PODCAST | Vancouver Opera Offstage
Sharing the love of performance with Hungarian-Canadian mezzo-soprano Krisztina Szabó
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August 26, 2020
In this episode, Les chats with we’re speaking with Hungarian-Canadian mezzo-soprano Krisztina Szabó from her home in Toronto. Highly sought after in North America and Europe on both opera stages and concert halls, Krisztina has an impressive repertoire ranging from Bach to Claude Vivier as well as several world premieres, including George Benjamin’s opera Lessons in Love and Violence which was nominated for a Grammy award. She last appeared at Vancouver Opera as Donna Elvira in the 2014 production of Don Giovanni. We are thrilled to welcome Krisztina to Vancouver, who has recently been appointed Assistant Professor of Voice and Opera at the UBC School of Music.
Extra Features & Content:
- Announcement: Appointment of Krisztina Szabó as Assistant Professor at UBC Music
- University of British Columbia named one of the top 25 music schools in the world
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Episode Recorded: August 13, 2020
Episode interviews are recorded entirely remotely using Zoom and hosted on Anchor.fm.
(Originally on Buzzsprout).
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Podcast opening and closing music:
“Habanera” from Carmen. Sung by Jenny Lee Mitchell.
Habanera Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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