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PIOTR BECZALA

The much applauded Polish tenor returns to the Liceu

Since Polish tenor Piotr Beczala made his Liceu debut with a selection from Gounod's Faust, he has won enthusiastic applause the world over and consolidated his reputation with a varied repertoire ideally suited to his lyric tenor voice.  

Beczala now returns after triumphing at the world's leading opera houses, including the New York Metropolitan, London's Covent Garden, the Teatro alla Scala in Milan and the Opéra de Paris. His appearances at the Liceu in titles such as Werther, Un ballo in maschera and Luisa Miller have been equally unforgettable. This recital will give him a chance to demonstrate the versatility of his voice – one of the most attractive of the present day –, his infinite range of nuances and the mastery of mezza voce and pianissimo which are the hallmarks of his art.

Thus the audience will have the good fortune to hear one of the world's finest tenors, whose voice has acquired volume and density in latter years, while admiring the vast gallery of characters he creates in the different arias thanks to his personal commitment to each and every role. Savouring the talent of this singer at the height of his powers will be a source of immense pleasure. 

Approximate running time 2h

  • First part 40m
  • Intermission 30m
  • Second part 45m

Artistic profile

Cast

TenorPiotr Beczała
PianoSarah Tysman

February 2022

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Information of Interest

Programa

Giuseppe Verdi (1813 – 1901)
“Questa o quella” (Rigoletto)
“Parmi veder le lagrime (Rigoletto)

Francesco Paolo Tosti (1846 – 1916)
L'ultima canzone
Chi sei tu che mi parli
Ideale

Giuseppe Verdi (1813 – 1901)
“Deserto sulla terra” (Il trovatore)
“Ah sì, ben mio” (Il trovatore

Stanisław Moniuszko (1819 – 1872)
Straszny Dwór (La casa embruixada): ària amb carilló

PAUSA

Serguei Rakhmàninov (1873 – 1943)
“Un somni” (de “Sis cançons” Op. 8 Núm. 5)
“Lilàs” (de “Dotze cançons” Op. 21 Núm. 5)
“No cantis, bonica, al meu costat” (de “Sis cançons” Op.4 Núm. 4)
“Aigües de primavera” (de “Dotze cançons” Op.14 Núm. 11)

Piotr Ílitx Txaikovski (1840 – 1893)
“On, on heu anat?” (Ievgueni Onieguin)
“Per què?” (de “Sis romances” Op. 6 Núm. 5)
“No, només el que sabia” (de “Sis romances” Op.6 Núm. 6)
“En el bullici del ball” (de “Sis romances” Op. 38 Núm. 3)
“Regna el dia?” (de “Set romances” Op. 47 Núm. 6)

Charles Gounod (1818 – 1893)
“Ah! Lève-toi, soleil!” (Roméo et Juliette

Jules Massenet (1842 – 1912)
"Pourquoi me réveiller" (Werther)

Georges Bizet (1838 – 1875)
“La fleur que tu m’avais jetée” (Carmen)