A Coloratura Soprano Extraordinaire

Step into the mesmerising world of Natalia Margarité, an illustrious dramatic lyric soprano who has enchanted audiences across the former USSR countries and beyond. From her early days as the principal soprano at Moldavian National Opera to her remarkable performances in Italy, Margarité’s career is a testament to her extraordinary talent.

Her debut at the revered Pucciniano Festival in Torre del Lago, where she portrayed Turandot, left audiences captivated. Returning in 2000, Margarité mesmerised once again, this time as Tosca. She shared the stage with Fiorenza Cossotto in Roncole Verdi, impressing as Aida. Her debut in Brazil in 1999 earned her accolades as the “best soprano ever heard in the city’s history.”

Margarité’s first CD, “Rare operatic arias – Bongiovanni,” showcased her interpretative genius. With subsequent albums like “Arie from operas by Verdi and Puccini,” and “Romances for Soprano from unpublished works by A. Ponchielli,” she unveiled hidden gems of the operatic world. Her portrayal of Lucia in A. Ponchielli’s “I Promessi Sposi” highlighted her exceptional artistry.

Within her extensive repertoire, Margarité shines in leading soprano roles from Verdi and Puccini classics. Renowned critics praise her astonishing vocal range and pure beauty, calling her “the most beautiful coloratura soprano voice ever heard.”

Natalia Margarité, a force of nature, has emerged as one of the most remarkable coloratura sopranos, captivating audiences worldwide with her breathtaking performances and leaving an enduring legacy in opera. Prepare to be enchanted by this extraordinary talent.