On Sunday March 10, 2019, in the entrance hall of the Paris Opera, a double signing session will be taking place at the end of the performance of Otello: Roberto Alagna will be signing copies of his book "Mon Dictionnaire Intime" published on February 21 by Le Passeur Éditeur and, along with Aleksandra Kurzak, signing copies of their latest CD “Puccini In Love” released by Sony Classical. We hope that many of you will be present!
Throughout his thirty-year career, Roberto Alagna has amassed a repertoire that includes over sixty roles (Alfredo, Manrico, Nemorino, Calaf, Radamès, Rodolfo, Don José, Mario, Werther, etc.). In 2014, he performed the title role in Otello at the Chorégies d’Orange Festival and then went on to expand his repertoire with the roles of Canio, Pinkerton,...
Polish-born soprano Aleksandra Kurzak began her musical education at the age of 7, playing violin and piano. She studied voice at the conservatories of Wroclaw and Hamburg. She made her professional opera debut at the age of 21 at the Wroclaw State Opera as Susanna in Le Nozze di Figaro.