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A Night at the Opera

A true vocal bouquet

Since the 18th Century, opera has been the genre that, more than any other, provides composers with the greatest fame. Composers have consequently competed intensely with each other to ensure that listeners are struck by and remember their melodies. This program offers a particularly rich and varied bouquet, from Mozart to Strauss, to the irresistible Offenbach.

Julie, Victoria and Pablo Matías have concocted a unique program, divided into two parts, the first in Russian and German, and the second in French and Italian.

Alternating between piano solos and lyrics sung either solo or in duo, the three performers accompany the audience on a voyage through time and aesthetics. The proposed recital covers one and a half centuries of musical creation in a genre that audiences particularly




Sergueï Rachmaninov

Andante op.19 - piano solo

Piotr Ilitch Tchaïkovsky

Duo Lisa-Pauline

La pucelle d'Orleans - mezzo


Snegourotchka - soprano

Richard Strauss

Duo Sophie-Octavian

Engelbert Humperdink

Duo Hänsel und Gretel




Franz Liszt

Paraphrase de concert sur Rigoletto - piano solo


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Duo Marzelline-Susanna

Air de Cherubino - mezzo

Duo Annio-Servillia


Charles Gounod

Air de Juliette - soprano


Jacques Offenbach

Duo Barcarolle


Vincenzo Bellini

Duo Romeo e Giulietta

Victoria Shereshevskaya



Julie Gebhart


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