Date(s) - Saturday, October 15, 2022
Pompano Beach Cultural Center
Pompano Beach Arts is delighted to debut the concert series and celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with a beautiful performance by the renowned Cuban American coloratura soprano Eglise Gutiérrez.
An Evening of Spanish Romances, Zarzuelas, and Grand Opera Arias featuring Eglise Gutiérrez will beguile the audience with a varied program. The opera star will be joined by Luis Urbina as her piano accompanist.
Gutiérrez studied voice in Cuba, in Miami with Manny Perez, and at the Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She won the Mirjam Helin International Singing Competition, the Montserrat Caballé International Singing Competition, and the Marian Anderson Prize for Emerging Classical Artists.
From the Royal Opera House at Covent Garden to the famed Liceu in Barcelona, Gutiérrez has been enchanting audiences with her brilliant coloratura soprano for over fifteen years. Tapped by Andrea Bocelli to share the stage during his world tour, the award-winning opera star is also a dynamic concert performer who delights music fans with her incredible artistry and passion. Opera News has described her as a vocalist with “tremendous agility, strong command of bel canto style, a distinctive sound and a luminous and engaging stage presence.” She has performed in some of the most prestigious venues of the world, sharing the stage with some of the most internationally acclaimed opera singers, conductors, and orchestras.
Among the opera houses, theaters, and halls Gutiérrez has performed in are Carnegie Hall (New York City), L’Opéra Comique (Paris), Deutsche Oper (Berlin), Teatro Real (Madrid,) Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, Opera de Marseilles , Teatro Colón de Buenos Aires, Seattle Opera, Cincinnati Opera, Washington Concert Opera, and the Florida Grand Opera.
Bell’Arte Concert Series, produced and presented by “Generation” Venetian Arts Society (GENVAS) specifically for the Pompano Beach Cultural Center.
Founded in 2010, the Generation Venetian Arts Society concept is modeled after the popular salons that flourished all over Europe, especially France in the 17th and 18th centuries. Today their 21st century salons showcase world class artistic talent in all fine art disciplines and genres. They hold a variety of monthly salons in art galleries, historical venues, artists’ studios, museums, and spectacular private estates.