Last few tickets for Ermonela Jaho’s recital at the Wigmore Hall
Last few tickets for Ermonela Jaho’s recital at the Wigmore Hall on February 2nd!
The acclaimed soprano Ermonela Jaho, making an exclusive London concert appearance as well as her Wigmore Hall recital debut, explores music championed by the renowned Italian soprano Rosina Storchio, creator of Puccini’s Madama Butterfly, Leoncavallo’s Zazà and Mascagni’s Lodoletta. As well as recreating Storchio’s operatic repertoire for today’s audience, she will explore the salon pieces of the period, including rare but beautiful songs by Bellini, Verdi, Toscanini and Tosti.
Book here for Ermonela Jaho’s recital at the Wigmore Hall on Sunday 2 February, 19.30
Come to Ermonela Jaho’s Q&A at the Foyles bookshop on Charring Cross road on Saturday 23 November at 17.30!
Get an exclusive insight into the artistic life of an opera lead as soprano star Ermonela Jaho joins us for an evening celebrating her new recording of Puccini’s first opera Le Willis in association with Opera Rara and Warner Classics.
In a talk hosted by Gramophone Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief James Jolly, Jaho will discuss her unique take on Pucini’s supernatural melodrama, as well as her upcoming performance as Desdemona in Verdi’s Otello at the Royal Opera House—opening up on what it means to be an international opera singer.
Jaho will sing a live extract from Le Willis and the event will be followed by a Q&A and signing.
Book here for Ermonela Jaho’s Q&A on Saturday 23 November, 17.30