Veronica Bell


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    Your Love (From "Once Upon a Time in the West") - Ennio Morricone,
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    Oblivion (Arr. for Voice, Violin & Orchestra) - Astor Piazzolla, Dimitry Olevsky
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    Por una Cabeza (Arr. for Voice, Piano & Orchestra) - Carlos Gardel, Greg Schreiner
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    Ave Maria (Arr. for Voice, Piano & Orchestra) - Giulio Caccini, Shushan Hakobyan
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    Phantom of the Opera, Act I: "The Music of the Night" - Andrew Lloyd Webber,
Soprano Veronica Bell has gained international acclaim for her beautiful tone and distinct style of performing music in uniquely charismatic and personal way.
She started her career as a leading soprano with Moscow State Opera but soon thereafter moved to the US and focused on concert performance. She has performed concert series with Moscow State Symphony, San Francisco Chamber Orchestra, Capella Cracoviensis, concert tours in Germany, Poland, Spain, Italy, France, Guatemala, and Thailand where she was personally invited by HM Queen Sirikit.
In 2013 Veronica received Hollywood Music in Media Award for her controversial classical album Les Frissons D'Amour
that includes a mix of operatic arias and duets originally written for both male and female voices. It explores the concept of an androgynous nature of love that is not commonly accepted in the world of classical music. In 2016 Veronica received a silver medal from Global Music Awards for the same record.
In collaboration with a prominent Norwegian composer Gisle Krogseth she released a 3-song cycle titled The Mountain Songs premiered with great success on Norwegian National Radio in April of 2018 (available on Spotify).
Currently, Veronica resides in Los Angeles and continues to perform in the US and internationally and coach voice students in her private studio. Her new classical crossover album Midnight Affairs was released in early 2019 and is now being played on 38 radio stations in the US and Canada.


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