Vienna operetta. Best
Date and time
07 March 2020, Saturday 19:00
Vienna operetta. The best
Luxury, chic, grandeur and aristocracy — these are the words one could use to describe the royal and exquisite Vienna. It is a city of famous Austrian aristocrats, where Ukrainian singer Natalya Stepanyak brought the best from — music. The exquisite and enchanting atmosphere of Vienna in the 1920s was conveyed with the music of the classics of the Vienna operetta and more. Kálmán, Lehár, Kreisler and others.
True sensuality and incredible lightness. While listening to these operettas, you might find yourself at a noble reception with highly respected guests — our listeners.
Sophisticated, elegant and chic — this music will capture your hearts!
The soloist of the Odesa Opera — Natalya Stepanyak
Oleksandra Moroz — violin
Dmytro Mykytin — piano
M. Moszkowski - Boabdil
F. Kreisler - The Joy of Love and the Passion of Love
F. Kreisler - Beautiful rosemary
M. Ponce - Estrellita
L. Andre - Polka
K. Böhm - Zitherständchen, Waltz Etude (Canzona, Arioso, Mon bijou)
F. Zuppé - Fiaetta's Aria "Hab ich nur deine Liebe" from Bocaccio's operetta
I. Kalman - Aria "Heia heia in den Bergen ist mein Heimatland" from the operetta "Queen of Chardash" ("Silva")
F. Legar - Anna's Arya from the opera The Merry Widow
F. Lehar - Judith's Aria "Meine Lippen Sie Kussen so heib" from Judith's operetta
The order of works at a concert may be different!
Ukrainian soprano singer Natalya Stepanyak is a winner of many competitions, including the special Best Belcanto Style Singer award at the Jan Kiepura International Opera Singers Competition. She is a finalist of the Competizione dell`Opera held in 2017 in Linz, Austria, and the winner of the Vladimir Spivakov Foundation's Young Talents vocal competition (Moscow, 2008).
Natalya Stepanyak received her Master's Degree at the Mykola Lysenko Lviv National Academy of Music specializing in Folk Instruments (Bandura) and Solo Singing.
In the winter of 2019, Natalya completed her studies at the Vienna University of Music and Art and received a Master of Arts Degree in Opera.
She performed on the stages of opera houses in Austria, Germany, Italy, and Bulgaria. She has given many solo concerts, collaborating with different orchestras at various concert venues in Europe. Her own Reincarnation project in Lviv was the largest and she acted not only as a soloist, but also as a producer, initiator and director of the project. In 2019, together with her associates she launched the ColoraturaOperaLab Training Project for opera singers.
Dmytro Mykytyn is a young pianist from Lviv, who regularly performs as a soloist and as a member of various ensembles with viola, violin, flute, and also performs as a trio, quartet and quintet, piano duets. The musician is already well known to the Lviv public for the projects Music for Relaxation, Gustav Mahler's Night, French Carnival, Around the World in 80 Minutes, Cartoons accompanied by Live Music, Chopin. Field. Nocturnes, Songs from Seville, Beethoven. Bagatelle, Debussy's 24 Preludes, Jazz in classics and many others. He participated in a large-scale tour of Ukrainian classics called the Ukrainian Live Tour.
Oleksandra Moroz is a talented violinist, winner of international competitions, concertmaster of Youth Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine (YSOU), participated in many international music festivals - Music in Old Kraków (Poland), LvivMozArt (Ukraine), Beethoven Fest (Germany), and now she actively tours with leading orchestras of Ukraine, such as the K&K Philharmoniker, INSO – Lviv, Lviv National Philharmonic Orchestra.