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.
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), 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 three concerts as well.
Prima Donnas in Concert - December 21 (Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall), Three Tenors from Around the World - December 22nd and Christmas Ball - December 23rd.
Despite the Snow Storm and Snow Emergency, we had a full house at the beautiful Museum of Modern Renaissance.
Critically-acclaimed artists - Giovanni Formisano, tenor, Olga Lisovskaya, soprano and Timothy Steele, piano - in a performance of famous opera, operetta, Broadway arias and ensembles, Neapolitan and Ukrainian songs, at one of the most unique venues in New England, Museum of Modern Renaissance. Featured on Netflix and several TV programs, the Museum is owned by an artistic couple - Nicholas and Katerina Shaplyko, who painted all the walls and ceilings with vibrant, mythical and whimsical masterpieces. The concert's program is chosen to complement the paintings with beautiful and vivid melodies, creating an evening of complete artistic experience.
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.