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Elīna Garanča joins the MET Orchestra and James Levine at Carnegie Hall

While in town for performances as the title role in the Metropolitan Opera’s revival of Carmen, Elīna Garanča heads downtown with the MET Orchestra for a concert at Carnegie Hall on February 8. Under the baton of James Levine, the Latvian mezzo-soprano lends her voice to Alban Berg’s Seven Early Songs.

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Elīna Garanča returns to role-defining performance of Carmen at the Met

Next month, Elīna Garanča returns to New York to headline the Metropolitan Opera’s revival of Carmen. Starring in Richard Eyre’s production, one that she opened in 2009, the Latvian mezzo-soprano rejoins costar Roberto Alagna as Don José (with Jonas Kaufmann singing the final two performances of the run) with Ailyn Pérez as Micaëla and Gábor Bretz as Escamillo.

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Elīna Garanča headlines opening concert of Latvian Presidency of Council of European Union

On January 16, Elīna Garanča will be heard at Brussel’s Palais des Beaux Arts where she headlines a concert with the Orchestre National de Belgique and Karel Mark Chichon. The concert marks the opening of the Latvian Presidency of the Council of the European Union and marks the Latvian mezzo-soprano’s debut at the hall.

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New Book

In her first book, Elīna Garanča talks about her life between two different worlds: between East and West, roots and wings, children and career, talent and self-discipline, art and life.


Mozart: Laudate Dominum