Elizabeth Hertzberg made her house debut at Carnegie Hall

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The young soprano from USА, Elizabeth Hertzberg made her house debut on the stage of one of the world's most famous stages, Carnegie Hall. The talented opera singer participated in a concert dedicated to the Jewish-Italian composer, Aldo Finzi. The prominent composer after winning the La Scala prize in 1938, was forced to end his career due to Mussolini’s fascist race laws. Composing in exile in his own country, Finzi died at the age of 48, his music largely unknown. As the composer's music travels around the globe from Australia to Mexico, this performance seeks to award Finzi the attention given his contemporaries Strauss, Debussy, and Respighi.
In the concert participated also: Raphael Negri, Violin, Simonetta Heger, Piano, Ágnes Molnár, Soprano, Francesco Anile, Tenorand, Conductor: Alessandro Calcagnile.

In 2015 Elizabeth Hertzberg participated in the Master class of Raina Kabaivanska at New Bulgarian University and she won a scholarship from the Fund of great Bulgarian opera actress in order to continue her education with Kabaivanska.