LocationGrand Auditorium Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
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Lauded for her special combination of meticulous conducting and depth of musical knowledge, Ukrainian Oksana Lyniv will be remembered as the first female conductor to appear at the mythical Bayreuth Festival, where she put her great talents to work on the opera The Ghost Ship for the opening concert in 2021. She is founder and artistic director of the LvivMozArt Festival and the Ukrainian Youth Symphony Orchestra, and one of the most acclaimed conductors of her generation. Her international reputation makes her a high profile ambassador for Ukrainian culture around the world, and she has become a committed voice and symbol of the fight for peace.
Oksana Lyniv Conductor
Kristine Opolais Soprano
Overture from I vespri siciliani
Adriana Lecouvreur: “Io son l’umile ancella”
Overture from La forza del destino
La forza del destino: “Pace, pace, mio Dio!
Prelude to Act I from Un ballo in maschera
— Intermission 20 min —
Madama Butterfly: Intermezzo sinfonico
Madama Butterfly: “Un bel dì, vedremo”
Rusalka: Song to the Moon
Johann Strauss II
The Blue Danube, op. 314
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