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Sonya Yoncheva returns to ROH as Tosca

Sonya Yoncheva returns to the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, presenting for the first time on the legendary London stage her acclaimed portrayal of Tosca. The performances on July 14, 17 and 21 also feature Yusif Eyvazov and Aleksei Isaev in the other leading roles and are conducted by Andrea Battistoni. The staging is by Jonathan Kent.

Since her 2017 role debut at the Metropolitan Opera, Tosca has become Sonya Yoncheva’s most performed part. She has sung it in numerous international venues, including the Wiener Staatsoper, Bayerische Staatsoper Munich, Staatsoper Berlin, the Arena Verona, Baden-Baden Festspielhaus, the Zurich Opera, the Gstaad Festival, and with the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma on tour in Japan.

The Bulgarian superstar soprano made her ROH debut as Musetta in La bohème in 2013, returning as Marguerite in Faust, Violetta in La traviata, Micaëla in Carmen, the title role in a new production of Norma, as Antonia in Les contes d’Hoffmann and most recently as Mimì in La bohème in 2020.

More information and tickets to the Tosca performances in London:
https://www.rbo.org.uk/tickets-and-events/tosca-by-jonathan-kent-2024-details

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Recitals in France

Sonya Yoncheva will perform her recital program Ad una Stella in France. The first concert on June 30 at the Rencontres Musicales d’Évian Festival will be accompanied by Malcolm Martineau and video streamed by Medici TV at 8pm Central European Time. You can watch it on the following link:

https://www.medici.tv/fr/concerts/sonya-yoncheva-performs-puccini-martucci-tosti-verdi-albeniz-malcolm-martineau-rencontres-musicales-evian-2024

On July 2 at the L’Offrande Musicale Festival, Rubén Fernández Aguirre will play the piano. Both recitals will feature music by Giacomo Puccini, Giuseppe Martucci, Giuseppe Verdi and Isaac Albéniz.

Sonya has already presented Ad una Stella on many of the world’s most important stages, such as the Metropolitan Opera, Berlin Philharmonie, Staatsoper Unter den Linden, Teatro Real Madrid and the Bayerische Staatsoper Munich.

More information and tickets for the June 30 and July 2 concerts:
https://lagrangeaulac.com/evenement/sonya-yoncheva-malcolm-martineau/
https://loffrandemusicale.fr/show-item/sonya-yoncheva-2-juillet/?lang=en

[Photo: Patricia Dietzi / Gstaad New Year Music Festival 2023/2024]

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“Tosca” at Ancient Theatre of Plovdiv

Sonya Yoncheva is singing her first complete opera at the magical Ancient Theatre of her home town Plovdiv on June 4. The gala concert of Tosca, celebrating the 100th Puccini anniversary and the 70th anniversary of the State Opera Plovdiv, also features Ivan Momirov as Cavaradossi, Deyan Vatchkov as Scarpia and Bozhidar Bozhkilov as Angelotti, among others. Krastin Nastev conducts.

This season, Sonya Yoncheva has performed Tosca in Tokyo and Yokohama as well as at the Berlin State Opera. She will star as the Roman Diva in summer at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden and at the Caracalla Festival in Rome.

In Bulgaria, Sonya will next appear in August at the Summer Theatre of Varna in two other iconic Puccini roles, as Mimì in La bohème and the title role of Madama Butterfly.

[Photo: Victor Santiago / SY11]

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next performances

2024 JULY 14, 17, 21

Puccini “Tosca” Title Role

Royal Opera House Covent Garden,

London, United Kingdom
2024 JULY 26

Zarzuela Concert

Iglesia del Carmen,

Festival Perelada, Spain
2024 JULY 24, 31

Puccini “Tosca” Title Role

Caracalla Festival,

Rome, Italy

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Puccini “Sole e amore”

Recorded in June 2024 at the Évian Festival with Malcolm Martineau on the piano.

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Tannhäuser “Dich teure Halle”

Recorded in April 2024 at the Season Presentation Gala of the Wiener Staatsoper under the baton of Asher Fisch.

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Tosca “Vissi d’arte”

Recorded in April 2024 at the Staatsoper Berlin in an Alvis Hermanis staging under the baton of John Fiore.