“Lustrous soprano” Critical acclaim for Iwona Sobotka in Berg’s Lulu and Beethoven’s 9th with LSO & Rattleigc | | Acclaim, News
Iwona Sobotka has received great critical acclaim for her return concert at the Barbican with London Symphony Orchestra and Sir Simon Rattle, where she stars in Berg’s Lulu and Beethoven 9th Symphony. The apotheosis was reached in Iwona Sobotka’s singing of that central Lied; with a strong, glowing upper register, the Polish soprano encapsulated the soundworld of Berg’s anti-heroine. Sobotka
This season soprano Iwona Sobotka takes centre-stage of Barbican Centre for a powerful account of Berg’s Lulu Suite in a programme also featuring Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. The program will also be presented in Elbphilharmonie and Baden-Baden Festspiele. A haunting portrait of the darker aspects of human nature, Berg’s Suite condenses the story of his opera Lulu. In Paris, the fatally charming
With numerous return invitations from leading European Orchestras critically acclaimed soprano continues to be in high demand for the upcoming 2019/20 Season. With debuts around the world, Sobotka has firmly established herself as one of the most sought-after artists. Continuing her close collaboration with Sir Simon Rattle, Sobotka will be a featured soloist with the Berliner Philharmoniker performing Beethoven’s Christ
Following her Szymanowski recordings with CBSO and Sir Simon Rattle, Iwona Sobotka returns to Birmingham on March 28th, to take a part in a fundraising concert to kick start the CBSO’s Centenary Fund as the orchestra will celebrate it’s 100th Birthday in 2020. Iwona joins the orchestra to perform Beethoven Symphony no. 9, which she performed earlier with Berliner Philharmoniker, Mahler Chamber Orchestra
After her successful tour to Asia with Berliner Philharmoniker in 2016, followed by her debut at the Osterfestspiele Baden-Baden in Wagner’s Parsifal and at the Berlin Philharmonie in concert version, Iwona Sobotka looks forward once more for a collaboration with distinguished British conductor Sir Simon Rattle. At this occasion she will perform Janacek’s Glagolitic Mass with Staatskapelle Berlin. The first concert is at the Staatsoper Unter den Linden
Iwona Sobotka to take a part in new educational project of Berliner Philharmoniker "A Trip to the Moon" by Andrew Norman and debut at the Waldorff Summer Festival in Radziejowice, Poland.
Iwona Sobotka returns as Tatyana to Wielki Theatre in Lodz and debuts on stage stage with Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
Iwona Sobotka makes her Berlin opera house debut at the stage of the Komische Oper and travel with The Magic Flute production for guest performance at Budapest Spring Festival.
Iwona Sobotka journeys to Berlin for a christmas concert at Berliner Cathedral and to Copenhagen for New Year's concerts.
Iwona Sobotka returns to Teatr Wielki National Opera of Poland in Warsaw for "The Magic Flute" production directed by Barrie Kosky.
Iwona Sobotka returns to Wielki Theatre of Łódź as Tatyana and opens the Festival de Música Polonesa in Barcelona.
Iwona Sobotka returns to Berlin to sing with the Berliner Philharmoniker under the direction of Sir Simon Rattle and will perform in a charity concert to benefit polish opera singer Jacek Janiszewski.
Iwona Sobotka debutes with the Berliner Philharmoniker during its Asian tour and returns to Katowice to sing with the National Polish Radio Symphonic Orchestra.