国皇家歌剧院、维也纳国家歌剧院、纽约大都会歌剧院等世界顶尖剧院的永久客席女高音、客席女高音歌唱家。安吉拉·乔治乌出生于罗马尼亚小镇阿德茹德,毕业于布加勒斯特国立音乐大学,师从米亚·巴尔布。1994年于科文特花园皇家歌剧院出演由乔治·索尔蒂指挥的茶花女使她一夜成名。超越同时代歌唱家的歌唱艺术造诣和令人陶醉的舞台表演,确立了她当代歌剧女神的地位。   2007年12月,受邀参加由CCTV和中国爱乐乐团在深圳保利剧院举办的2008中国新年音乐会;2008年,乔治乌两次前往北京,献唱群星荟萃的北京保利剧院新年音乐会,同年在国家大剧院献上独唱音乐会;2011年5月首度赴上海大剧院举办音乐会并举行签售会;2014年10月开启中国巡演,包括广州及上海两地的独唱音乐会,上海音乐会作为第16届中国上海国际艺术节的重量级演出。   Gheorghiu was born in 1965 in Adjud, Romania. Along with her sister Elena Dan, she sang opera music from an early age. At age 14, Gheorghiu began to study singing at the National University of Music Bucharest, primarily under Mia Barbu. Her graduation in 1990 followed the overthrow of Nicolae Ceau?escu the previous year, enabling her to seek an international career immediately. Her professional opera debut took place at the Cluj-Napoca Romanian National Opera as Mimì in La bohème in 1990, the same year she won third prize in the Belvedere International Competition.   Gheorghiu made her international debut in 1992 at the Royal Opera House as Zerlina in Don Giovanni. She debuted at the Vienna State Opera as Adina in L'elisir d'amore and at the Metropolitan Opera as Mimì in La bohème. In 1994, she was auditioned by the conductor Sir Georg Solti for a new production of La traviata at the Royal Opera House. Her debut as Violetta led her to international stardom.   Gheorghiu has concentrated her repertoire on several different roles: Violetta, Mimì, Magda, Adina, and Juliette. In 2003, she debuted as Nedda in Pagliacci and as Marguerite in Faust. A soprano with a large range and a dark coloured voice, Gheorghiu is also able to sing spinto roles. She has recorded Tosca (also made into a film in 2001, directed by the French director Beno?t Jacquot) and Leonora in Il trovatore for EMI and sang in her first Tosca at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, in 2006. Her performance was an overall success, although because the famous Zeffirelli production of 1964 was replaced by a new production (which premiered with her), there was comparison between the Toscas of Gheorghiu and Maria Callas, for whom the Zeffirelli production was designed.   Gheorghiu took part in many concerts, singing alone or together with her colleagues. Among the most important ones, the reopening of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden (1999) and Teatro Malibran in Venice (2001) and at the opening the new Opera House in Valencia, in the presence of the Queen Sofia of Spain (2005). She sang at the Prom at the Palace (2002), the event that marked the Golden Jubilee of Elizabeth II, a concert that is available on DVD. In 2012, Gheorghiu was the guest of honor at a London Royal Opera House gala which was also attended by Elizabeth II. The Romanian soprano sang at the event, which was organized to raise funds for the Royal Opera House Foundation. She also sang at the Queen Beatrix's Jubilee Gala in Amsterdam (2005), at the New Year's Eve Concert at Palais Garnier in Paris (2006), at the Met Summer Concert in Prospect Park, New York (2008), and at the Memorial Concert for Luciano Pavarotti in Petra, where she also performed an unconventional duet of "Là ci darem la mano" from Mozart's Don Giovanni with Sting (2008).   In 2009, Gheorghiu was invited to honor Grace Bumbry during the 32nd Annual Kennedy Center Honors, in Washington, DC. She performed "Vissi d'arte" from Puccini's Tosca in the presence of Barack Obama.   In December 2000, Gheorghiu performed the title role in the film Tosca, directed by Benoit Jacquot, together with Roberto Alagna and Ruggero Raimondi. One year later, in 2002, Gheorghiu interpreted Juliette in the movie Roméo et Juliette, alongside Roberto Alagna and Tito Beltrán, also released on DVD.   