Strauss. Adele's aria from the operetta "Die Fledermaus "Nadine Rossmann. Offenbach. Pericola couplets from the operetta "Pericola" Ah, quel diner - Luisa Ali-Zade Meyer.
Gershwin. Rorgi song from the operetta "Porgy and Bess" I got plenty o'nutting. Christopher Robertson.
Award - "Credo" for Lamara Chkonia.
LAMARA CHKONIA. ANNIVERSARY. KIEV, UKRAINE, GALA-CONCERT. 01.03.2011
PRODUCER, CASTING DIRECTOR, SCREENWRITER, SINGER - ETERI LAMORIS. PARTICIPANTS: PETER MAGA. ZURAB SOTKILAVA,TATIANA KHARAUSOVA, NATELA NICOLI, LUISA ALI-ZADE, IANO TAMAR, SHALVA MUKERIA, ETERI LAMORIS, YURI LUKYANENKO, NADINE ROSSMAN, LUCA LOMBARDO, CHRISTOPHER ROBERTSON, ANATOLY MOKRENKO, ROMAN MAYBORODA,OLGA SLEPNEVA. ARIAS FROM LA TRAVIATA, CARMEN,ROMEO ET JULIETTE,PERIKOLA,DON CARLOS,TOSCA,ALECO, LA BOHEME,TROVATORE AND OTHERS SONGS - FUNICULI, GRANADA, O SOLE MIO, NO PUEDE SER.
Lamara Chkonia (Georgian: ლამარა ჭყონია, born December 27, 1930) is a prominent Georgian soprano. Belonging to a circle of opera singers who made significant contributions to the vocal culture of Georgia and the former Soviet Union, Lamara was one of the few women to break through the Iron Curtain and present her talent to the world's cultural community.
Success and international recognition
In 1976 she was awarded People's Artist of USSR, the highest artistic honor of the time. Later she became a deputy of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR (1979--1984). The singer was constantly invited to official state and private solo concerts, where among her listeners were Nikita Khrushchev, Leonid Brezhnev, Josip Broz Tito, Indira Gandhi, Francois Mitterrand, John F. Kennedy, Fidel Castro, Gustáv Husák, Yuri Gagarin, Todor Zhivkov, Erich Honecker, Nicolae Ceaușescu, János Kádár, Mikhail Gorbachev, Eduard Shevardnadze, and many others. She was a frequent guest on the state television shows such as Blue Light, Morning Post, Music Mail and others. The name of Lamara Chkonia is included in the Great Soviet Encyclopedia. Her abundant repertoire consists of about 40 opera parts, including Violetta, Madame Butterfly, Gilda, Marguerite, Rosina, and many others. She made many recordings and recorded 15 CDs (over 250 works) for the "Golden Fund of the USSR" with the National Radio of Moscow, Tbilisi and Kiev with the participation of the Soviet Union best symphony orchestras. "Lamara Ckronia's State Awards include: "Znak Pocheta" (Order of the Badge of Honor), USSR 1974; «За заслуги» (Order of Merit 1st class), Ukraine 2011; "Order of King Tamar" and The Presidential Order of Excellence", Republic of Georgia 2011; Premio "Cigno D'Oro" and "Best career" Italy 2011