Selección de La Flauta Mágica de Mozart, El Barbero de Sevilla de Rossini, Rigoletto de Verdi, Carmen de Bizet, Don Carlo de Verdi, Turandot de Puccini, y fragmentos de las mejores zarzuelas de Doña Francisquita, Luisa Fernanda, La Tabernera del Puerto, El Barberillo de Lavapiés, y más..
Anna will appear in the role of “La Roldan”, in Gimenez and Nieto’s zarzuela “El Barbero de Sevilla”, presented by New Camerata Opera in New York City. Directed by Pablo Zinger, stage direction by Rod Gomez.
“Opera inspired in Spain”: arias and scenes from operas inspired by Romantic Era Spain Presented by Centaurus Artes
“Opera Inspired in Spain” is a recital for voice and piano showcasing operatic world class artists from La Scala, Teatro Real de Madrid and Teatro Colon de Buenos Aires, in an evening of opera scenes by Donizetti, Verdi and the Brazilian composer and contemporary of Verdi Antônio Carlos Gomes, that take their inspiration from Romantic Era Spain.
Anna will appear as La Duchessa in the third act of Ottorino Respighi’s “La Bella Adormentata nel Bosco” and as Eufemia in the first act of Leoncavallo’s “La Bohème”
In Canto’s debut concert is a tribute to the Prima Donnas who inspired and influenced four unique, diverse and talented artists on their artistic journeys.
Sopranos Maria Ciccaglione and Cheryl Warfield and mezzo-sopranos Leslie Middlebrook and Anna Tonna team up with pianist Marijo Newman to pay homage to their opera idols by performing their favorite Opera arias, duets, and trios by Bellini, Donizetti, Puccini, and Verdi.
Anna sings in a tribute concert to Cole Porter in celebration of the 85th anniversary presented by New Rochelle Opera of Anything Goes!
The Venezuelan-born opera singer, musician and composer comes to life in this vividly narrated recital, featuring mezzo-soprano Anna Tonna, bass-baritone Robert Osborne, pianist Babette Hierholzer, and violinist Yana Goichman on The Extraordinary Life of Teresa Carreno.
As part of the 12th season of the ASISA Festival (Madrid)”Lied Romántico” is a vocal duet concert of composers from the mid to late German romantic vein, featuring rarely heard vocal chamber duets by Robert Schumann and Johannes Brahms, as well as solo songs by Richard Strauss and Franz Liszt.
Festival of Spanish and Latin American Art Song and Zarzuela, presented by the International Song and Music Center, promoting Art Song and Chamber Music from Europe and the Americas (ISMCenter).
Anna will present a small section of songs for voice and guitar by Joaquín Rodrigo and Ernesto Cordero with American guitarist Keith Rodriguez, as well as teach a masterclass for the students of the festival on July 2nd on the subject of resources and repertoire of Latin American Art song for both voice and guitar.
El proyecto Women in Music / Mujeres en Música que lideran la pianista Isabel Pérez Dobarro y la mezzosoprano Anna Tonna tiene como objetivo promover un amplio catálogo de obras de compositoras de Estados Unidos y España. Además de dar a conocer sus trabajos, sus recitales (a solo y a dúo) están planteados como un debate itinerante e interactivo sobre la diversidad. En colaboración con el director escénico Curro Carreres.
Duo Savigni and mezzo soprano Anna Tonna present “Verde, Bianco, ROSSINI!”, an homage to the “Swan of Pesaro” at the former palace of Empress Maria Luigia di Parma, (Napoleon Bonapart’s second wife, muse of the city of Parma) at the Museo Glauco Lombardi in Parma (Italy).
Offering an alternative view of “Rossini as chamber music”, Italian Romantic era instrumentalists Duo Savigni, collaborate with mezzo Anna Tonna in a program of chamber music songs and opera arias arranged for fortepiano, romantic guitar and mezzo from works by celebrated composer of Pesaro. The program essays transcriptions of overtures of La Cenerentola and Il barbiere di Siviglia by Ferdinando Carrulli; La regata veneziana for mezzo and fortepiano; original arrangements for trio of arias from the operas Tancredi and Semiramide; original arrangement of “Amori scendeti”, a canzone by Rossini dedicated to the Duchess of Alba from Spain.
American mezzo soprano Anna Tonna and the Modenese sisters Duo Savigni will perform a concert for voice, romantic guitar and fortepiano of music by “Swan of Pesaro”, Gioachino Rossini. The program includes chamber songs as well as works that highlight his most famous operas, such as overtures transcribed for fortepiano and guitar by Ferdinando Carrulli of “Il Barbiere di Siviglia” and “La cenerentola” as well as opera arias from “Tancredi” and “Semiramide” arranged for mezzo sorprano, fortepiano and romantic guitar.
