One of the best events at Newton Arts Festival - a unique Musical Café (last year it was Afternoon Tea Party, Broadway style). This year's theme is Italy! Everything Italian - from opera, Neapolitan song, to Sinatra, Mario Lanza, Bocelli, Sinatra, Cutugno - the concert features some of the Boston area's most sought-after singers, dancers, including internationally renowned Italian tenor, Giovanni Formisano, a critically-acclaimed soprano, Olga Lisovskaya, winner of international competitions baritone and dancer Afanasy Pro, a famous Italian pop star Viviana Dragani, a gorgeous model and actress, Abella Marie; a singer/dancer Adaira Reum, and others
Guest Artists: Alexandre Zazarashvili, winner of The Voice Kids Ukraine; Italian Tenor and Soprano - Raffaele and Ellen Sepe, and others
Presenting Sponsor - The VILLAGE BANK
Watch the entire show in high definition,
edited without the audience participation.
A non-profit organization organization committed to helping families and organizations in the community, St Mary of Carmen Society has run an Italian-American Festival at Pellegrini Park in Newton for 85 years! We are honored to have the support of such a fine organization!
Dedicated to Ukrainian Independence Day, the concert features Olga Lisovska, soprano and Maxim Lubarsky, piano. Repertoire includes some of the most beautiful and popular Ukrainian melodies. Tune in to our FREE Live-Stream on https://www.facebook.com/olga.lisovskaya.3
"Soprano Olga Lisovskaya then sang the lilting waltz song, "Je Veux Vivre" from Gounod's Roméo et Juliette with great charm and easy facility. The chromatic passages were skillfully timed, the lyric phrases melting one into the other, all culminating on a sparkling high C at the aria's zenith. " (Maestro Pennington, Boston Bel Canto Opera).
"A wonderful coloratura soprano with flexibility to caress the highest range notes", Olga Lisovskaya is Director of Talents of the World, international concert organization, as well as Executive Director at Commonwealth Lyric Theater, an award-winning opera company. Ms. Lisovskaya performs regularly in opera productions and on the most prestigious concert stages, including Carnegie Hall, with world-renowned colleagues. Ms. Lisovskaya's concerts of Ukrainian repertoire have been featured on both Ukrainian and American TV.
“Ms. Lisovskaya is not only a wonderful singer but also a director, teacher, and producer,
serving as director of Talents of the World.” - Voce di Meche.
Olga Lisovskaya is a critically-acclaimed singer, voice teacher and director of Talents of the World, an international concert organization, as well as Executive Director at Commonwealth Lyric Theater, an award-winning opera company. Ms. Lisovskaya performs regularly at some of the most prestigious concert halls in the world. Her most recent performance was at Carnegie Hall, featuring distinguished colleagues of the legendary Dmitri Hvorostovsky and received glowing reviews in the press. Olga Lisovskaya combines her busy performing career with teaching, because teaching is her passion. Olga's teaching experience, combined with constant perfection of vocal technique with master teachers and colleagues from LaScala, Metropolitan Opera and Bolshoi Theater, offers a rich and profound knowledge to her students. Having worked with singers of all ages and levels, Ms. Lisovskaya has individual approach to her students. She teaches wide range of repertoire - from opera, operetta, oratorio, classical songs, to Broadway, musical theater, and pop. The main focus of her lessons is the technique: breath support and breath/tone coordination, clarity of intonation and diction, flexibility in the sound, focused resonance, etc. She also helps with interpretation. Olga's students have gone on to win competitions, were admitted to conservatories, hired by opera companies. Some of her students receive opportunities to participate in productions and concerts with Talents of the World and Commonwealth Lyric Theater. OlgaLisovskaya.com
For lessons, please contact Olga Lisovskaya directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or (857) 919 - 4832