“As for next year, Gheorghiu makes an as-yet-unannounced return for the first time in seven years to the Met in New York.”
Whatever you think of Angela Gheorghiu, she epitomizes a star sound, the kind of voice that’s recognizable within three seconds, and she definitely knows her way around a performance.
The Met Orchestra will stream a concert including the virtual participation of Angela Gheorghiu live from Bucharest.
No one ever leaves a star. That’s what makes one a star.
Astonishing Angela Gheorghiu blows a kiss and takes a bow after her role debut as Rose in Gypsy.
For her first CD in six years, Angela Gheorghiu has chosen Italian repertoire.
And after this CD (due in October) she’ll make another, and another!
“Marlis Petersen, in her first shot at the role, is as complete a video Violetta as Rosanna Carteri, Marie McLaughlin or the young Angela Gheorghiu, and as riveting as Teresa Stratas or Anna Netrebko.”
Angela Gheorghiu‘ s idiosyncratically alluring, sometimes maddening, always fascinating Floria Tosca inevitably became the evening’s unmissable raison d’être.
Lisette Oropesa sang “The Lost One”—the meaning of “traviata.”
You know what they all said: “At this rate, she’ll never make it to 50.”