Victoria Bezetti

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Victoria Bezetti (born 11 March 1937) is a Romanian classical soprano who had an active performance career from the 1960s through the 1990s. Her real name is Victoria Frincu.[1]

Bezetti studied singing with Viorel Ban at the Conservatory of Bucharest. She made her stage debut in 1964 at the Theater of Galati as Gilda in Rigoletto. She was then appointed as a member of the ensemble of the Romanian National Opera, Bucharest, where her career took a very successful course.[2] She sang a variety of roles from the coloratura as the lyrical vocal category, and especially as a Mozart and Verdi was an interpreter of great recognition. Performances at the National Opera of Belgrade and Sofia, at the Berlin State Opera and the Opera House in Helsinki. On Romanian television she portrayed the title character in Verdi's La traviata. She was also a prestigious concert and lieder singer. Her complete opera recordings include Vitellia in La clemenza di Tito by Mozart and Violetta in La traviata, both for the Electrecord label.

Victoria Bezetti studied with Mircea Bezetti baritone Later her husband, who helped her career to keep a very accurate and natural vocal emission, he guided her choice of repertoire being created in his own style and directing it towards an interpretation pasionata. Datorita this sensitive and her voice was incredibly beautiful, natural and even after their retirement from the evidence of Eminescu SALON Homage Concert in France in 2000 where he performed with baritone and soprano Mihaela Mircea Bezetti have Dinu.Victoria Bezetti Her husband of 63 years and 70 years

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rich, Maria, Who's who in opera, Arno Press, 1976, p. 46. ISBN 0-405-06652-X
  2. ^ Constantinescu, Grigore, History of the Romanian National Opera, Romanian National Opera, Bucharest