Canadian Emily D’Angelo Wins Big at Operalia 2018; Rihab Chaieb Third

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Canadian mezzo Emily D’Angelo has won the 2018 Operalia taking home First Prize Women, First in the Zarzuela Prize, one of two Birgit Nilsson Prize and the Audience Prize.

Canadian mezzo Rihab Chaieb took home Third Prize women out of 12 finalists in Lisbon, Portugal on Sunday, September 2.

1st Prize
Emily D’Angelo, mezzo-soprano, Canada/Italy, 23
Pavel Petrov, tenor, Belarus, 27

2nd Prize
Samantha Hankey, mezzo-soprano, USA, 26
Migran Agadzhanyan, tenor, Russia, 26

3rd Prize
Rihab Chaieb, mezzo-soprano, Canada, 31
Arseny Yakovlev, tenor, Russia, 26

Birgit Nilsson Prize
Emily D’Angelo, mezzo-soprano, Canada/Italy, 23
Samantha Hankey, mezzo-soprano, USA, 26

The Pepita Embil Prize of Zarzuela
Emily D’Angelo, mezzo-soprano, Canada/Italy, 23

The Don Plácido Domingo Ferrer Prize of Zarzuela
Pavel Petrov, tenor, Belarus, 27
Luis Gomes, tenor, Portugal, 31

Prize of the Audience
Emily D’Angelo, mezzo-soprano, Canada/Italy, 23
Luis Gomes, tenor, Portugal, 31

CulturArte Prize
Josy Santos, mezzo-soprano, Brazil, 29

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