Olga Lisovskaya performed at three concerts at Carnegie Hall on December 21, 22 and 23, 2018, as part of Talents of the World International Festival at Carnegie Hall and December 19 and 22, 2019.
The concerts also featured internationally-renowned opera singers: Tamar Iveri, soprano (La Scala), Arsen Soghomonyan, tenor (Royal Opera House), Ruslana Koval, soprano (Bolshoi Theater), John Irvin, tenor (Metropolitan Opera), Raúl Melo, tenor (Metropolitan Opera), legendary soprano Aprile Millo (Metropolitan Opera), soprano Maria Maksakova (Bolshoi Theater), Winners of Talents of the World International Voice Competition, and others. Talents of the World's President and Founder, renowned baritone, David Gvinianidze performed at all concerts as well.
Olga made her Boston Bel Canto Opera debut, performing Donizetti and Puccini in the Annual Italian concert at Dante Alighieri Society in Cambridge, MA.
Olga Lisovskaya performed with her colleagues, celebrating the artistry of
The famous Soprano/Tenor Duo - Giovanni Formisano and Olga Lisovskaya - performs arias and duets from Opera, Operetta, Broadway and Song at High Street Concert Series, 58 Irving Street, Brookline, Massachusetts 02445.
Joining San Gennaro Festival in North End in Boston for all three nights, from 4PM - 6PM are a famous operatic duo - a Neapolitan tenor, Giovanni Formisano and Ukrainian soprano, Olga Lisovskaya. The two of them have been performing together for several years, including at Carnegie Hall, on the opera stage, and were featured on RAI International TV. Come and hear the most beautiful Neapolitan songs, Italian opera duets and Andrea Boccelli repertoire, performed by Giovanni and Olga.
Ms. Lisovskaya performed the role of Micaëla from the opera CARMEN, produced by Commonwealth Lyric Theater. "Soprano Olga Lisovskaya brought beautifully limpid sounds to Micaela’s music, her voice soaring to the climaxes of her third-act aria. It was an interpretation sympathetic and heartwarming, her interaction with Don José caressing." (Boston Musical Intelligencer) REVIEW
Despite the Snow Storm and Snow Emergency, we had a full house at the beautiful Museum of Modern Renaissance.
Olga Lisovskaya performed two principal roles with Commonwealth Lyric Theater at Newton Arts Festival.
May 20th at 3PM Newton City Hall
Olga produced and performed at a highly successful Tea Party, featuring Gilly Assunçao, tenor, and Afanasy Prokhorov, baritone, as well as designers Inga Puzikov, Olga Liachev and Nina Bublik. Professional models showed fashions from 1950's.
An Evening of beloved arias, songs and duets from opera, Broadway and art song repertoire at the exclusive Dom Paragon at 3 Colburn Rd., Manchester, MA 01944