Barbara Bonney has achieved equivalent success in artwork song, oratorio, contemporary vocal music, and opera. Her little but well-projected tone of voice is especially suitable for Mozart, the lighter Richard Strauss operas, and everything however the heaviest lieder, and she’s been cautious in her selection of repertoire; actually in her forties, she could still contact forth a brand new, girlish timbre when it had been needed. Her family members had not been a musical one, and it had been only by opportunity that her parents found out she had ideal pitch and a feeling of music — when she was three, they pointed out that she could flawlessly imitate musical sounds, like the melody that certain of family members clocks chimed. When she was old, she began piano, but discovered that she favored the greater songful tones from the cello. It had been a pastime in German that resulted in her performing career — being a college student on the School of New Hampshire she made a decision to spend per year their studies at the School of Salzburg. She proved helpful a multitude of jobs to aid herself, including cooking food, selling produce in a veggie stand, and copying music, and something day a pal recommended that she audition for the famous Mozarteum orchestra there. She hadn’t brought her cello abroad with her, because the costs of shipping and delivery were prohibitive, therefore instead she ready a song on her behalf audition, and was provided a position being a lieder pupil. Spurred on by this achievement, she auditioned for the Darmstadt Opera (understanding just two arias from the whole operatic repertoire), and was presented with the ingenue function of Anna in Nicolai’s Pass away Lustigen Weiber von Windsor (The Merry Wives of Windsor). During her years with the business, she discovered over 40 operatic jobs. In 1984, she produced her Vienna Condition Opera debut as Sophie in Richard Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier, a job which was to be among her most well-known. Another characteristic function, that of Pamina in Mozart’s Die Zauberflõte, she initial undertook in her 1985 La Scala debut. In 1987, she sang Sophie at Monte Carlo, which brought her to the eye of conductor Carlos Kleiber. Lucia Popp, as well, greatly respected her Sophie, so when Popp relinquished the function, moving on towards the Marschallin, she announced that she was transferring it to Bonney. Her Met debut is at 1988, as Naiad in Strauss’s Ariadne auf Naxos. Through the 1990s, more and more able to choose what jobs and repertoire she’d sing, she begun to decrease her operatic jobs to some of her particular favorites, such as for example Pamina, Susanna (in Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro), and Ilia (in his Idomeneo), and adding several new jobs, such as for example Zdenka in Strauss’s Arabella and Hanna Glawari (in Lehár’s Die lustige Witwe [The Merry Widow]). Like Popp, she thought we would drop the function of Sophie, departing it for youthful singers. This might allow her to invest more time performing lieder performances, and to coach. She was briefly wedded to baritone Hakan Hagegard. Among her recordings, her Mozart arias (London) and Schubert lieder (Teldec) catch her tone of voice and performing quite well.
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|Così fan tutte||2005||TV Movie||Despina|
|La clemenza di Tito||2003||TV Movie||Servilia|
|Les Boréades||2003||TV Movie||Alphise|
|Der Rosenkavalier||1994||TV Movie||Sophie|
|The Metropolitan Opera Presents||1988-1992||TV Series||Nannetta / Najade|
|Der Rosenkavalier||1985||TV Movie||Sophie|
|Goal II: Living the Dream||2007||performer: "AVE MARIA"|
|Les Boréades||2003||TV Movie performer: "Les Boréades, Tradédie lyrique 1764"|
|Hollywood Greats||2002||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Art That Shook the World||2001||TV Series documentary||Presenter|
|Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem Op. 45||1997||TV Special||Sopran|
|Dame Kiri Te Kanawa: My World of Opera||1991||TV Movie documentary||Sophie|
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