Soprano Natalia Pavlova was supposed to perform for a second concert in New York at Carnegie Hall in the coming days, as she did last year, when we met her at the home of mutual friends, Jacquie and Antonio Monda after the Standing Ovation she received at Carnegie Hall. Covid-19 has turned everything upside down, with Carnegie Hall canceling all concerts for an indefinite period. But Natasha absolutely did not want to stop her artistic activity in New York, a city she loves very much, where she feels at home, as she told us in the long portrait that La Voce di New York dedicated to her last year.
So on Sunday, August 2nd at 2 pm (ET) / 8 pm (Rome) she will perform in the concert entitled Sweet Harmonies, managed by the important platform of Boston GroupMuse, broadcast in high quality audio video streaming from the important Roman house where, on a precious piano at Steinway and Sons, she will be accompanied by the international pianist Elena Burova.
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Moscow and Rome-based soprano Natalia Pavlova has graced the stages of Carnegie Hall of New York, Moscow Chaikovsky State Conservatory, Auditorium Parco della Musica (Rome), and many others throughout the world. Active in performing music from antiquity to today, she was a soloist for 6 years in the Moscow theater School of Dramatic Art, directed by Anatoly Vasiliev.
Natalia has sung world premiere performances and recordings of works by composers Giovanni Sollima, Venus Rey and Iraida Yusupova, composed specially for her voice, as well as pieces by Vladimir Martynov. She serves on the Artistic Council of The First Cultural International Festival, Russian-Rome, Palazzo Poli in Rome, and was recently awarded the Silver Lion at the Narnia International Festival, as well as the International “Clean Sound” Award.
The diverse program will include rare treasures from the Baroque era, works from the romantic masters of Italian bel canto, art songs from Russia and England, and contemporary works by Ennio Morricone, Venus Rey Jr, Iraida Yusupova, composed specially for Natalia, Jocelyn Pook and more… including a world premier!
The concert was also organized on the occasion of the release of Natalia’s new CD “Pavlova Songs ” with music of Venus Rey Jr in the important Italian record company Da Vinci Classics. The cycle “Pavlova Songs” (after the great Russian poet Vera Pavlova, Natalia’s mother) was successfully exhibited by Natalia in Carnegie Hall of New York. The other pieces of the CD is Bachiana Mexicana No. 2 “Wistful Poems” and Bachiana Mexicana No. 4 for cello “Bach in Tehuantepec”. Maestro Fabrizio Da Ros conducts the famous Moscow MUSIC VIVA orchestra.