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Label: Audax Records

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Vocal

Artist: Adriana González, Marina Viotti, Iñaki Encina Oyón

Composer: Charles-Marie Widor (1844-1937), Emile Paladilhe (1844-1926), Leo Delibes (1836-1891), Charlotte Deveria (1856-1885), Pauline Viardot-Garcia (1821-1910), Cecile Chaminade (1857-1944), Paul Puget (1848-1917), Ernest Chausson (1855-1899), Gabriel Faure (1845-1924), Cesar Franck (1822-1890), Jules Massenet (1842-1912), Charles Gounod (1818-1893)

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  • Charles-Marie Widor (1844 - 1937): Deux Duos, Op. 52:
  • 1Widor: Deux Duos, Op. 52: L'hiver03:52
  • 2Widor: Deux Duos, Op. 52: Guitare02:28
  • Deux Duos, Op. 40:
  • 3Widor: Deux Duos, Op. 40: Nocturne03:47
  • 4Widor: Deux Duos, Op. 40: Qu'un songe au ciel m'enlève03:29
  • Deux Duos, Op. 30:
  • 5Widor: Deux Duos, Op. 30: J'étais seul près des flots03:51
  • 6Widor: Deux Duos, Op. 30: Je ne croyais pas au bonheur01:57
  • Emile Paladilhe (1844 - 1926): Au bord de l'eau:
  • 7Paladilhe: Au bord de l'eau02:44
  • Léo Delibes (1836 - 1891): Les trois oiseaux:
  • 8Delibes: Les trois oiseaux02:35
  • Charlotte Devéria (1856 - 1885): Les papillons:
  • 9Devéria: Les papillons01:47
  • Pauline Viardot (1821 - 1910): Rêverie:
  • 10Viardot: Rêverie02:42
  • Cécile Chaminade (1857 - 1944): Duo d'étoiles:
  • 11Chaminade: Duo d'étoiles03:10
  • Paul Puget (1848 - 1917): Au bord de la mer:
  • 12Puget: Au bord de la mer03:43
  • Chanson andalouse:
  • 13Puget: Chanson andalouse04:02
  • Ernest Chausson (1855 - 1899): Deux duos, Op. 11:
  • 14Chausson: Deux duos, Op. 11: La nuit02:49
  • 15Chausson: Deux duos, Op. 11: Réveil03:54
  • Gabriel Fauré (1845 - 1924): Deux duos, Op. 10:
  • 16Fauré: Deux duos, Op. 10: Puisqu'ici-bas toute âme…02:54
  • 17Fauré: Deux duos, Op. 10: Tarentelle02:37
  • César Franck (1822 - 1890): Les danses de Lormont:
  • 18Franck: Les danses de Lormont03:43
  • Jules Massenet (1842 - 1912): Deux duos, Op. 2:
  • 19Massenet: Deux duos, Op. 2: Marine02:20
  • 20Massenet: Deux duos, Op. 2: Joie !02:30
  • Charles Gounod (1818 - 1893): La chanson de la brise:
  • 21Gounod: La chanson de la brise02:54
  • Édouard Lalo (1823 - 1892): Dansons !:
  • 22Lalo: Dansons !04:10
  • Total Runtime01:07:58

Info for À deux voix

Two of today’s most exciting artists on the international opera scene meet for a very personal project. Audax Records has followed Adriana González's career since its beginnings and offered carte blanche to the artist who invited Marina Viotti to join her for this program devised by Iñaki Encina Oyón.

A florilegium of French duos by composers such as Fauré, Franck, Chausson, Massenet, Gounod, Lalo, Delibes, Viardot, Widor, Paladilhe, Devéria, Chaminade and Puget, including several world premiere recordings.

Adriana Gonzalez, soprano
Marina Viotti, mezzo-soprano
Inaki Encina Oyon, piano

Adriana González
winner of the first prize and the Zarzuela prize at the 2019 Operalia competition, is one of the most promising singers of her generation. She was born in 1991 in Guatemala, and studied at the Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, graduating in 2012. She went on to make debuts in her homeland as Susanna (Le nozze di Figaro), Fiordiligi (Così fan tutte), Gretel (Hänsel und Gretel) and Eurydice (Orphée et Eurydice). As a member of the Académie of the Paris Opéra she sang Zerlina (Don Giovanni) and Despina (Così fan tutte), and in the 2017/18 season she was a member of the International Opera Studio of the Zurich Opera House.

