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Welcome to Bel Cantanti, an opera company within the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area devoted to giving performance experience to both seasoned and aspiring professionals. Between the beautiful singing and glorious music, you will find yourself thoroughly captivated.
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Katerina Souvorova's Audio Recordings

"She knows what she wants to say musically... It sets great challenges for the orchestra because we have to stay with her and try to accompany and answer her musically."

Charlotte Repertory Orchestra
Stephen Plate, Conductor

 

Three Etudes

Recorded live at Dana Auditorium, Queens College, Charlotte, NC on October 4, 1998. Katerina Souvorova, piano.

Chopin

Liszt

Scriabin

M. Mussorgsky (1839-1891) Pictures at an Exhibition.

Recorded at White Room Studious, Charlotte, NC, on January 14, 2000. Katerina Souvorova, piano.

S. Rachmaninoff (1873-1943) Eight Preludes.

Recorded at White Room Studious, Charlotte, NC, on January 14, 2000. Katerina Souvorova, piano.

P. Tchaikovsky (1840-1893), Songs.

Recorded at Acoustic Barn Studios, Charlotte, NC, on May 17, 2001. Rebecca Cook-Carter, soprano; Ruth De Boer, mezzo-soprano; Chris Cameron, tenor; John Blizzard, baritone; Katerina Souvorova, piano.

S. Rachmaninoff (1873-1943), Songs.

Recorded at Acoustic Barn Studios, Charlotte, NC, on May 17, 2001. Rebecca Cook-Carter, soprano; Ruth De Boer, mezzo-soprano; Chris Cameron, tenor; John Blizzard, baritone; Katerina Souvorova, piano.