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6/26/2023, 7:30 p.m.

Juliana Grigoryan
& Petr Nekoranec

Juliana Grigoryan – soprano
Petr Nekoranec – tenor
Boris Prýgl – baritone
PKF – Prague Philharmonia
Rastislav Štúr – conductor

Armenian soprano Juliana Grigoryan won the prestigious Plácido Domingo Operalia competition in October 2022. Four months earlier, in June 2022, she also won first prize at the International Stanislaw Moniuszko Singing Competition in Warsaw. At the age of 25, she is on the threshold of a great career – in fact, she has already crossed that threshold! Juliana graduated from the State Conservatory in Yerevan and in 2018 became a member of the Armenian National Opera's Young Artist Project. In December 2022, she appeared as Liù (Turandot) at the Dutch National Opera in Amsterdam, in March 2023 she will perform Mimi (La bohème) in Ravenna, and in June she will make her debut at La Scala in Milan as the Second Wood Nymph in Rusalka.

Tenor Petr Nekoranec is also a laureate of many world competitions. The soloist of the National Theatre Opera in Prague excelled in Florence in October 2022 as Oronte in Handel's Alcina alongside Cecilia Bartoli in the title role and in March 2023 as Pylades (Gluck: Iphigénie en Tauride) at the Opéra national de Lorraine in Nancy. In Prague we will hear both artists in arias and scenes from operas by Donizetti, Gounod, Puccini, Verdi and Dvořák's Rusalka. The guest of the concert will be baritone Boris Prýgl, a finalist in two prestigious international singing competitions: Belvedere and Operalia Plácido Domingo, where he was awarded the coveted Birgit Nilsson Award.

The concert is held under the auspices of Dr. Ashot Hovakimian, Ambassador of the Republic of Armenia.

» www.petrnekoranec.eu
» www.pkf.cz
» Boris Prýgl

Program

GAETANO DONIZETTI (1797–1848)
1. Anna Bolena, Overture

2. Piangete voi?... Al dolce guidami castel natio (Anna Bolena)
Anna Bolena, Act II
Juliana Grigoryan

ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK (1841–1904)
1. Rusalka, Polonaise

2. Vidino divná, přesladká (Prince)
Rusalka, Act I
Petr Nekoranec

3. Song to the Moon (Rusalka)
Rusalka, Act I
Juliana Grigoryan

4. Celý svět nedá ti, nedá (Vodník)
Rusalka, Act II
Boris Prýgl

5. Miláčku, znáš mne, znáš? (Rusalka & Prince)
Rusalka, Act III
Juliana Grigoryan & Petr Nekoranec

Interval

GIACOMO PUCCINI (1858–1924)
1. Che gelida manina – Mi chiamano Mimi – O soave fanciulla (Rodolfo & Mimì)
La bohème, Act I
Juliana Grigoryan & Petr Nekoranec

2. Vecchia zimarra, senti (Colline)
La bohème, Act IV
Boris Prýgl

3. Donde lieta usci (Mimì)
La bohème, Act III
Juliana Grigoryan

4. O Mimì, tu più non torni (Rodolfo & Marcello)
La bohème, Act IV
Petr Nekoranec & Boris Prygl

GIUSEPPE VERDI (1813–1901)
1. La traviata, Preludio, Act III

2. Parigi, o cara/o noi lasceremo (Alfredo & Violetta)
La traviata, Act III
Petr Nekoranec & Juliana Grigoryan

Program is subject to change

Project partners

UniCredit Bank

General partner
of the concert series

Benzina ORLEN

Main partner
of the concert series

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