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"Al dolce guidami…"

My debut in Valencia as Anna Bolena

from 1 to 13 October

In my annus mirabilis, rich with debuts I've long aspired to, special recognition such as the Abbiati Award, and also with personal happiness, I also have the privilege of singing for the first time as Anna Bolena, As an Italian artist, I greatly appreciate everything that was done in the second half of the twentieth century during the so-called Donizetti Renaissance. It was Anna Bolena in particular that has become a banner for Donizetti's modern-day success, after it was rediscovered at the Liceu in Barcelona in 1947, one hundred years after the inauguration of the Spanish theatre with this same opera, then performed in 1956 in Donizetti's city of birth and brought back permanently to the stage thanks to the memorable revival the following year at La Scala, with the magical quartet made up of Maria Callas, Gianandrea Gavazzeni, Luchino Visconti and Nicola Benois.

I love this role and am passionately involved in the vision of the creative team led by Maestro Maurizio Benini and stage director Jetske Mijnssen, in which we emphasize the solitude of Anna, who is denied the chance to bid farewell to her daughter. The queen dies alone, in the throes of her visions, victim to her madness born of the pain of unrequited love and humiliation.

I'd like to thank the Palau de Les Arts for giving me the honour of singing for three consecutive years, starting this year, as the three magnificent Tudor Queens.

I hope to see very many of you in Valencia for our Anna Bolena.
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