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Cvilak, Sabina (soprano)
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Sabina Cvilak (soprano)

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Sabina Cvilak is quickly becoming one of the world’s leading lyric sopranos, enjoying an international operatic and concert career. Her US debut as Mimì in La bohème at the Washington Opera in 2008 was such a triumph that she returned the following season to play Micaela (Carmen) and Liù (Turandot), both in new productions. Other engagements have included La bohème (Mimì) at the Opera de Palma de Mallorca, the Finnish National Opera, and in Cologne, Otello (Desdemona) and Così fan tutte (Fiordiligi) at the Palm Beach Opera, Smetana’s The Bartered Bride (Marenka) in Valencia, and Carmen (Micaela) in Pamplona, Beethoven’s Symphony No 9 with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra of Glasgow, and Britten’s War Requiem at the Festival de St Denis in Paris. She has worked with such eminent conductors as Bruno Aprea, Marco Armiliato, Semyon Bychkov, Placido Domingo, Mikko Franck, Daniel Harding, Marek Janowski, Fabio Luisi, George Pehlivanian, Peter Schneider, Emmanuel Villaume, Ralf Weikert, Keri-Lynn Wilson, and Simone Young. Sabina Cvilak was born in Maribor (Slovenia) and graduated in Ljubljana where she studied with Annemarie Zeller and Kurt Widmer.

'Britten: War Requiem' (LSO0719)
Britten: War Requiem
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Alphabetical listing of all musical works
After the blast of lighting from the East  Movement 4b of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
Be slowly lifted up, thou long black arm  Movement 2g, Sequenz of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
Bugles sang, saddening the evening air  Movement 2b, Sequenz of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
Confutatis maledictis  Movement 2f, Sequenz of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
Dies irae  Movement 2a, Sequenz of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
Domine Jesu Christe  Movement 3a, Offertorium of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
Hostias et preces tibi  Movement 3d, Offertorium of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
It seemed that out of battle I escaped  Movement 6b of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
Let us sleep now …  Movement 6d of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
Liber scriptus  Movement 2c, Sequenz of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
Move him into the sun  Movement 2i, Sequenz of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
'None', said the other  Movement 6c of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
One ever hangs where shelled roads part  Movement 5 of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
Out there, we've walked quite friendly up to Death  Movement 2d, Sequenz of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
Pie Jesu Domine  Movement 2j, Sequenz of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
Recordare Jesu pie  Movement 2e, Sequenz of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
Requiem aeternam  Movement 1a of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
Requiescant in pace  Movement 6e of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
Sed signifer sanctus  Movement 3b, Offertorium of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
So Abram rose, and clave the wood  Movement 3c, Offertorium of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
Te decet hymnus  Movement 1b of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
What passing-bells for these who die as cattle?  Movement 1c of War Requiem, Op 66 (Britten)
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