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Opera with Champagne and Canapes featuring the Mongolian baritone Enkhbat Amartuvshin was a success!
Fresh from his recital at the first Festival of Voice in Cardiff, where he performed successfully at the Reardon Smith Theatre, the hugely-admired Mongolian baritone Amartuvshin Enkhbat again gave another brilliant performance at the Savile Club in London presented by the Cultural Envoy of Mongolia Unurma Janchiv in collaboration with the Mongolian Embassy in London at the Opera with Champagne and Canapes afternoon.
The recital in London was given by Amartuvshin, who was made an Honorary Artist of Mongolia at the early age of 24. Last year he was the winner the Audience Prize at BBC Cardiff Singer of the World and he returned to the UK with the wonderful Welsh pianist Llyr Williams, who is an official accompanist at BBC Cardiff Singer of the World.
The programme included many famous arias from the well-known operas such as Pagliacci by Leoncavallo, Andrea Chenier by Giordano and Verdi's Rigoletto and Un ballo in maschera. Amartuvshin had also sung some pieces of music composed by well-known Mongolian composers, which were well received. They were Lodon's aria from Tears of Lama, a famous Mongolian opera by Biligjargal and Genghis Khan's aria from the opera Genghis Khan by Sharav. Jantsannorov's romance Your tears, which was one of the favourites at last year's BBC Cardiff Singer of the World, was again well received. Amartuvshin noted that he loved the acoustics of the venue and that this day will be one of the most memorable days in his life.He thanked the audience and the organisers, namely Unurmaa Janchiv, Azkhuu Tsamba and his family and the Mongolian Embassy for their support.
Team at Creative Curating and Azaa Studio were behind the organisation of this successful event.
We would like to thank our hugely talented opera singer Amartuvshin for that he is promoting Mongolian classics in the UK and the celebrated pianist Llyr Williams for his collaboration.
As organisers, we would also like to thank His Excellency the Ambassador Tulga Narkhuu for providing assitance and advice and the staff at the Mongolian Embassy in the UK for supporting our work by providing accommodation and car services.
Our heartfelt thanks to all our amazing sponsors and guests as well as the wonderful audience, who came to support our artists and who thoroughly enjoyed the day with us. Among the audience were many opera professionals, VIPs including the Mongolian Embassy staff, Private Secretary to the Duke of Edinburgh Archie Miller-Bakewell and many other distinguished guests.
Huge thanks to our sponsors, namely:
Go Help / Mongolia Charity Rally - thank you Dulguun Batkhishig!
The Adventurists - thank you Tom and Dan!
Goyo Travel - thank you Goyo Reston and Olly Reston! www.goyotravel.com
Oxbridge Futures / Study UK - thank you Daniel and Batbileg!
Some fantastic feedback from our guests:
... Amartuvshin possesses a voice of top international quality and this was truly displayed yesterday. Many congratulations for organising such a successful event...
...Thank you very much for organising such a wonderful event. We thought that the venue was ideal and matched the high quality of the performance perfectly...
...It was a fantastic event! I had an amazing day - very proud of what you did. Wishing you and your family all the best and the success in the future...
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