Astana Opera House Artists Perform at Qyzyljar Music Fest in Petropavlovsk

NUR-SULTAN – Astana Opera Home musicians and artists been given a thunderous ovation after executing in the remaining two times of the open-air Qyzyljar tunes fest using put July 1-7 in Petropavlovsk in northern Kazakhstan, claimed the theater’s press company.

Astana Opera House’s soloists through a single of their performances at the competition. Photograph credit history: Astana Opera theater

The celebration gathered close to 300 Kazakh, German, Italian and Bashkir performers in a variety of locations of modern-day lifestyle, which include folk and present day choreography, folks and pop audio, jazz, rock and classical music. 

Even nevertheless the theater’s group experienced to present Gioachino Rossini’s “The Silken Ladder” one particular-act operatic farca comica at the phase of Pogodin Russian Drama Theater owing to temperature problems, the company were being deeply impressed by the artists’ competencies.

“Unfortunately, not so lots of people today, specially the youthful generation, now pay attention to classical audio, while opera however stays one thing magical and incomprehensible. Today’s overall performance by the Astana Opera orchestra and soloists lifted the veil into the world of higher artwork,” claimed city resident Yelena Kolyuzhnaya, who attended the final gala live performance. 

Kolyuzhnaya stated that “the enchanting songs awakens concealed feelings and makes eyes tear up with pleasure,” expressing gratitude to the proficient musicians and soloists.

According to theater’s conductor and Honored Artist of Kazakhstan Abzal Mukhitdinov, the gala live performance showcased arias and duets from operas by Kazakh and foreign composers, as perfectly as common classical songs.

Soloists of the theater brightened up the fest’s ultimate day with their performances of the most renowned opera compositions, such as Habanera aria from Georges Bizet’s “Carmen,” aria of Don José from “Carmen,” verses of Escamillo from “Carmen,” a barcarolle from Jacques Offenbach’s “The Tales of Hoffman,” and “Funiculì, Funiculà” tune by Luigi Denza among many others.

Speaking about the ambitions of theater’s participation in the pageant, Mukhitdinov pointed out opera popularization between the country’s citizens who do not have the opportunity to attend the opera theater and the advertising of the theater and its gifted artists.

The video was released on Instagram account of Culture, Archives and Documentation Division of North Kazakhstan Area