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Maria Agresta

Maria Agresta

Soprano GM ART & MUSIC
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Maria Agresta
Maria Agresta
Maria Agresta
Maria Agresta
Maria Agresta

Winner of several music competitions, she made her debut in 2007.

Her success came after a few years, in 2011, when she performed I Vespri Siciliani at Teatro Regio in Turin conducted by Gianandrea Noseda, with great reviews from public and critics. Since then, she has been invited to sing on the most important stages worldwide.

Highlights include Norma in Tel Aviv, La Bohème (Mimì) at Arena di Verona, in Munich, at San Carlo in Naples, at Teatro Regio in Turin and at Festival Puccini in Torre del Lago, Gemma di Vergy at Teatro Donizetti in Bergamo, Elvira in Don Giovanni at La Scala.

She then sang Il Trovatore in Valencia conduted by M° Zubin Mehta, Carmen in Masada and La Traviata at Berlin Staatsoper.

In 2012 she returned to La Scala with La Bohème, where she obtained a big personal success.

She was higly praised for her performance in the concert version of Giovanna d’Arco at Musikverein in Graz with ORT and she sang Simon Boccanegra in Rome with M° Muti, I Masnadieri and La Bohème in Venice, Verdi’s Messa da Requiem at San Carlo in Naples with M° Luisotti and at Staatsoper in Berlin conducted by M° Baremboim, Oberto Conte di San Bonifacio at La Scala, Otello in Valencia with M° Mehta, La Vestale in Dresden.

She performed La Traviata at Arena di Verona and in Guangzhou, Otello in Zurich and Genoa, a new production of I Puritani at Opéra Bastille in Paris, Il Trovatore at La Scala, La Bohème in Tel Aviv and at Opéra Bastille, Simon Boccanegra (new production) in Dresden conducted by M° Thielemann, the debut at the Royal Opera House, with I due Foscari, conducted by Antonio Pappano.

Maria sang Norma in Zurich conducted by M° Luisi, Turandot at La Scala conducted by M° Riccardo Chailly, Norma in Turin and at the Champs Elysées , Verdi’s Requiem at La Scala under the baton of M° Mehta, La Traviata in Munich, Norma and Il Trovatore in Madrid, her debut at Metropolitan Opera in La Bohème, directed by Zeffirelli, where she came back with Turandot, Turandot at Lyric Opera in Chicago.

Recently she made her debut in Don Carlo at Teatro Real de Madrid, which she sang also in Venice at Teatro La Fenice.
Another debuts include Tosca at Opéra de Paris and Teatro Real de Madrid, Adriana Lecouvreur at Teatro alla Scala,  Madama Butterfly at Abao Olbe, performed also at Royal Opera House, Medée at Teatro Real de Madrid. She also sang Andrea Chenier at Wiener Staatsoper , making her house debut.

Maria has won the important prize “Franco Abbiati” in 2014: Italian national critics gave her the prize for Best Soprano.
Besides, she won the prestigious international prize “Luigi Illica”.

General Management

Gianluca Macheda
ul. Grzybowska 43a, lok. 72 00-855
Warsaw Poland
gmacheda@gmartandmusic.com

Logistics

Stefania Ramacciotti
Via Romana 578/B 55100 Lucca Italy
+39 3479762848
sramacciotti@gmartandmusic.com

Reviews

“Maria Agresta è l’altra autentica rivelazione di quest’anno verdiano. Con dominio tecnico, intensità espressiva e dosaggio dei colori, finalmente si ascolta una Desdemona non evanescente.”
Enrico Girardi, Corriere della Sera

“Soprano Maria Agresta, in a performance deftly conducted by Dan Ettinger on Wednesday, portrayed a Mimì that revealed the fragility, but also the strength, of this winsome character. Herrich, dark-hued voice soared in an impassioned “Mi chiamano Mimì”; her shimmering pianissimos sounded gorgeous as she bid farewell to Marcello at the end of Act III.”
Vivien Schweitzer, Ny Times

“Maria Agresta succède en beauté aux légendaires divas qui incarnèrent cette redoutable Norma, de Rosa Ponselle à Montserrat Caballé en passant bien évidemment par Maria Callas. Elle n’est pas une inconnue. [..] Outre sa voix, elle a de vrais dons de comédienne, de l’aisance et de la chaleur humaine qu’elle communique à son personnage de grande prêtresse menant une double vie, druidesse pour l’apparence et ses sujets gaulois, amante et mère dans l’intimité clandestine entretenue avec l’ennemi, le proconsul romain.”
Caroline Alexander, Web Theatre