The Italian Georgian mezzosopran Tatia Jibladze was born in Tbilisi, Georgia, where she obtained a master’s degree in opera singing at the State Conservatory in 2009 in the class of Ketevan Eliava and Lamara Goglichidze, in the same year she moved to Italy to perfect herself at the “Accademia d’arte lirica” di Osimo, which she completed in 2014 with mention of honor and where he studied under the direction of Sergio Segalini, first, and Vincenzo De Vivo, then, attending masters classes by: Raina Kabaivanska, Lella Cuberli, William Matteuzzi, Antonio Juvarra, Alla Simoni.

Among other roles, she is particularly appreciated in Wagnerian ring roles: Waltraute and 1°Norn in Götterdämmerung, Erda in Rheingold/Siegfried and Floßhilde in Rheingold/Götterdämmerung; moreover, among his successful roles are: Cassandre in Les Troyens by H.Berlioz, Carmen in Carmen by G.Bizet, Nerone in l’incoronazione di Poppea by C.Monteverdi, Suzuki in Madame Butterfly by G.Puccini, Hänsel in Hänsel und Gretel by E.Humperdink, Marchesa Melibea in Viaggio a Reims, Rosina in il barbiere di Siviglia and Hedwige in Guillaume Tell By G.Rossini, Orphée in Orphée et Eurydice by C.W.Gluck, Dritte Dame and Zweite Dame in Die Zauberflöte,

Cassandre - Tatia Jibladze - Bio
The star was Tatia Jibladze, a Cassandra who stood out above all. Her voice, powerful in every range, allowed her to do justice with an impressive interpretation of Berlioz’s Melos. On the one hand, preserving the dignity of the character, and on the other hand, showing her deepest lacerations, such as the suffering for the gift of foresight and the doubts about her human feelings.

Farnace in Mitridate re di Ponto and Dorabella in Così fan Tutte By W.A.Mozart, Lubasha in The Tsar’s Bride by N.Rimsky-Korsakov, Ulrica in Un ballo in maschera by G.Verdi, Elsa von Stahl in Falscher Verrat by M.Tutino.

She performed at:Tbilisi State Opera, Teatro Comunale di Bologna, ROF Rossini Opera Festival, Teatro G.Verdi di Firenze, Budapest Erkel Theater, Teatro delle Muse di Ancona, Osaka International Festival Hall, Theater Kiel; working with importan conductors: Alberto Zedda, Daniel Smith, Guillaume Tourniaire, Georg Fritzsch, Oliver Von Dohnányi, Stefano Demicheli, Benjamin Reiners, Ruben Dubrovsky, Alessandro Quarta; and directors like: Alexandra Liedtke, Fabio Ceresa, Pier Luigi Pizzi, Pier Francesco Maestrini, Ludek Golat, Luise Kautz, Carlos Wagner, Daniel Karasek, Brigitte Fassbaender, Lucinda Childs.