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This concert has been postponed.
The Larisa Martínez concert scheduled for February 27, 2022 has been postponed. We hope to be able to announce the date for this rescheduled performance in the very near future.
Your tickets for Larisa Martínez will automatically be valid for the future rescheduled date. No action is required. Tickets may also be refunded, or donated to California Center for the Arts, Escondido with a tax deduction for the total value.
To refund your tickets, please contact the box office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 760-839-4138.
We apologize for the inconvenience and hope you will join us for their rescheduled concert.
Internationally acclaimed soprano Larisa Martínez is widely regarded as one of the most exciting talents of her generation. She has been recently seen as Violetta in Wichita Grand Opera’s La Traviata conducted by Eugene Kohn, as Sophie alongside superstar tenor Piotr Beczala in Werther (Culturarte), and as Maria in West Side Story conducted by Lawrence Foster with Metropolitan Opera tenor Michael Fabiano (Festival Napa Valley).
Ms. Martínez made her Kennedy Center recital debut and Carnegie Hall Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage debut, singing Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 with the Athens Philharmonic, conducted by Yiannis Hadjiloizou. In 2020, she appeared with the Grand Rapids Symphony, performing Heitor Villa-Lobos’ Floresta do Amazonas. In 2016, she created the role of Isaura in the world premiere of Mercadante’s Francesca da Rimini, conducted by Fabio Luisi and directed by Pier Luigi Pizzi.
Ms. Martínez was invited as part of President Barack Obama’s artistic delegation to Cuba, culminating in her performance on the 2016 Emmy®-nominated PBS special, Live from Lincoln Center: Seasons of Cuba.
For the last three years, Ms. Martínez has toured worldwide with tenor Andrea Bocelli, debuting at venues including Madison Square Garden and the Hollywood Bowl. She also has a long history of collaborations with violinist Joshua Bell, including two PBS specials and an upcoming “Voice and the Violin” concert tour.
Ms. Martínez is a proud artistic resident of Turnaround Arts, led by the Presidential Committee on the Arts and the Humanities.
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