Third concert of Academia’s Classical Festival 2020
A program of French music: songs by Berlioz and Duparc and the brilliant work of Debussy La mer.
The songs will be performed by the excellent French mezzo, resident in Mallorca Fréderique Sizaret. A delicious and detailed program that we hope you enjoy.
1830 Academy Orchestra. Direction: Fernando Marina
Saturday, October 3 in the church of Santa Tereseta. Son Armadans at 8.30 pm.
Tickets: € 20. Advance sale: € 16. Students: € 10. Children under 12: € 5
Tickets on line: www.giglon.com
Frederique Sizaret, half soprano
The French mezzo soprano Frédérique Sizaret finished her studies at the Conservatoire de Tours, winning first prize in violin, chamber music and singing. At the same time, it continues his university studies obtaining in 1996 a masters of Musicology. That same year he joined the Lyric Training Center of the Paris National Opera. In 1997 she made her debut at the Rennes Opera in the role of Dryade in “Ariadne auf Naxos” and in the Bordeaux Theater in the role of Miss Rose in “Lakmé”. In the amphitheater of the Opera de la Bastille she played the roles of: Tisbe, Olga, Dorabella, Charlotte, Siebel and Cherubino. In 1999 she was invited to Japan to give a recital at the Nagaoka Theater.
We can also hear it in Esplais’ repertoire such as: “La Vida de Casa” (Hindemith), Vivaldi’s Gloria, “Missa Sancti Hieronimy” (M: Haydn) in Tours, Chartres and Bourges between 1998-2000. As part of the Orne Festival, he performed Berlioz’s “Les Nuits d’ete” (1998).
In Palma de Mallorca (2000-2001) he performed Haydn’s “Der Tageszeit” and recently Rossigni’s “Petite Messe Solennelle” in the church of La Salpetrierre. In 2000 she debuted in Germany in the role of Carmen in the theaters of Wuppertal and Gelsenkirchen. That same year he played the role of Dido in Purcell’s “Dido and Aeneas” in Mallorca. In September 2000 he signed a contract with the Saarbrücken theater company where he played the roles of: Smeraldine, Siebel, Cherubino, Suzuki, Sesto and the Nonne (Sciarrino’s “Infinit Nero”).
In 2002-2003 she was hired as a guest artist at the Stuttgart Staatstheater, in the productions of “Fledermaus” (Orlofsky) and “The Orpheus” (Pastore and Speranza).