Make Music Part of Your Life Series: David Ohanesian – I Pagliacci – Prologo

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David Ohanesian (n. 6 ianuarie 1927, București – d. 30 septembrie 2007, București) a fost un bariton român care, alături de Octav Enigărescu și Nicolae Herlea, a făcut parte din triada de aur a celor mai mari baritoni ai României.

David Ohanesian, foto: Mihai Cosma

În decursul carierei sale artistice a jucat în peste 2.000 de spectacole de operă, interpretând peste 40 de roluri și primind numeroase premii și distincții. A cântat pe marile scene ale lumii, alături de alți mari interpreți ca Luciano Pavarotti, Montserrat Caballe, Placido Domingo, Leontyne Price sau Birgit Nilsson. A rămas memorabilă interpretarea sa în rolul Oedip, din opera cu același nume de George Enescu, care i-a adus renumele de cel mai apreciat Oedip al secolului al XX-lea.

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David Ohanesian (born January 6, 1927, Bucharest – died September 30, 2007, Bucharest) was a Romanian baritone who alongside Octav Enigărescu and Nicholas Herlea, was part of the golden triad of the greatest baritones of Romania.
David Ohanesian, Photo: Mihai Cosma

During his artistic career he played in more than 2,000 opera, playing over 40 roles and received numerous awards and accolades. He played on the great stages of the world, along with other great artists like Luciano Pavarotti, Montserrat Caballe, Placido Domingo, Leontyne Price and Birgit Nilsson. He remained in the role of Oedipus memorable interpretation of the work of the same name by George Enescu, who earned the reputation of Oedipus appreciated the twentieth century.

 

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