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Vera Baranova: a quarter of a century on stage

Her name is known not only to Krasnoyarsk music lovers. Connoisseurs of classical music from the Netherlands, France, Finland, the USA and Argentina had the opportunity to enjoy her voice. Composers of Switzerland, Holland and Krasnoyarsk devoted their works to her. On April 7, the day of her birth, Honoured Artist of Russia Vera Baranova invites everyone to her Night Special at the Krasnoyarsk Opera and Ballet Theatre named after D.A.Hvorostovsky! The director of the concert is Nadezhda Stolbova.

Vera BaranovaVera Baranova has been working at the Krasnoyarsk Opera since 1993. The theatre’s art direction invited the young artist immediately after her graduating from the Institute of Arts, noting her talent in the senior thesis performance - the opera “The Marriage of Figaro”, where she sang the role of Susanna. For 25 years already, the singer has been performing in our theatre, giving joy and warmth to her audience. Her repertoire comprises hundreds of works of various genres. Vera Baranova's voice is a soprano of rare beauty and pure sound, it’s light, mobile, allowing to perform the arias of the coloratura and lyric soprano. Russian and foreign critics have more than once noted that “the singer performs at the highest professional level. She has really great talent, skills and a beautiful voice”. Over the years of her singing career, Vera Baranova has won the hearts of not only Krasnoyarsk audience - her name is known to classical admirers far abroad.

This evening, Vera Baranova's students, pupils from children's opera studio, leading opera and ballet soloists and the theatre choir singers, as well as the choreographic ensemble "Expression" and invited singers will come to the stage to congratulate the prima donna. Four maestros are going to conduct the orchestra, replacing each other at the conductor's stand - Honoured Artists of Russia Anatoly Chepurnoy and Alexander Kosinsky, Dmitri Khodosh and Ilmar Lapinsh (Latvia).