At the Royal Opera House

Situated in Covent Garden, London, and often referred by the name of it’s location, The Royal Opera House is one of the most important opera theaters in the world, it houses The Royal Ballet, The Royal Opera and the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House. The theater opened its doors on the 7th of December…

#Nocturne – Oct 20th, Barcelona

#Nocturne is the name of the concert to be presented by the countertenor Víctor Jiménez Díaz in Barcelona, Spain, on the 20th of October 2019. #Nocturne is a duet for harp and voice, that will be performed by our countertenor, Víctor Jiménez Díaz and the harpist José Antonio Domené. This concert is a concept dedicated…

Arminio – G.F.Händel

Synopsis & Libretto Italian – Romanian A combination of poetry from the XVIII century and music interpreted according to criteria of the time in which it was written by it’s composer, an execution with historical instruments. A unique opportunity in Romania, made accessible also thanks to the contribution of those of us who love art….

Orfeo ed Euridice – C.W.Gluck

Synopsis & Libretto Italian – Romanian The importance of culture goes way beyond the artistic act on stage, it transcends through the experience of the public. Therefore it is crucial to think about accessibility, so that the public can understand it, relate to it, remember it and talk about it as a glad memory. (Alexandra…

Recital of young performers of lyrical art

The National Opera of Bucharest organized Sunday morning a foyer recital to promote the young talents of lyrical performance. With an interesting staging concept, the production surprised the public with the start of each performance, by sitting most of the singers within the public metamorphosed as young kids with their smartphones, alternating with performances displaying…

NEW ALBUM: Bocatto di Cardinale

15th of May 2019 – Spanish countertenor Víctor Jiménez Díaz launches his debut album with Ensemble Rigaudon, under the label of ℗ 2019 Columna Música. The generous selection of 22 baroque cantatas, some of them rescued from centuries of dust and presented as an absolute first audition, is the result of seven years of research…

What is Baroque music?

Did you know? Baroque music forms a major portion of the “classical music” canon, and is now widely studied and performed. Composed from approximately 1580 to 1750, it followed the Renaissance music era, and was followed in turn by the Classical era. Claudio Monteverdi, considered a crucial transitional figure between the Renaissance and the Baroque…