The Royal Opera will dedicate the premiere of “Rigoletto” in memory of Hvorostovsky

LONDON, November 22. /Offset. TASS Ilya Dmitriev/. The December premiere of the Opera “Rigoletto” on the stage of London’s Royal Opera house will be dedicated to the memory of the deceased on Wednesday, the Russian Opera singer Dmitri Hvorostovsky. About it the correspondent of TASS reported the press Secretary of the Opera house, Ann Richards.

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“We will dedicate the premiere of “Rigoletto” December 14, memory Hvorostovsky. It was a statement, in which Mr sang in 2005,” she said. “The last time Dmitry was with us in the role of “Onegin” from December 2015 to January 2016″, – said the representative of the theatre.

Director of the Royal Opera Oliver Mears, in turn, said that in the face of Russian baritone Opera world has lost one of its brightest representatives.

“Very saddened by the news of the death of Dmitri Hvorostovsky. We will miss his artistry, his rich and beautiful voice, how he acted on stage and beyond . He was a great performer, full of humour, very considerate”, – is spoken in arrived in TASS the statement of the Mirs.

“The world of Opera lost one of its leading actors, who will be sorely missed”, he added.

Dmitri Hvorostovsky, died 22 November in London at the age of 55 years after a long illness. June 24, 2015 it was officially announced that the singer was diagnosed with a brain tumor. At the end of 2016 due to complications caused by the disease, he ceased to perform on the Opera stage, but did not interrupt his concert activity. Information about the place of funeral of the actor at the moment.

Answer 1 for “The Royal Opera will dedicate the premiere of “Rigoletto” in memory of Hvorostovsky”

  1. Patricia Rech says:

    My heart is irretrievably broken, as are so many.

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