Opera Concert, “Opera Gems: The Art of Dramatic Voices” at Merkin Hall in NYC on February 22, 2020

Opera Concert, “Opera Gems: The Art of Dramatic Voices” at Merkin Hall in NYC, Saturday, February 22, 2020 at 8:00pm. This concert is presented by Grandi Voci Concerts, Matthew Laifer Artists Management, Conductor and Director Jason Tramm, and MidAtlantic Philharmonic Orchestra.


Alla Perchikova, Soprano (Mariinsky Theater), Natasha Novitskaia, Mezzo-Soprano (Carnegie Hall, David Geffin Hall), Dongwon Shin, Tenor (Covent Garden), Kevin Short, Bass (Metropolitan Opera), Hyojin Kim, Violinist (Juilliard school) , 2 guest singers Maria Brea, Soprano (Vinas competition winner 2020), Joanna Parisi Soprano (Ópera de Bellas Artes) will be led by Maestro Jason C. Tramm and the MidAtlantic Philharmonic Orchestra.


Orchestra $45, Balcony $35, Student and Senior tickets available at the box office with valid ID.


Dramatic repertoire requires voices of unusual strength and penetrating color, but natural gifts alone are insufficient. To do justice to this repertoire, artists must also cultivate a rock-solid technique. The singers in the Grande Voci concert fulfill both criteria, as evidenced by their successes on the stages of the world’s most prestigious opera houses and concert halls. These distinguished singers, all of whom enjoy international careers and representation by renowned management, are committed to meeting the highest standards of the demanding dramatic repertoire. Concert attendees will have the opportunity to hear performers with large voices singing notoriously difficult arias and ensembles that are tailor-made for their talents. In short, the event will enable the audience to experience the full power of opera.


Grandi Voci Concerts is a concert agency founded by singers and for singers. Its mission is to keep the tradition of classical singing alive and to open doors for new talents. Previous concerts arranged by GrandiVociConcerts include a memorial concert for tenor Francisco Casanova in December of 2019 and a Viva Verdi gala in March of 2019.

Matthew Laifer Artists Management is an artist representation company founded by manager Matthew Laifer in 1981. Since then, Mr. Laifer has represented such artists as Giuseppe Giacomini, Daniel Oren, and Marcello Giordani. His goal is to bring the finest artists to the finest theaters worldwide, with careful attention devoted to establishing and maintaining professional careers.

Jason C. Tramm, a conductor on the Laifer roster. Maestro Tramm, meanwhile, has been garnering significant acclaim throughout the United States and abroad. Hailed by Symphony Magazine as a “conductor to watch,” he serves as the director of choral activities at Seton Hall University, the music director/conductor of Teatro Lirico d’Europa, music director of the NJ Association of Verismo Opera, and principal guest conductor of the Long Island Concert Opera, among other positions. The MidAtlantic Philharmonic Orchestra has performed in such venues as Carnegie Hall, Merkin Hall, NJPAC, and many others.


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