An Evening with Hibla Gerzmava

Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall

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The first vocalist to win Grand Prix at the Tchaikovsky International Competition makes her North American solo-recital debut

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An Evening with Hibla Gerzmava

Hibla Gerzmava performs Strauss's "Morgen"


When Hibla Gerzmava won the Grand Prix at the Tchaikovsky International Competition, she did a lot more than just secure bragging rights. The stunning soprano, owner of a voice the New York Times called “soft-grained yet penetrating,” made history as well, becoming the first vocalist ever to nab top honors at the event. And that’s just one accomplishment in a career that’s full of them, not least of which are her many performances in the world’s most celebrated opera houses, from the Metropolitan Opera to the Mariinsky Theatre to a frat house once occupied by all Three Tenors.

For her North American solo-recital debut, it’s little surprise that Gerzmava would turn back to Tchaikovsky. The program heavily features the work of the celebrated composer, as well as a number of compositions by Rachmaninoff. But opera fans needn’t despair: the evening also includes selections from Handel’s Rinaldo, Verdi’s Otello and Masnadieri, and Bellini’s Norma.

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    881 7th Ave.

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