Olga Guryakova. Recital2009 (Audio - Recital)
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Olga Guryakova was born in Novokuznetsk, and graduated from the Moscow Conservatory. In 1994, she was admitted to the company of the Musical Theatre by Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko (Moscow). She has performed, among others, the parts of Tatyana (Eugène Oneguine), Mimi (La Bohème), Desdemona (Otello); Thais (Thais), Micaela (Carmen), Elvira (Ernani), Gorislava (Russlan et Ludmilla) and Militrisa (The tale of Tsar Saltan, Rimsky-Korsakov).
Olga Guryakova appears regularly at the Ludwigsburg Festival and the Schleswig-Holstein Festival, both in Germany. She has often performed Britten’s War Requiem under the direction of Rostropovitch throughout Europe.
She made her debut in the United-States in 1998 at the Metropolitan Opera singing the part of Maria (Mazeppa, Tchaikovsky) under the direction of Gergiev. She performed at Carnegie Hall the part of Iolanta and Desdemona again under the direction of Gergiev in Frankfurt and in Rimini. At La Scala, she sang Maria in Mazeppa (Tchaikovsky) under the baton of Maestro Rostropovitch and in 2005 at the Salzburg Festival with Gergiev.
In subsequent seasons, Miss Guryakova made her debut at the Vienna Staatsoper (Ernani and Pagliacci) and the Mariinsky Theatre in St-Petersburg. She returns regularly to the Opéra Bastille (War and Peace, Rusalka, Eugene Onegin) and the Opéra de Lyon (Otello, Pique Dame). She has also sang at the Grand Théâtre de Genève and the Opéra de Monte-Carlo (Don Carlo) as well as the theatre de la Monnaie (La Bohème), the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence (Eugene Onegin), the San Francisco Opera (La Bohème), the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich (Rusalka, Pique-Dame, Eugene Onegin and Madama Butterfly), the Teatro alla Scala (Eugene Onegin) and the Houston Grand Opera (Simone Boccanegra), the Metropolitan Opera (The Gambler) and the Royal Opera House Covent Garden (Slippers of the Tsarina).
In upcoming seasons, Miss Guryakova will return to the Munich Opera (Rusalka), the Vienna Staatsoper (Madama Butterfly and Manon Lescaut) and the Paris Opera (Pique-Dame and The Invisible City of Kitège).
She will make her debut at Zurich Opera this season (Prince Igor).
1. Louise, Act III: Depuis le jour ou je me suis donnee …
2. Otello, Act IV: Willow Song: Ave Maria
3. Don Carlos, Act V: Tu che le vanita conoscesti del mondo
4. Act I: Si. Mi chiamo Mimi
5. Act III: Addio! D'onde lieta usci
6. Madama Butterfly, Act II: Un bel di, vedremo
7. Tosca, Act II: Vissi d'arte
8. Faust, Act IV: Il etait un roi de Thule - Ah! Je ris