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Welcome to Angela Gheorghiu's website

"The most glamorous and gifted opera singer of our time."
New York Sun
"She is one of the most sensuous Toscas imaginable … [her] passion and beauty are ideal for Tosca, as if the best qualities of Callas’ and Tebaldi portrayals had come together.”
Opera News
"... The most instantly recognisable and interesting soprano voice of our time, a liquid instrument of great lyrical beauty with gleaming "spun gold" high notes, but a dark, vibrant contralto range..."
The Sunday Times

Angela

The most glamorous and gifted opera singer of our time (New York Sun), was born in the small Romanian town of Adjud. From early childhood it was obvious that she will become a singer, her destiny was music. She attended the Music High School in Bucharest and graduated from the National University of Music Bucharest. She studied with the remarkable music teacher Mia Barbu. Ms. Gheorghiu’s magnificent voice and dazzling stage presence have established her as a unique international opera superstar.

Angela Gheorghiu

Upcoming Events

  • Recital in Lucca

    Thursday, 21:00 Teatro del Giglio di Lucca
  • Concert in Brussels

    Wednesday, 20:00 BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts
  • Concert in Paris

    Saturday, 20:00 Philharmonie de Paris
  • Tosca in New York

    Saturday, 13:00 The Metropolitan Opera
  • Tosca in New York

    Wednesday, 19:30 The Metropolitan Opera
  • La bohéme – Japan Tour – June 2023

    Thursday, 20:00 Japan
“With her smooth and dark-toned soprano, a voice at once powerfully firm and vulnerable,
Gheorghiu stands out from an entire generation of talented singers.”
 
(Gramophone)

Timelines

1965
Angela Gheorghiu is born as Angela Burlacu in Adjud, Romania, on September 7
1980
Enters the George Enescu High School of Art, Bucharest
1981
March: Sings in a concert at the Romanian Athenaeum in Bucharest—“Solveig’s Song,” from Grieg’s Peer Gynt
1984
Enters the Ciprian Porumbescu Conservatory in Bucharest
1984
October: Appears on Romanian national television, on Iosif Sava’s Serata Muzicala, singing an aria by Purcell