September 22, 2021
On September 22, 2021, Sonya Yoncheva will make her debut at the prestigious George Enescu Festival, appearing in recital with pianist Malcolm Martineau. The concert, entitled “Ad una stella”, which takes place at the Romanian Athenaeum in Bucharest, features music by Duparc, Viardot, Chausson, Donizetti, Delibes, Puccini, Martucci, Tosti and Verdi; she will reprise this program at the Staatsoper Unter Linden, Berlin on December 6.
On October 21, she will perform a recital at the historic Salle Gaveau in Paris, featuring music by Duparc, Chausson, Verdi, Puccini, Donizetti, Viardot and Delibes, once again accompanied by Malcom Martineau.
On October 29, she travels to Aarhus, Denmark for a concert conducted by Maestro Domingo Hindoyan leading the Aarhus Symoniorchester featuring music by Verdi, Mascagni, Catalani, Puccini and Dvořák.
On November 1, the Bulgarian soprano heads to the Victoria Hall in Geneva, where she launches her highly acclaimed “Rebirth” tour, which will take her also at the Palau de la Música Barcelona on November 15 and Teatro alla Scala Milan three days later. She will be accompanied by the Cappella Mediterranea led by Leonardo García Alarcón.
On November 4, Sonya Yoncheva will perform a concert at the Greek National Opera in Athens, co-starring tenor Marin Yonchev and conducted by Maestro Philippe Auguin leading the OGN Orchestra, with a program entirely devoted to Puccini.
On November 8, she travels to the Bela Bartók Hall in Budapest, where she reprised her all Puccini program with tenor Marin Yonchev accompanied by Maestro Francesco Ivan Ciampa at the helm of the Hungarian State Orchestra.
Finally, on December 1 she will grace the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow; Bulgarian conductor leads the Russian National Youth Symphony Orchestra in a program featuring music by Dvořák, Mascagni, Verdi, Puccini, Leoncavallo, Massenet and Bizet.