In November 2010, Gheorghiu made her debut in Francesco Cilea's Adriana Lecouvreur, a new production of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. The Observer wrote, "It's hard to imagine anyone bettering Angela Gheorghiu in this part. Her voice, feather-light and creamy yet with a core of steel, matches the liquid way she moves on stage. She's a natural actress and made the improbable death scene heartbreakingly believable and her signature aria 'Poveri fiori' simply unforgettable." The Telegraph wrote, "Adriana is known as a nice, easy sing for ageing or challenged prima donnas (no difficult top notes, and a tame orchestra), so Gheorghiu, in her vocal prime, should have found it a doddle. But her first aria was bumpy and nervous, and she fudged the end of the second. Elsewhere, in duet and declamation, she often sang exquisitely."   In July 2011, Gheorghiu sang the title role in Tosca at the Royal Opera House conducted by Antonio Pappano, and the following September returned there for the revival of Faust, which was broadcast live in cinemas all over the world. In April 2012, she appeared for the first time at the Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, in a concert of duets with Roberto Alagna.   In February 2012, Gheorghiu was the special guest at the Vienna Opera Ball, where she performed accompanied by conductor Georges Prêtre and the Vienna State Opera Orchestra.   In June 2012, Gheorghiu celebrated 20 years since her debut on the stage of the Royal Opera House, London, by performing in La bohème with Roberto Alagna. In July 2012, she held her first master class at the Georg Solti Accademia in Castiglione della Pescaia, Italy. She returned to Tuscany for a second masterclass at the Georg Solti Accademia in 2016. In November 2012 she returned to San Francisco Opera to perform in Puccini's Tosca. In an interview with Kurier from February 2014, Gheorghiu expressed interest in performing the role of Norma and in recording the role of Desdemona (Otello). Her most recent role debut was as Charlotte in Massenet's Werther in March 2015 at the Vienna State Opera, to great critical acclaim. Gheorghiu also performed the role of Charlotte in August 2015 at the Salzburg Festival in a concert version with great success.   In July 2015, Gheorghiu made her debut at the Verbier Festival in Switzerland with guitarist Milo? Karadagli? in a special recital at The ?glise.   In October 2015, Gheorghiu appeared for the first time ever in Australia, performing in two exceptional gala concerts at the Sydney Opera House and at Hammer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne. In November 2015, Gheorghiu performed at the Richard Tucker Opera Gala, "opera world’s most highly anticipated event of the season", at David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, in New York City. The gala was broadcast on February 5, 2016 on PBS. Gheorghiu also sang at the Richard Tucker Opera Gala in 1999. In November 2015, Gheorghiu sang at the Elena Obraztsova Opera Ball at Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, Russia. On the 29 November 2015, Gheorghiu held a humanitarian concert at the Romanian Athenaeum to raise funds for the victims of the Colectiv nightclub fire. The concert was organized in partnership with the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir and conductor Tiberiu Soare. In December 2015, Gheorghiu sang together with Ramón Vargas and Ghi?? Petean in a gala concert at Opéra de Monte-Carlo. All proceeds from this concert went to the Foundation established in the disappearance of Ramon Vargas's son, Eduardo, at the age of six ("Fund in memory of Eduardo Vargas").   In 2016, Gheorghiu returned in the title role of Puccini's Tosca at the Royal Opera House and received great critical acclaim. Gheorghiu was scheduled to appear in 5 performances, but sang in a total of 7 performances. She also returned as Tosca at the Wiener Staatsoper alongside Jonas Kaufmann and Bryn Terfel in April 2016. In September 2016, Gheorghiu performed in Tosca at the Staatsoper Berlin with "loud and prolonged ovation".   2017 marks 25 years since Gheorghiu's international debut at the Royal Opera House in 1992. She performed there in Adriana Lecouvreur in February 2017. In October of that year she made her house debut at the Teatro Massimo in Palermo, again as Adriana Lecouvrer.
