Havana, May 25 – Young singers from the Teatro Lirico Nacional de Cuba (National Lyric Theater of Cuba) will perform on Friday a program that highlights their vocal skills.
Tenors Luis Javier Oropesa, Andres Sanchez and soprano Zoylin Ibarra will perform at the hall Gonzalo Roig, in Habana Vieja, singing a repertoire by Cuban and Latin American composers.
The concert ‘Pensado para tres’ (Intended for Three), directed by Helson Hernandez, gathers for the first time the three singers that have different musical experiences.
The program will be dedicated to the 55th anniversary of the company, which has a repertoire of more than 40 operas and 25 operettas, Spanish and Cuban.
Teatro Lirico Nacional de Cuba was founded on September 11th, 1962, although the first lyric performances in Cuba were held in 1776, in which the work ‘Diddone abbandonata’, written by Metastasiowas, was premiered.(Prensa Latina)