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Legendary soprano Grubelova passed away 3 years ago, Guangzhou performance caused a sensation

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Original title: The death of legendary soprano Grubelova 3 years ago, Guangzhou performance caused a sensation

Information Times (Reporter Huang Wenhao) Slovak soprano opera singer Edita Grubelova died in Zurich on October 18, 2021, at the age of 74. Grubelova was highly praised by music fans as the “Variety of Variety”, “European Nightingale”, and the “Tianshan Child Grandma” of the opera world. In 2019, Grubelova held a special concert at the Guangzhou Xinghai Concert Hall, which attracted a large number of vocal fans and professionals to watch. When returning to the show, “Gewa” also sang the carefully prepared “I Love You, China” and invited the audience to sing in a chorus. The audience also responded with high standards, creating a scene of classical music performance in Guangzhou. classic.

Grubelova was born in Bratislava, Slovakia on December 23, 1946. She initially studied at the Bratislava Conservatory, under the tutelage of Maria Medvika, and then transferred to Bratislava. The Disrafa Academy of Performing Arts continued his studies, during which he had already made his mark on the stage of the Slovak National Theatre. In 1968, Grubelova made her debut on the opera stage and played the role of Rosina in “The Barber of Seville”. After winning the Singing Competition in Toulouse, France, she worked as an opera soloist at the JG Tajovsky Theater. On February 7, 1970, Grubelova ushered in a career breakthrough and made her debut at the Vienna State Opera, where she performed the famous role “The Queen of the Night” in Mozart’s opera “The Magic Flute”.

After conquering the audience in Vienna, Gruberova began as a soloist and was invited to sing in major operas and opera festivals around the world. In 1974, she made her debut at the Glyndebourne Festival, and in 1977, she debuted on the stage of the Metropolitan Opera in New York. In addition, she has also appeared on the Salzburg Music Festival, the Royal Opera House in London and other important opera stages. In addition to “Magic Flute”, she has performed in operas such as “The Jester”, “La Traviata”, “Lucia of La Mermore”, “Harem Abduction”, “Manon”, “Masked Ball”, “Don Giovanni” and other operas. Also well received.

Grubelova’s acting career lasted into her later years. Before the epidemic, she held a series of farewell tours around the world. In 2019, she performed Donizetti’s opera “Roberto De Veri” at the Bavarian State Opera. This farewell to the opera stage. On October 13th of the same year, Grubelova held a concert in Guangzhou Xinghai Concert Hall. The “Gewa”, who is over 70 years old, has really set off a wave of star-chasing in Guangzhou without losing the “traffic star”. After the show, the crowd of spectators waiting for the autographs lined up from the concert hall to the side of the road. Chen Qing, director of the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra, sighed at the time: “Grubelova’s concert with the Canton Fair has a lively atmosphere, which I have never seen before in the Xinghai Concert Hall for 20 years.” Critic Zhai Jia commented: “It may be the most touching concert in Xinghai Concert Hall and the highest level of audience singing, not even one of them.”

Grubelova was originally scheduled to perform at the May Music Festival in Florence in June 2020. Later, due to the epidemic, the concert was cancelled. Grubelova also announced the end of her career.

Grubelova visited Guangzhou in 2019.Photo/Xinghai Concert Hall

Information Times (Reporter Huang Wenhao) Slovak soprano opera singer Edita Grubelova died in Zurich on October 18, 2021, at the age of 74. Grubelova was highly praised by music fans as the “Variety of Variety”, “European Nightingale”, and the “Tianshan Child Grandma” of the opera world. In 2019, Grubelova held a special concert at the Guangzhou Xinghai Concert Hall, which attracted a large number of vocal fans and professionals to watch. When returning to the show, “Gewa” also sang the carefully prepared “I Love You, China” and invited the audience to sing in a chorus. The audience also responded with high standards, creating a scene of classical music performance in Guangzhou. classic.

Grubelova was born in Bratislava, Slovakia on December 23, 1946. She initially studied at the Bratislava Conservatory, under the tutelage of Maria Medvika, and then transferred to Bratislava. The Disrafa Academy of Performing Arts continued his studies, during which he had already made his mark on the stage of the Slovak National Theatre. In 1968, Grubelova made her debut on the opera stage and played the role of Rosina in “The Barber of Seville”. After winning the Singing Competition in Toulouse, France, she worked as an opera soloist at the JG Tajovsky Theater. On February 7, 1970, Grubelova ushered in a career breakthrough and made her debut at the Vienna State Opera, where she performed the famous role “The Queen of the Night” in Mozart’s opera “The Magic Flute”.

After conquering the audience in Vienna, Gruberova began as a soloist and was invited to sing in major operas and opera festivals around the world. In 1974, she made her debut at the Glyndebourne Festival, and in 1977, she debuted on the stage of the Metropolitan Opera in New York. In addition, she has also appeared on the Salzburg Music Festival, the Royal Opera House in London and other important opera stages. In addition to “Magic Flute”, she has performed in operas such as “The Jester”, “La Traviata”, “Lucia of La Mermore”, “Harem Abduction”, “Manon”, “Masked Ball”, “Don Giovanni” and other operas. Also well received.

Grubelova’s acting career lasted into her later years. Before the epidemic, she held a series of farewell tours around the world. In 2019, she performed Donizetti’s opera “Roberto De Veri” at the Bavarian State Opera. This farewell to the opera stage. On October 13th of the same year, Grubelova held a concert in Guangzhou Xinghai Concert Hall. The “Gewa”, who is over 70 years old, has really set off a wave of star-chasing in Guangzhou without losing the “traffic star”. After the show, the crowd of spectators waiting for the autographs lined up from the concert hall to the side of the road. Chen Qing, director of the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra, sighed at the time: “Grubelova’s concert with the Canton Fair has a lively atmosphere, which I have never seen before in the Xinghai Concert Hall for 20 years.” Critic Zhai Jia commented: “It may be the most touching concert in Xinghai Concert Hall and the highest level of audience singing, not even one of them.”

Grubelova was originally scheduled to perform at the May Music Festival in Florence in June 2020. Later, due to the epidemic, the concert was cancelled. Grubelova also announced the end of her career.

Grubelova visited Guangzhou in 2019.Photo/Xinghai Concert Hall

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