“Music for Guitar, Voice, Flute and Dance by Joaquin Rodrigo”
Mezzo soprano Anna Tonna, guitarist Federico Diaz, Flute Svjetlana Kabalin and Spanish Dance Artist Anna de la Paz
Guitar and voice duo “Bellezas de las Américas” Anna Tonna and guitarist Francisco Roldán present an afternoon of songs themed in nature, in celebration of 2019 Earth Day.
Panel on the life and works of Spanish composers Joaquín Rodrigo, in the occasion of the 20th years since his death; presentations by Dr. Walter Aaron Clarke, Dr. Javier Suárez-Pajares among others. Performance by Anna Tonna and guitarist Federico Díaz will precede the event.
Join the Friends of the Avon Public Library for its 2019 Winter Music Series with tenor Maurizio Casa, mezzo Anna Tonna and pianist Markus Kaitila.
Carmen: Anna Tonna, mezzo soprano
Don Jose: Gregory Geis, tenor
Artistic Director/pianist: David Maiullo
Holiday concert with Alegría Hispana Ensemble perform classical and folkloric music and dance from Spain.
In a concert version of the opera, Anna will sing the role of Saint Elizabeth in El Rey Nació, Opera de Navidad by José Luis González Moya. This is the U.S. premiere of the opera, themed on the birth of Jesus.
Concierto lírico que rinde homenaje a Juan Ramón Jiménez con motivo del centenario de la primera
edición de Diario de un poeta recién casado. Interpretarán obras de Matilde
Salvador, José Peris Lacasa, Joaquín Rodrigo, Federico Mompou, Julio Gómez y
Luis Prado, con el estreno absoluto de un cíclo para voz y piano sobre textos
de Diario de un poeta recién casado.
Música de Rodolfo Halffter, Manuel de Falla, Joaquín Turina, Julio Gómez, María Rodrigo, Aura Marina del Rosario, Guido López Gavilán y Matilde Salvador
Anna Tonna, mezzo-soprano
Sebastián Mariné, piano
Women in Music/Mujeres en Música aims to promote new works by women composers from United States and Spain; to create an arena that promotes female creators of all ages, race and creeds, as well as aid in aculturating new audiences for these works both in United States and Spain. This years concert exposes music composed by members of two gender specific associations in Spain and New York City respectively.
Presented by North/South Consonance, Inc. and PAMAR for Latin American Cultural Week 2018
Vocalists Anna Tonna and Conchi Moyano join pianist Max Lifchitz for an intimate evening featuring songs inspired by poetry of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz (1648-95, Mexico) and Saint Teresa of Avila (1515-1582), by Rodolfo Halffter, Joaquín Rodrigo, Carlos Surinach, Federic Mompou, Manuel de Sumaya, Eduardo Hernández Moncada and Max Lifchitz, with a world premiere by Igor Escudero.
Soloist in Bernstein’s Songfest
In the occasion of Gioachino Rossini’s anniversary, LITTLE OPERA OF ZAMORA (Spain) presents a double bill of of the chamber operas La cambiale di Matrimonio. Anna will be featured in the role of Clarina. With soprano Ines Ballesteros, tenor Cesar Gutierrez and baritone Fabio Barrutia.
Voice and guitar concert “Bellezas de las Americas” features mezzo soprano Anna Tonna and guitarist Francisco Roldán at the JASA Van Cortlandt Senior Center on Sunday June 3, 2018. The program features songs and solo guitar music by composers of the Americas, including Negro spirituals, American folks songs as well as compositions by Leo Brouwer, Ernesto Cordero and others.
The American Prize is pleased to announce mezzo soprano ANNA TONNA as one of the four winners of the Chicago Oratorio Award for 2018. The artists were selected to perform as soloists with the Chicago Bar Association Symphony Orchestra and the CBA Chorus in Rossini’s Stabat Mater, under the direction of Mstro. David Katz.
The mercurial figure of Teresa Carreño (1853-1917) is brought to vivid life in this costumed and semi-staged multimedia recital. Child prodigy, virtuoso pianist, composer, and opera singer, Venezuelan born Carreño was a fiercely independent creative spirit who made her brilliant way in a man’s world for eight decades. This event draws from manuscripts housed in Vassar’s Special Collection and marks the 2017 centennial of her death.