Kejti Karaj, soprano’s great performance, in front of the audience of Essen

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On December 6th, 8th, 10th 12th there were two opera by French composer Moris Ravel. Opera “L’Enfant et les sortilèges” and the opera “L’Heure espagnole” were held  at the Hall of Arts in Essen-Werden. In the The L’Heure Espagnole Opera it performed the fourth year student of this faculty from Albania, the soprano Kejti Karaj.  A comedy featured for the first time on May 19, 1911, just one act, composed by composer Moris Ravel and librettist Franc-Nohain, and which was well received in Paris. On 12.12.18 it was a repetition of this work that premiered on 8.12.18, prepared by students and professors of the Essen Arts Faculty and was pleased to hear our singer Kejti Karaj as having so easily played and had a brilliant interpretation of the main role called Concepcion (the role of Torquermada’s mastermind wife).

Kejti performed so freely and convincing  and it was seen that this role had been very well prepared, in the vocal aspect he had full assurance and it seemed that the only commitment that the soloist wanted for this role was no problem. Kejti has achieved  this by starting the education in  Tirana and continuing it in  Essen at the end of this school year will end. Kejti Karaj has great potential, is a soprano that promises and will achieve success in operatic life like our Albanian artists around the world.

Part of the orchestra playing violin was  also a young man from Kosova Bardh Lepaja who is to congratulate on the work he is doing in the professional artistic area.

 

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