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Bulgarian soprano Sonya Yoncheva makes her Japanese debut in Bunka Kaikan Hall

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The renowned Bulgarian soprano Sonya Yoncheva makes her Japanese debut on July 2, singing an operatic concert in Tokyo with Nayden Todorov leading the Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra. The concert is part of the Japan Performing Art Foundation’s Great Singers Series 2022 and will take place in Bunka Kaikan Hall. Opera Arias by Vincenzo Bellini, Giuseppe Verdi and Giacomo Puccini will be performed under the baton of maestro Todorov.

In recent years, Sonya Yoncheva has appeared at the world’s leading opera houses such as the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Teatro Real in Madrid, the Wienner Staatsoper (The Viena State Opera), Metropolitan Opera (New York), etc. In 2021, Sonya Yoncheva and world-famous tenor Placido Domingo appeared on stage in front of Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Sofia.

Again in 2021, UNICEF named talented Bulgarian opera singer the new UNICEF national ambassador in Bulgaria.

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