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Sophie ANGEBAULT (GM)
Nicola BELLER CARBONE(GM)
Yun Jung CHOI (GM)
Melody LOULEDJIAN (GM)
Eleonore MARGUERRE (GM)
Norma NAHOUN (GM)
Hedwig FASSBENDER (GM)
Elzbieta ARDAM (Div)
Renée MORLOC (GM)
Andreas CONRAD (GM)
Stephan RÜGAMER (F)
Roman SADNIK (Div)
Björn BÜRGER (GM)
Alexandre DUHAMEL (GM)
Barytons Basses / Basses
Guillaume ANTOINE (GM)
Paul GAY (GM)
Wenwei ZHANG (GM)
Metteur en Scène
Mariame CLEMENT (GM)
General Management : GM
various countries : Div
France : F
|Nicola BELLER CARBONE|
Soprano Nicola Beller Carbone is sought after in a variety of leading roles such as Tosca, Salome, Marietta, and Roselinda. Her acclaimed Salome has recently been heard in Monte Carlo, Bruxelles, and Montreal. She has also recently performed Tosca in Beijing and at the Tenerife Festival, Freia in Das Rheingold in Venice, Marie in Wozzeck in Santa Fe, and Marietta in Die Tote Stadt in Frankfurt and Montreal and in Marco Tutino’s Senso in Palermo and Warsaw.
Upcoming engagements include, Carlotta in Die Gezeichnenten in Köln, Die Infantin in Zemlinsky’s Der Zwerg at the Opera de Paris, Freia in Das Rheingold in Monte Carlo, and Katerina in Lady Macbeth of Mtsenskin Monte Carlo.
In 2012, she sang Salome in Bruxelles, Nyssia in König Kandaules in Palermo, Musetta at the Festival d’Orange, Salome in Zürich, Pepita Gimenez in La Plata..
In 2011, she was Salome in Monte-Carlo, Marie (Wozzeck) in Santa Fe, Salome in Montreal…
In 2010, was heard in Montreal as Tosca, then in Köln in La Voix Humaine; in April, she again revived her Tosca in Tours. In the following July, she sang Rosalinde in Vienna, and in November, Tchaikovsky’s Francesca da Rimini in La Plata.
In 2009, she sang Salome in Genève, Tenerife, Las Palmas and Düsseldorf, Marietta in Die tote Stadt in Palermo and Gutrune inGötterdämmerung in Venezia.
In 2008, she sang Tosca in Nice, Nantes, and Athens, Salome in Torino, Marie in Wozzeck in Graz, Krenek’s Karl V in Bregenz, Rosalinde in Lyon.
In 2007, she was Lady Macbeth of Mtsenskin a new production in Toronto, as well as in Berlin. During this year she also sang Sieglinde in Die Walküre in Weimar, Franzi in Wiener Blut in Nancy.
In 2005, Ariadne in Wiesbaden and Marie in Wozzeck in Essen In October, she was at The Carnegie Hall New York for a concert with Lieder by R. Strauss and Granados, in November, Jenny / Mahagonny at the Deutsche Oper Berlin.
2006 saw her debut as Katerina Ismailova in Lady Macbeth von Mzensk in St. Gallen conducted by Jiri Kout. In March, she sang Santuzza at the Deutsche Oper Berlin, followed by a new production of Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk in Weimar. In July, she sang a concert version of Busoni’s Turandot at the Macerata Festival.
In 2003, she made her debut as Salome in Weimar and in Hannover. In May, Dietmut / Feuersnot by Richard Strauss in Munich at the Prinzregententheater, First Dame at the Bayerische Staatsoper, where she also sang Tatiana in Eugen Onegin. In 2004, she made her successful debut as Tosca and Santuzza in Cavalleria rusticana, and returned in Weimar for Salome.
In 1993, she sang Fiordiligi, Contessa, Antonia in Munich at the Gärtnerplatz Theater, followed by engagements with the Bayerische Staatsoper München, Kölner Philarmonie, Bonner Philarmonie and German Television (ZDF). From 1996 to 2001, as a member of the ensemble at the Nationaltheater Mannheim, she sang a number of roles including Jenny in Weill’s Mahagonny, Micaela, Mimi, Liu, Violetta, Donna Anna, Freia, Gutrune, and Rosalinde. During those years, she also was a guest at the Aaltotheater in Essen, Deutsche Oper am Rhein in Düsseldorf, and the Semperoper Dresden.
No stranger to the recital and concert stage, she has performed Shostakovitch’s 14th Symphony with the Berlin Philharmonic. She has also performed the last scene from Salomeand Chausson’s Poème de l’amour et de la Mer with the Bamberger Symphonic under the baton of Michael Gielen. This same program was later repeated at the Berlin Konzerthaus with the Berlin Symphony Orchestra.
Beller Carbone is a graduate of the prestigious opera studio of the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich. A native of Germany, she grew up in Spain, and now resides in Italy.
She has been the recipient of numerous prizes, fellowships, and awards, one of which, the First Prize for Singing (Madrid) led to study with Astrid Varnay in Munich. She was also the recipient of the Staatlicher Förderpreis für Darstellende Künstler in 1996.