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Montserrat Caballe in Belgrade on Sunday

05. November 2011. | 10:22

Source: Tanjug

One of the world's most famous sopranos of all times Montserrat Caballe will arrive in Belgrade on Saturday, where she will hold a concert on November 6.

One of the world's most famous sopranos of all times Montserrat Caballe will arrive in Belgrade on Saturday, where she will hold a concert on November 6.

The famous opera singer, an absolute diva nicknamed La Superba, will perform at the Belgrade Arena within her farewell tour announced at the beginning of 2011, when she stated it was time for her to retire at the age of 80, after a tour during which she would visit all places where she had performed before.

Montserrat will be accompanied by the Symphony Orchestra of the Radio Television of Serbia, under the baton of renown Spanish conductor Jose Collado. The guest performers include Haris Dzinovic and opera singer Snezana Savicic, the Belgrade Arena released.

The concert program is divided in two parts. The first part includes arias from the extensive repertoire of Caballe, who in her long and glittering career played over 90 different roles and recorded more than 80 albums, half of which are complete operas.

The second part of the concert encompasses the works of Spanish composers, and according to announcements, the audience is in for special surprises.

The tickets for the concert cost RSD 3,500, 4,500 and 5,500 (EUR 1=RSD 101).


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