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Angela Gheorghiu, Soprano

Angela Gheorghiu

"A magnificent voice and dazzling stage presence established her as a unique international opera star, in constant demand in opera houses around the world, considered by critics to be one of the finest sopranos of her generation."

Born in Adjud, Romania


  • 1990 - graduated from the Bucharest Music Academy

Artistic Career

  • 1992 - debut at Covent Garden
  • 1994 - made at Covent Garden her first live recording and video of La Traviata
  • First recording contract was with Decca, for whom she made her first arias album L'Elisir d'amore; a disc entitled My World and more recently La Bohème with the orchestra of La Scala, Milan
  • 1996 - first EMI Classics recording, an album of Duets and Arias with Roberto Alagna and the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden
  • March 1997 - EMI Classics released Puccini's rarely recorded opera La Rondine. Since its release, the recording has received widespread critical acclaim
  • January 1998 - signed an exclusive recording agreement with EMI Classics for solo recitals, duet albums and complete operas.

Repertoire (Selected)

  • La Bohème (Mimi)
  • La Traviata (Violetta)
  • L'Elisir d'amore ( Adina)
  • Turandot ( Liù)
  • Carmen (Micaela)
  • Roméo et Juliette (Juliette)
  • La Rondine (Magda)
  • L'Amico Fritz (Suzel)
  • Chérubin
  • Don Giovanni (Zerlina)
  • Manon (Manon)
  • Werther (Charlotte)
  • In the future she will appear in Luisa Miller, Pagliacci, Faust, Adriana Lecouvreur, Lucia di Lammermoor, La Sonnambula, Lucrezia Borgia, Simon Boccanegra and Tosca

Recordings (Latest)

  • Juliette in Gounod's Roméo et Juliette, EMI Classics, released in April 1998
  • A second album of Verdi duets, Verdi per due, with Roberto Alagna, Claudio Abbado and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, released in October 1998
  • Gianni Schicchi (from Il Trittico, Puccini), released in February 1999
  • Massenet's Werther with the London Symphony Orchestra (sings the role of Charlotte), released in October 1999
  • Major appearances this season include a gala concert and Roméo et Juliette in Covent Garden, L'Elisir d'amore and Turandot at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York , La Traviata in Rome and La Bohème at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples.

Prizes and Awards

  • 1997 - two Gramophone Awards for " Best Opera Recording" and " Record of the Year"
  • French Choc du Monde de la Musique
  • Two Diapason d'Or awards
  • Belgian Cecilia Prize
  • German Deutsche Schallplattenkritik
  • Italian magazine Musica e dischi Foreign Lyric Production award
  • USA Critics' Award
  • May 2001 - named 'Female Artist of the Year' at the Classical Brit Awards in London

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