Dinara Alieva

Soprano

Dinara Alieva was born in Baku and graduated from the Baku Music Academy in 2004. Her career began in The Baku Opera and Ballet Theatre, where she was a soloist from 2002 to 2005, appearing in leading roles in Verdi's Il Trovatore (Leonora), Puccini's La Boheme (Mimi), Verdi's La Traviata (Violetta), Leoncavallo's Pagliacci (Nedda). She is presently a soloist at the Bolshoi Theatre, where she debuted in 2009 as Liu in Puccini's Turandot.

Alieva is a laureate of several international competitions, including Bulbul (Baku, 2005), Maria Callas (Athens, 2007), Elena Obraztsova (St. Petersburg, 2007), Francesco Vinas (Barcelona, 2010), and Placido Domingo Operalia (Filarmonica Della Scala, 2010).

Alieva performs at major opera theatres and concert halls both in Russia and abroad, and regularly collaborates with leading Russian conductors and symphony orchestras, including Vladimir Fedoseyev's Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Spivakov's Moscow Virtuosi, and Mark Gorenshtein's State Academic Symphony Orchestra of Russia.

She also has an enduring artistic collaboration with The Symphony Orchestra of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic and Maestro Yuri Temirkanov. Alieva has performed many times with the orchestra in St. Petersburg, both in special programs and as part of "Christmas Meetings" and "Arts Square" festivals. In 2007 she toured Italy with the orchestra. Alieva has also performed repeatedly under the direction of Italian conductors, including Fabio Mastrangelo, Julian Corela, Giuseppe Sabatini and others.

Alieva's tours have taken her throoughout Europe and the U.S. Among others, she appeared at the Crescendo Festival gala concert at Gaveau Hall in Paris (2007) and at the Musical Olympus Festival at Carnegie Hall. At a 2009 gala-concert for Maria Callas Remembrance Day at Megaron Hall in Athens, she performed arias from La Traviata, Tosca and Pagliacci. In October of last year, Alieva toured Japan.

Performances with the RNO

April 2019

In Russia

27 Sat

Great Hall, Moscow Conservatory

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

Italian Masterpieces of Opera Choral Art

Verdi
Introduction from the opera Nabucco
Choir of Jews from the opera Nabucco
"Un patto! Un giuramento! - Si ridesti il Leon di Castiglia" from the opera Ernani
Aria of Elvira from the opera Ernani
Choir from Act IV of the opera Lombards in the First Crusade
Introduction from the opera Attila
Finale of Act II of the opera Attila
Aria from Act VI of the opera The Troubadour
Choir of soldiers from the opera The Troubadour
Gypsy Choir from the opera The Troubadour
Grand Aria of Leonora with a chorus from Act II of the opera The Power of Destiny
Finale of Act II (in the monastery) of the opera The Power of Destiny
Choir "Ronda" from Act III of the opera Power of Destiny
Choir "Tarantella" from Act III of the opera The Power of Destiny
Boito
Prologue from the opera Mephistopheles
Verdi
The Choir of the Expelled Scots from Act IV of the opera Macbeth
Puccini
Manon's scene from Act IV of the opera Manon Lesko
Backstage Choir from Act II from the opera Chio-chio-san
Mascany
Christmas Carol (no.3) from the opera Rural Honor
Leoncavallo
"Bell" choir from the opera Pagliacci
Verdi
Gypsy Choir and Spanish Matador Choir from the opera Traviata
Grand Finale from Act II of the opera Aida
Conductor:

Pier Giorgio Morandi

Guest Artists:

Dinara Alieva, Soprano

Great Academic Choir “Masters of Choral Singing”

2018-2019 Season

In Russia

13 Sat

Great Hall, Moscow Conservatory

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

Verdi
Overture to the opera La forza del destino
Puccini
Cavaradossi's Aria ("Recondita Armonia") from Tosca
Bizet
Jose's Aria ("La fleur") from Carmen
Puccini
Intermezzo from Manon Lesco
Pinkerton's Aria ("Addio fiorito asil") from Madama Butterfly
Massne
Werther's Arioso ("Pourquoi me réveiller") from Werther
Mascagni
Intermezzo from Cavalleria rusticana
Hacibeyli
Overture from Kor Oglu
Hacibeyli
Kor Oglu's aria from Kor Oglu
Amirov
Balash's aria from Sevil
Tchaikovsky
Polonaise from Eugene Onegin
German's Ariozo from The Queen of Spades
Conductor:

