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26 May

The opera “La Traviata” by G. Verdi will be held on June 2

2 червня, на сцені театру відбудеться показ опери Дж. Верді "Травіата" під керуванням диригента Будапештського фестивального оркестру Володимира Фаншіля

The opera “La Traviata” by G. Verdi will be held on June 2 under the baton of Budapest Festival Orchestra Vladimir Fanshil

Cast (June 2)

  • VIOLETTA VALERY (soprano) - Anastasia Golub
  • FLORA BERVOIX, her friend (mezzo-soprano) - Marina Godulian
  • ALFREDO GERMONT (tenor) - Honoured Artist of Ukraine Vladislav Goray
  • GIORGIO GERMONT, his father (baritone) - Alexander Stryuk
  • GASTON (tenor) - Andrey Perfilov
  • BARONE DOUPHOL (bass) - People's Artist of Ukraine Vasiliy Navrotskiy
  • MARCHESE d’OBIGNY (baritone) - Vasiliy Dobrovolskiy
  • DOTTORE GRENVIL (bass) - ViKtor Shevchenko
  • ANNINA (soprano) - Elena Odinokova

Conductor - Vladimir Fanshil


Vladimir Fanshil

This season Australian conductor Vladimir Fanshil has enjoyed successful debut concerts with the Konzerthaus Orchestra Berlin, Budapest Festival Orchestra, Wroclaw Philharmonic, Odessa Philharmonic, Odessa State Opera, at the Bashmet Festival and at The White Nights Festival of the Mariinsky Theatre, St Petersburg.

Vladimir was the assistant conductor to Iván Fischer with both the Budapest Festival Orchestra and the Konzerthaus Orchestra Berlin for the past four seasons (2013-2017). He has travelled the globe with the BFO and also assisted on the orchestra’s celebrated Mahler and Beethoven recordings.

At the same time Vladimir founded and directed the ‘Debut to Master’ concert series at the St Petersburg Philharmonic, where together with acclaimed international artists he developed diverse programmes including involvement of actors, poetry and lighting, which attracted a cult following of young audiences.

In 2012 he completed five years of study in St Petersburg, where he conducted concerts and operas with the State Hermitage Orchestra and St Petersburg Philharmonic. He was then immediately engaged to collaborate on a new production of Borodin’s Prince Igor at the the Hamburg State Opera and made his Sydney Opera House debut.

 

Vladimir studied piano with Prof. Nikolai Evrov at the Sydney Conservatorium and is a published poet.