PRODAJE SE VELIKO LEPO IMANJE U SOKOBANJI

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NACRTNA GEOMETRIJA

01 December 2010

RADMILA BAKOČEVIĆ 1968 Napolitanske pesme


Poslušajmo danas dakle jednu od nekolicine najvećih operskih pevačica sa ovog našeg jugoslovenskog podneblja. Od Vardara pa do Triglava imali smo dosta operskih diva koje su se pročule u inostranstvu i bile velike pevačice kod nas. RADMILA BAKOČEVIĆ je jedna od njih.

Radmila Bakočević (Serbian: Радмила Бакочевић or Radmila Bakočević) (born January 5, 1933, in Guča, Lučani, Kingdom of Yugoslavia), is a Serbian operatic soprano who had a major international opera career that began in 1955 and ended upon her retirement from the stage in 1982. During her career she sang at most of the world's important opera houses, including performances throughout Europe, North and South America. She forged important longterm artistic partnerships with two opera houses during her career: the National Theatre in Belgrade and the Vienna State Opera.

A spinto soprano, Bakočević sang a wide repertoire that encompassed works from the 17th through the 20th century. She particuallarly excelled in portraying Puccini and Verdi heroines and was also admired for a handful of roles in operas by Strauss and Wagner. She also sang in a number of Russian and Czech operas by composers like Rimsky-Korsakov, Smetana, and Tchaikovsky. Interestingly, she sang only two roles in French, Giulietta in Jacques Offenbach's Les Contes d'Hoffmann and Marguerite in Charles Gounod's Faust. She did, however, possess a flexible enough voice to tackle several bel canto roles by Bellini and Donizetti.

Since retiring from the stage, Bakočević has worked as a professor of singing at several universities. She currently is a member of the voice faculty at the University of Arts in Belgrade where she also served as the school's Chancellor from 1998 to 2000. She is also a member of the Association of Musical Artists of Serbia.

Peva dakle RADMILA BAKOČEVIĆ



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