Dinara Alieva Soprano

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Born in Baku (Azerbaijan), where she graduated, Dinara Alieva won many awards in international competitions, such as Plácido Domingo’s Operalia (Milan, 2010), Francesco Viñas Competition (Barcelona, 2010), the Maria Callas Competition (Athens) and Elena Obraztsova (Saint-Petersburg). In 2010, after a joined concert with Plácido Domingo, she was nominated Honoured Artist of Azerbaijan. She made her debut as soloist at the Baku Theatre, and then performed Violetta (La Traviata) at the Mikhailovski in Saint-Petersburg. She is today soloist of the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, where she sings many roles, such as Liù (Turandot), Rosalinde (Die Fledermaus), Musetta and Mimi (La Bohème), Marfa (The Tsar’s Bride), Micaela (Carmen), Violetta (La Traviata), Elisabetta (Don Carlo), Amelia (A Masked Ball), Iolanta, Rusalka. She is invited to perform at the Vienna Staatsoper (Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni, Tatiana in Eugene Onegin, Violetta, Liù), at the Frankfort Opera (Violetta, Mimi), at the Bayerische Staatsoper (Giulietta in Hoffmann’s Tales), at the Deutsche Oper Berlin (Violetta, Donna Elvira, Magda in La Rondine, in a Rolando Villazon’s production), at the Semperoper Dresden (Mimi), at the Hamburg Staatsoper (Violetta), at the Oviedo Opera (Marie in Mazeppa), in Beijing (Rusalka), Riga (Elvira in Ernani), at the Israel Opera House and at the Verdi Festival in Parma (Leonora in Il Trovatore). She took part in the memorial concert dedicated to Maris Callas in the Greece’s Thessaloniki Concert Hall and Athens’ Megaron Concert Hall, as well as at the Elena Obraztsova Jubilee Gala at the Bolshoi and Mikhailovski Theatre Halls. She sang Verdi’s Requiem at the Linz Bruckner Hall and in Moscow (where she also sang the Missa Solemnis). She recorded an album of Italian arias, released by Delos Records (Pace mio Dio), and a recital with the New Russian State Symphony Orchestra for Naxos (Russian Songs and Arias), as well as an album with tenor Aleksandrs Antonenko and conducted by Constantine Orbelian.

Nedda (Pagliacci) at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona, La Rondine at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, debut at the Royal Opera House, London, in La Traviata.

In his debut at the Paris Opera.

Immerse in the Paris Opera universe

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