Maria Ràtkova

Maria Ràtkova

Mezzo-Soprano

Hire Maria Ràtkova ›
«il mezzosoprano Maria Ratkova, altrettanto giovane, con la sua bellezza scenica ha saputo interpretare con grandissimo temperamento Azucena, una madre torva, tenera ma allo stesso tempo molto espressiva e passionale;»
http://www.ilquintetto.it/articolo.asp?articolo=112 (2017)
«Che dire poi della bella Maria Ratkova, il mezzosoprano russo che è stata una Carmen accattivante, sensuale come poche sanno fare. Spigliata e spregiudicata, come vuole il ruolo, sulle note di “L’amour est un oiseau rebelle”, Habanera di Carmen, ha messo in risalto la sua bella voce.»
http://www.televisionario2.com/la-lirica-incanta-alla-casa-argentina-a-roma/ (2017)
«Por su parte, María Ratkova es una mezzosoprano reconocida por la prensa europea como una de la mejor y más bella intérprete de “Carmen”.»
http://www.ellitoral.com/index.php/diarios/2013/10/25/escenariosysociedad/SOCI-10.html (2017)

Bio


Maria Ràtkova

Mezzosoprano  -  Contralto                      



           Maria Ràtkova, she is a mezzosoprano with a versatile
range of repertoire and extensive experience in the opera singing as well as in
chamber and oratorio music.

She has been warmly accepted by
public and received a positive critics in the roles such as “Octavian” in Der
Rosenkavalier, “Orlofsky” in Die Fledermaus,  “Maddalena” in Rigoletto, “Azucena” in
Trovatore, “Desideria” in The Saints of Bleeckers street, “Carmen” in Carmen,
“Jocasta” in Oedipus Rex, “Polina (Milovzor)” 
in The  Queen of Spades, “Marfa” in
Chovantshina, “Olga” in Eugeny Oneghin, “Suzuki” in Madame Butterfly,  “Frugola” in Tabarro, “Berta” in Barbiere di
Siviglia, “Flora” in Traviata, as well she ‘s been  often performing in the masterpieces of  J.S. Bach, W.A.Mozart,  L. van Beethoven,  J. Haydn, G.F. Handel, G.B. Pergolesi, A.
Vivaldi, G. Rossini, D. Bartollucci, F. Schubert, R. Wagner, G. Mahler, E.
Grieg, H. Wolf, A. Shoenberg, C. Orff, P.I. Tchaikovsky, S. Rahmaninov, S.
Prokofiev, G. Sviridov, G. Ustvolskaia.

                 Maria Ràtkova has performed
under the conducting and direction of A. Sladkovsky – (2002 S.Petersburg, debut
in Eugeny Oneghin, the part of Olga), in the period from 2002-2017 she’s worked
with J. Temirkanov, J. Meyer,  

M.  Husmann, V. Bockman, K. Jarvi, J. H. Fiore,

 J. Bignamini,  S. Soltesz, R. Gabbiani, L. Frattini,  R. Muti, Z. Mehta, H.  Brockhaus, M.
Martone, A. Nekovar.

                  In Italy Maria Ràtkova became
a laureate and diploma winner through a numerous singing competitions  and was honored of a special awards for the
culture and volunteer activity, among these The Silver Medal of Italian Red
Cross.

                  Maria Ràtkova has performed
her Italian debut with the part of “Octavian”  in Der Rosenkavalier by R. Strauss under the
conducting of M. Husmann,  since then,
her performing voyage starts to run in Italy, Russian Federation, Greece,
Germany, Holland, Belgium, France, United Kingdom, Republic

of Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay,
Argentina, Japan, South Korea.

          In Rome Maria Ràtkova,  in the period from 2005 – 2017, has been  collaborating with The State Centre of
Culture and Science of Russian Federation in the quality of vocal coach.

          L’Academie de France à Rome.

          I Virtuosi dell’Opera  di Roma.

          NACO Nuova
Amadeus Orchestra.

  

  Maria Ràtkova 
has performed for  State Opera Theater
 N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov of St. Petersburg, State
 Chamber  Philharmonic  of St. Petersburg, Teatro dell’Opera di
Roma,  Teatro Regio di Parma, Teatro  Regio di Torino, Teatro Maggio Musicale
Fiorentino, Teatro Salone Margherita of Rome, Auditorium Conciliazione,  Teatro De Bellas Artes de Bogotà, Teatro Pablo
Tobon Uribe of Medellin, Teatro El Circulo of Rosario, Centre of Leonardo Da
Vinci of Bogotà,  Teatro Bolivar of
Quito, Operà de Rouen,  Bunka Kaikan
theatre of Tokyo, Sejong Centre of Seoul.

               Maria Ràtkova was born in Saint-Petersburg of
Russian Federation in the family of musicians, doctors of medicine and naval
officers. Following the paths of her mother who was a pianist and doctor of
research in ancient  musicology, she’s
graduated with the University Degree of Magister in 2005 The National Academy
of Music N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov in her Native St. Petersburg through the faculty
of an operatic singing and acting skills.

              Besides  Maria Ràtkova attended the Nanyang Academy of
Fine Arts in Singapore, State Academy of Culture in St. Petersburg, State
Conservatoire of Santa Cecilia in Rome, 
being specialized in  world
literature, piano, singing and chorus direction.          


Read More

Photos