  国际明星安吉拉·乔治乌(AngelaGheorghiu1965.9.7-)是当今歌剧界最具魅力和秉赋的女高音歌唱家,拥有引人入胜的嗓音和超凡脱俗的美貌,是米兰斯卡拉歌剧院、英国皇家歌剧院、维也纳国家歌剧院、纽约大都会歌剧院等世界顶尖剧院的永久客席女高音、客席女高音歌唱家。安吉拉·乔治乌出生于罗马尼亚小镇阿德茹德,毕业于布加勒斯特国立音乐大学,师从米亚·巴尔布。1994年于科文特花园皇家歌剧院出演由乔治·索尔蒂指挥的茶花女使她一夜成名。超越同时代歌唱家的歌唱艺术造诣和令人陶醉的舞台表演,确立了她当代歌剧女神的地位。   2007年12月,受邀参加由CCTV和中国爱乐乐团在深圳保利剧院举办的2008中国新年音乐会;2008年,乔治乌两次前往北京,献唱群星荟萃的北京保利剧院新年音乐会,同年在国家大剧院献上独唱音乐会;2011年5月首度赴上海大剧院举办音乐会并举行签售会;2014年10月开启中国巡演,包括广州及上海两地的独唱音乐会,上海音乐会作为第16届中国上海国际艺术节的重量级演出。   Gheorghiu was born in 1965 in Adjud, Romania. Along with her sister Elena Dan, she sang opera music from an early age. At age 14, Gheorghiu began to study singing at the National University of Music Bucharest, primarily under Mia Barbu. Her graduation in 1990 followed the overthrow of Nicolae Ceau?escu the previous year, enabling her to seek an international career immediately. Her professional opera debut took place at the Cluj-Napoca Romanian National Opera as Mimì in La bohème in 1990, the same year she won third prize in the Belvedere International Competition.   Gheorghiu made her international debut in 1992 at the Royal Opera House as Zerlina in Don Giovanni. She debuted at the Vienna State Opera as Adina in L'elisir d'amore and at the Metropolitan Opera as Mimì in La bohème. In 1994, she was auditioned by the conductor Sir Georg Solti for a new production of La traviata at the Royal Opera House. Her debut as Violetta led her to international stardom.   Gheorghiu has concentrated her repertoire on several different roles: Violetta, Mimì, Magda, Adina, and Juliette. In 2003, she debuted as Nedda in Pagliacci and as Marguerite in Faust. A soprano with a large range and a dark coloured voice, Gheorghiu is also able to sing spinto roles. She has recorded Tosca (also made into a film in 2001, directed by the French director Beno?t Jacquot) and Leonora in Il trovatore for EMI and sang in her first Tosca at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, in 2006. Her performance was an overall success, although because the famous Zeffirelli production of 1964 was replaced by a new production (which premiered with her), there was comparison between the Toscas of Gheorghiu and Maria Callas, for whom the Zeffirelli production was designed.   Gheorghiu took part in many concerts, singing alone or together with her colleagues. Among the most important ones, the reopening of the Royal Opera House Covent Garden (1999) and Teatro Malibran in Venice (2001) and at the opening the new Opera House in Valencia, in the presence of the Queen Sofia of Spain (2005). She sang at the Prom at the Palace (2002), the event that marked the Golden Jubilee of Elizabeth II, a concert that is available on DVD. In 2012, Gheorghiu was the guest of honor at a London Royal Opera House gala which was also attended by Elizabeth II. The Romanian soprano sang at the event, which was organized to raise funds for the Royal Opera House Foundation. She also sang at the Queen Beatrix's Jubilee Gala in Amsterdam (2005), at the New Year's Eve Concert at Palais Garnier in Paris (2006), at the Met Summer Concert in Prospect Park, New York (2008), and at the Memorial Concert for Luciano Pavarotti in Petra, where she also performed an unconventional duet of "Là ci darem la mano" from Mozart's Don Giovanni with Sting (2008).   In 2009, Gheorghiu was invited to honor Grace Bumbry during the 32nd Annual Kennedy Center Honors, in Washington, DC. She performed "Vissi d'arte" from Puccini's Tosca in the presence of Barack Obama.   In December 2000, Gheorghiu performed the title role in the film Tosca, directed by Benoit Jacquot, together with Roberto Alagna and Ruggero Raimondi. One year later, in 2002, Gheorghiu interpreted Juliette in the movie Roméo et Juliette, alongside Roberto Alagna and Tito Beltrán, also released on DVD.   