The famous soprano will sing in the Grand hall in honor of Elena Obraztsova.
30 may in the Great hall of the Moscow Conservatory will be a unique concert singer Julia Lezhneva — “Mozart gala”. This evening opens a new project of the Elena Obraztsova Foundation “Golden
voice competitions Elena Obraztsova”.
The uniqueness of the Plank not only in its incredibly pure and easy voice, which is compared with the angels singing. He allows her to sing as the works of the XIX century and the ancient music of Vivaldi, Bach and Handel. The Russian stars are amazingly bright and very early career. Lezhneva was born on Sakhalin island in a family of geophysicists in 5 years beginning
to learn music, then graduated from music school and College
at the Moscow Conservatory in two specialties — vocals and piano. While still a student, Lezhneva
perfected her vocal technique at master classes by Elena Obraztsova and the Academy Rossini in Italian Pesaro.
And then Prodigy Yulia let her not to go through the usual singers: she did not go to the Conservatory! After all, in the 16 years Lezhneva won the International competition of young singers Elena Obraztsova and made his debut at the Bolshoi hall of Moscow Conservatory, soloist in “Requiem” of Mozart! And in 17 years, Julia was awarded the Grand Prix at the International
competition for young Opera singers of Elena Obraztsova, and then won the International competitions in Helsinki and Paris.
Now Russian singer 28 years. She was awarded many prestigious prizes and awards, performing at the most famous venues in the world including the Royal albert hall in London, the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Vienna
Konzerthaus, and the Lincoln center in new York. A may 30, Lezhneva will perform in the Great hall of the Moscow Conservatory together with the pianist and conductor Mikhail Antonenko (creative tandem Lezhneva and Antonenko 11 years), and vocal
ensemble “Intrada” under the direction of Ekaterina Antonenko, and the State chamber orchestra of Russia. The concert will feature music of Mozart: Symphony No. 35 “Haffner”, Opera and
concert arias, sacred music.
Photo: courtesy of the organizers of the event