Past performances include Diane and First Priestess (Iphigénie en Tauride) and Brigitta (Iolanta) at the Paris Opéra, Alice (Le Comte Ory), a Flowermaiden (Parsifal) and Serpetta (La finta giardiniera) at the Zurich Opera House, Lia in a concert performance of Debussy’s L’Enfant prodigue in Nancy, Micaëla (Carmen) in Geneva, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Paris and Toulon, Liù (Turandot) in Houston, Toulon and Strasbourg, Countess Almaviva (Le nozze di Figaro) in Nancy, Frankfurt and Luxembourg, Mimì (La bohème) in Barcelona and Toulon, Juliette (Roméo et Juliette) in Houston and Écho in Gluck’s Écho et Narcisse in Versailles. As a concert singer her appearances have included Verdi’s Requiem under Lorenzo Viotti in Lisbon and under Fabio Luisi in Dallas; she has also sung in Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony under Luisi in Parma.

Her numerous awards include third prize in the Veronica Dunne International Singing Competition in Ireland, first prize in the International Otto Edelmann Singing Competition in Vienna, second prize and audience prize at the Concurso Tenor Viñas at the Liceu in Barcelona, the prize of the Teatro Real in Madrid and the prize of the Associació d’Amics de l’Òpera de Sabadell. In 2009 she won the New Upcoming Artist Award of the Hemeroteca Nacional de Guatemala, and in 2017 she was awarded the Prix Lyrique du Cercle Carpeaux as a member of the Académie of the Paris Opéra.

Her debut album of songs by Robert Dussaut and Hélène Covatti (with the pianist Iñaki Encina Oyón) was released in 2020 by Audax Records; it received many plaudits from the critics, and was awarded the German Record Critics’ Award. In 2021 she released an album of songs by Isaac Albéniz.

Adriana González’s future engagements include Micaëla in Barcelona, Liù in Paris, Hamburg, Berlin and Dijon, Fiordiligi in Hamburg, Doña Inés in Tomás Marco’s opera Tenorio in Madrid and Countess Almaviva in Frankfurt.

Marina Viotti
In April 2019 Marina Viotti was awarded the “Best Young Singer of the year” at the prestigious International Opera Awards in London. She also won the 3rd prize at the “Concours de Genève” in 2016, and the International Belcanto Prize at the Rossini Festival in Wildbad in 2015.

After studying flute, Marina Viotti first experimented with jazz, gospel and heavy metal. She got a master’s degree in philosophy and literature, before she began her vocal training with Heidi Brunner in Vienna and continued at the Lausanne University of Music in the class of Brigitte Balleys. She completed her studies with a diploma as a soloist and studied Belcanto with Raul Gimenez and Alessandra Rossi.

Marina Viotti’s first steps on the operatic stage after her studies took her to the Lausanne Opera, the Lucerne Theatre and, as part of the young ensemble, to the Grand Théâtre de Genève. She made her debut as Isabella (L’italiana in Algeri) at the Rossini Festival in Bad Wildbad in 2015.

Since then, she sang roles roles like Olga (Onegin) and Bradamante (Alcina) in Opera du Rhin, Elisabetta (Maria Stuarda) and Isabella in Lucerne, Rosina (Barbiere) at the Bolshoi and in Dresden, Melibea (Viaggio a Reims) in Valencia and at the Liceu, where she also debuted Nicklausse/Muse (Hoffman Tales) last season. In 2021-22, she made her debut as Dorabella (Cosi) in a new production at the Staatsoper Berlin under the direction of Barenboim, and will sing her first Cherubino (Nozze) there later this season. Marina will also come back to la Scala, this time singing Maddalena (Rigoletto), a role she sang already in Zürich and Münich Staatsoper. Further debuts include Orlovsky (Fledermaus) in Firenze Maggio Musicale, Arsace (Semiramide) in Lausanne, and Alceste (title role) in Roma.

Marina Viotti is a sought-after concert singer. Her concert repertoire includes among others: Mozart C Messe, The Seven last Words of our Saviour (Haydn), Beethoven’s Mass in D Major and Symphony No. 9, Kindertotenlieder (Mahler), Der Rose Pilgerfahrt (Schumann), La petite messe solennelle (Rossini), Verdi’s Requiem, El amor Brujo (De Falla), Le Poème de l’amour et de la mer (Chausson), under the baton of maestro Corboz, maestro Dudamel, or maestro De Billy, to name but a few.

Moreover, Marina Viotti is regularly invited to festivals all over the world, to present her very uniquerecital/shows such as “Love has no borders” (voice, piano, sax and contrebasse), “Porque existe otro querer” (duo voice/guitar) or “About last night”(cabaret).

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