The second premiere of the opera "Floria Tosca" will be held with the participation of invited guests: Zhupar Gabdullina - soprano (Kazakhstan) and Vyacheslav Volich - conductor (Belarus, Russia)
Zhupar Gabdullina is a soprano.
Honored worker of Kazakhstan. Leading soloist of Astana opera.
Graduated from the Kazakh National Conservatory named after Kurmangazy, specialty "Solo singing" (class of assistant professor R.A. Smailova, 2003). She studied in graduate school there in the class of Professor, Honored Artist of the RK Sh.K. Abilov (2003-2005). In 2007-2013 she was a soloist of the SAOBT named after Abay. Since 2013 she is a leading soloist of the opera at SOBT "Astana Opera". She studied at the Academy of the La Scala Theater (Italy, 2014).
On stage of Mariinka-2 performed in the Odabella party in Verdi's opera “Attila”, directed by Valery Gergiev (St. Petersburg, 2014) and in the concert performance of Odabella's party on the stage of the Bastille Opera, conducted by Alan Buribaev (France, 2014).
She performed the part of Aida in the opera of the same name by G. Verdi in the Romanian National Opera and Ballet Theater, conducted by Friedrich Pfeiffer (Bucharest, 2014) and the Krasnoyarsk State Opera and Ballet Theater, conducted by A. Chepurnoy (2014). On the stage of the Istanbul Opera Theater and the Leyla Opera Theater, Ginger (Ankara) sang the part of Sarah in M. Tulebaev's opera “Birzhan-Sarah” (2014).
She performed at Carnegie Hall (New York), SonyCenter (Toronto), Stadsschouwburg (Antwerp), De Doelen (Rotterdam) concert hall, Hanoi National Opera and Ballet Theater (Vietnam).
Vyacheslav Volych is a conductor
Was born in Belarus.
He is a graduate of the Belarusian State Academy of Music (the class of the People's Artist of Russia, Professor G.Provatorov) and the Master's of the Academy (head - People's Artist of Belarus, Professor A.Anisimov). Laureate of the first National Theater Award of the Republic of Belarus (for staging the “Nabucco” by G. Verdi), the winner of the Federation of Trade Unions of Belarus in the field of literature and art, the Francisk Skoryna Medal, the Special Prize of the President of the Republic of Belarus for cultural and artistic workers for his great personal contribution to the revival of the ancient Belarusian music. From 2001 to 2006 he was the main guest conductor of the Opera and Ballet Theater of Mersin (Turkey). Since 1993 he is a conductor of the National Academic Bolshoi Opera and Ballet Theater of the Republic of Belarus. In 2003-2004 he was a Main Conductor of the National Academic Bolshoi Opera Theater of the Republic of Belarus.
In 2009, for his outstanding creative achievements, high professional skills and merits in the development of national culture and art, he was awarded the Francysk Skoryna Medal.
Since 2012 he is the conductor of the Moscow Academic Music Theater named after K.S. Stanislavsky and Vl.I. Nemirovich-Danchenko.
November 30, 2017
30 ноября 2017