In November 2010, Gheorghiu made her debut in Francesco Cilea's Adriana Lecouvreur, a new production of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. The Observer wrote, "It's hard to imagine anyone bettering Angela Gheorghiu in this part. Her voice, feather-light and creamy yet with a core of steel, matches the liquid way she moves on stage. She's a natural actress and made the improbable death scene heartbreakingly believable and her signature aria 'Poveri fiori' simply unforgettable." The Telegraph wrote, "Adriana is known as a nice, easy sing for ageing or challenged prima donnas (no difficult top notes, and a tame orchestra), so Gheorghiu, in her vocal prime, should have found it a doddle. But her first aria was bumpy and nervous, and she fudged the end of the second. Elsewhere, in duet and declamation, she often sang exquisitely."   In July 2011, Gheorghiu sang the title role in Tosca at the Royal Opera House conducted by Antonio Pappano, and the following September returned there for the revival of Faust, which was broadcast live in cinemas all over the world. In April 2012, she appeared for the first time at the Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, in a concert of duets with Roberto Alagna.   In February 2012, Gheorghiu was the special guest at the Vienna Opera Ball, where she performed accompanied by conductor Georges Prêtre and the Vienna State Opera Orchestra.   In June 2012, Gheorghiu celebrated 20 years since her debut on the stage of the Royal Opera House, London, by performing in La bohème with Roberto Alagna. In July 2012, she held her first master class at the Georg Solti Accademia in Castiglione della Pescaia, Italy. She returned to Tuscany for a second masterclass at the Georg Solti Accademia in 2016. In November 2012 she returned to San Francisco Opera to perform in Puccini's Tosca. In an interview with Kurier from February 2014, Gheorghiu expressed interest in performing the role of Norma and in recording the role of Desdemona (Otello). Her most recent role debut was as Charlotte in Massenet's Werther in March 2015 at the Vienna State Opera, to great critical acclaim. Gheorghiu also performed the role of Charlotte in August 2015 at the Salzburg Festival in a concert version with great success.   In July 2015, Gheorghiu made her debut at the Verbier Festival in Switzerland with guitarist Milo? Karadagli? in a special recital at The ?glise.   In October 2015, Gheorghiu appeared for the first time ever in Australia, performing in two exceptional gala concerts at the Sydney Opera House and at Hammer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne. In November 2015, Gheorghiu performed at the Richard Tucker Opera Gala, "opera world’s most highly anticipated event of the season", at David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, in New York City. The gala was broadcast on February 5, 2016 on PBS. Gheorghiu also sang at the Richard Tucker Opera Gala in 1999. In November 2015, Gheorghiu sang at the Elena Obraztsova Opera Ball at Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, Russia. On the 29 November 2015, Gheorghiu held a humanitarian concert at the Romanian Athenaeum to raise funds for the victims of the Colectiv nightclub fire. The concert was organized in partnership with the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir and conductor Tiberiu Soare. In December 2015, Gheorghiu sang together with Ramón Vargas and Ghi?? Petean in a gala concert at Opéra de Monte-Carlo. All proceeds from this concert went to the Foundation established in the disappearance of Ramon Vargas's son, Eduardo, at the age of six ("Fund in memory of Eduardo Vargas").   In 2016, Gheorghiu returned in the title role of Puccini's Tosca at the Royal Opera House and received great critical acclaim. Gheorghiu was scheduled to appear in 5 performances, but sang in a total of 7 performances. She also returned as Tosca at the Wiener Staatsoper alongside Jonas Kaufmann and Bryn Terfel in April 2016. In September 2016, Gheorghiu performed in Tosca at the Staatsoper Berlin with "loud and prolonged ovation".   2017 marks 25 years since Gheorghiu's international debut at the Royal Opera House in 1992. She performed there in Adriana Lecouvreur in February 2017. In October of that year she made her house debut at the Teatro Massimo in Palermo, again as Adriana Lecouvrer.
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