Yalchin Adigezalov

Guest Artists:

Dinara Alieva, Soprano

Azer Rzazade, Tenor

2018-2019 Season

March 2017

In Russia

07 Tue

Great Hall, Moscow Conservatory

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

Dinara Alieva Music Festival

Puccini
Opera "Swallow" in a concert performance
Conductor:

Jānis Liepiņš

Guest Artists:

Dinara Alieva, Soprano

Charles Castronovo, Tenor

Marina Zyatkova, Soprano

Andrea Giovannini, Tenor

Great Academic Choir “Masters of Choral Singing”

2016-2017 Season

June 2016

In Russia

01 Wed

Bolshoi Theater

Moscow

Russia

Program

Benefit Concert: Dmitri Hvorostovsky and Friends for Children

Rimsky-Korsakov
Procession of the Nobles from the opera Mlada
Tchaikovsky
The Ballad of Tomsk from the opera The Queen of Spades
Gounod
Faust's Aria (Salut Demure chaste et pure!) from the opera Faust
Verdi
Attila's aria from the opera Attila
Bizet
Prelude from the opera Carmen
Gypsy song from the opera Carmen
Verdi
Gypsy Chorus from The Troubadour opera
Puccini
Intermezzo from the opera "Manon Lescaut"
Rodolfo's aria ("Che gelida manina") and Duet of Mimi and Rodolfo ("O soave fanciulla") from the opera La Boheme
Verdi
Leonora's cavatina ("Tacea la notte placida") and Cabaletta from the opera Troubadour
Prelude to the Second Act of the opera A Masked Ball
Bellini
Duet of Giorgio and Riccardo ("Suoni la Tromba") from the opera The Puritans (I Puritani)
Conductor:

Constantine Orbelian

Guest Artists:

Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Baritone

Ildar Abdrazakov, Bass

Dinara Alieva, Soprano

Yulia Mazurova, Mezzo-soprano

Stephen Costello, Tenor

Great Academic Choir “Masters of Choral Singing”

2015-16 Season

October 2015

In Russia

17 Sat

Great Hall, Moscow Conservatory

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

Verdi
La Traviata (opera in concert performance)
Conductor:

Fabio Mastrangelo

Guest Artists:

Dinara Alieva, Soprano

Stefano Secco, Tenor

Vasily Ladyuk, Baritone

Great Academic Choir “Masters of Choral Singing”

2015-16 Season

April 2014

In Russia

21 Mon

Great Hall, Moscow Conservatory

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

Offenbach
Overture from "Orpheus in the Underworld"
Charpentier
Depuis le Jour, from "Louise"
Giordano
Intermezzo, from “Fedora”
Massne
Gavotte from "Manon"
Manon's aria Adieu notre petite table, from "Manon"
Puccini
Intermezzo, from "Manon Lescaut"
Cilea
Adriana's aria, from "Adriana Lecouvreur"
de Falla
Spanish Dance No. 1, from "La Vida Breve"
Moreno Torroba
La Petenera, from "La Marchenera"
Luna
I Come from Spain, from "The Jewish Boy"
Bernstein
Mambo, from "West Side Story"
Miller
I Know Why (and So Do You)
Arlen
Somewhere Over The Rainbow
Lehár
Wild Roses
Hannah's Song, from "The Merry Widow"
Giuditta's aria, from "Giuditta"
Conductor:

Constantine Orbelian

Guest Artists:

Dinara Alieva, Soprano

Alberto Gazale, Baritone

Saimir Pirgu, Tenor

2013-14 Season

September 2010

In Russia

12 Sun

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Moscow

Russia

Location

Program

GALA CONCERT
Taneyev
St. John of Damascus Cantata
Beethoven
Symphony No. 9
Conductor:

Mikhail Pletnev

Guest Artists:

Moscow State Academic Chamber Choir

Dinara Alieva, Soprano

Evez Bakhashali Abdullayev, Baritone

Mass Choir "500 Voices"

2010 RNO Grand Festival

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