Amneris


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Amneris

envious of Aida. [Ital. Opera: Verdi, Aida, Westerman, 325]
See: Envy
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Princess Amneris is sung by Georgian mezzosoprano, Anita Rachvelishvili who made her international debut at La Scala in 2010 in the title role of Carmen, alongside the amazing world-famous tenor, Jonas Kaufmann.
Granted, no newcomer, mezzo-soprano Michelle DeYoung's Amneris conveyed warmth and nobility, though her diction was regrettably marred by strange oblong vowel sounds; once again she, like the others, would have been far more at ease singing in Italian.
She is caught at her thundering best in the complete recordings she made of her Amneris, Azucena, and Santuzza.
Inteligentemente resuelto el asunto escenico por Cesar Pina, no se cambia ni una palabra ni una nota de la Aida original, pero aqui no son egipcios contra etiopes, sino mexicas contra tlaxcaltecas, y Aida es la princesa tlaxcalteca esclava de los mexicas, el rey Moctezuma Ilhuicamina es el padre de Amneris y asi por el estilo; penachos, sonajas de semillas, caballeros aguila, caballeros jaguar, y todo tipo de utileria prehispanica.
A powerful contribution, too, from Sorin Lupu in the role of Radames who was expected to marry Amneris, Princess of Egypt, as reward for his triumph on the battlefield, but heading for a sticky end through his love for Aida.
Pharaoh's daughter Amneris also loves Radames and they are due to be wed, although Radames still yearns for Aida, who persuades him to flee into the desert with her.
As Ramfis and Amonasro, the rich voices of Valeriu Cojocaru and Iurie Gisca were good additions, but it was Zarui Vardanean's silky mezzo that impressed as Aida's bitter rival Amneris.
Pharaoh's daughter Amneris also loves Radames and they are due to wed, although Radames still yearns for Aida, who persuades him to flee into the desert with her.
Maravillosamente vestida, se arrojaba una y otra vez en distintas estancias escenicas que comunicaban la esencia de Amneris, de Mimi.
The main focus of the story is the love triangle between Radamis, performed by Antonio De Palma, Aida, performed by Iman Moustafa and Amneris, performed by Jolie Faizy.
Amneris, Aida's rival will be sung by star mezzo-soprano, Olga Borodina in her first Live in HD appearance.
She was Cherubino in the Belgium production of "Marriage of Figaro"; Azucena in a German production of "Il Trovatore"; Amneris in "Aida"; Eboli in "Don Carlo"; and Konchakovsna in Stravinsky's Prince Igor.