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Sat, November 14, 2020 2:00 PM, EST
Join us on Saturday, November 14th at 2pm (NY) 8pm (Rome) for an unforgettable musical journey as soprano Natalia Pavlova and organist Alessandra Ciccaglioni draw you into a world of sacred vocal and organ music from Italian, English and German baroque times to the present.
The concert will be broadcast live from the beautiful historical Church of St. Alphonsus Liguori in the center of Rome, one of the rare examples of neo-Gothic architecture in Rome and one of the last papal churches in the city. Below the mosaic hangs the original icon of 'Our Lady of Perpetual Help', famous throughout the world, which was produced in Crete in the 14th century.
We will perform the music of A. Scarlatti, J.S. Bach, A. Vivaldi, G. F. Handel, W. A. Mozart, G. Verdi, very rare arias by C. Saint-Saëns and Nino Rota, as well as an aria by Iraida Yusupova " Salve Dolce Vergine".
Moscow and Rome-based soprano Natalia Pavlova (who is a descendant of Russian national poet Alexander Pushkin) has graced the stages of Carnegie Hall, Moscow Chaikovsky State Conservatory, Auditorium Parco della Musica (Rome), and many others throughout the world.
Active in performing music from antiquity to today, she was a soloist for 6 years in the Moscow theater School of Dramatic Art, directed by Anatoly Vasiliev. Natalia has sung world premiere performances and recordings of works by composers Giovanni Sollima, Venus Rey and Iraida Yusupova, composed specially for her voice, as well as pieces by Vladimir Martynov. She serves on Artistic Council of The First Cultural International Festival, Russian-Rome, Palazzo Poli in Rome, and was recently awarded the Silver Lion at the Narnia International Festival, as well as the International "Clean Sound" Award. She has recorded 3 CD's of contemporary music in Da Vinci Classics ( Japan) and in Art Classics (Moscow)
Opera, Baroque/Early Music, Contemporary Music
Born in Rome, graduated in organ at the S. Cecilia Conservatory of music by A. Pavoni. She attended masterclass by various organists such as L. Lohmann, B. van Oosten and F. Cera and played for different festival/churches in Rome (Un organo per Roma, Mascagni young generation festival, Rassegna organistica S. Maria della Mercede, S. Marcello al Corso, S. Alfonso de’ Liguori, S. Maria Odigitria and others). She is a principal organist at the church of S. Francesco a Ripa in Trastevere in Rome (Italy)