Promoting the essence of humanity through music is what many responsible singing artists do. ‘Love’, ‘Sacrifice’, ‘Forgiveness’ and ‘Giving back’ are the key elements being encouraged in the forthcoming musical duet, “Dare To Live” or “Vivere” by WAALM Award Winning Vocalist, Maestro Sattar, Pop-Lyric Tenor and Raising star, Maestra Carolina Ghigliazza, Soprano from Argentina.

Carolina is classicaly trained and is a graduate in Singing and Music studies from the Municipal Conservatory Manuel de Falla. She also studied Vocal Technique and Musical Theatre Repertoire with the prestigious baritone Juan Rodó. Moreover, she undertook Vocal Technique studies with masters of the Teatro Colón such as Silvia Gatti, Diego Sanclemente, Garbis Adiamanian and Pedro Álvarez. At present she is getting perfected with Lucía Boero. In addition, she studied Repertoire with Dante Ranieri and Acting with the emblematic actress Ana María Campoy.

“I feel very honored to have the chance to sing with the Great Lyric Tenor, Master Sattar. It is really one of my heart´s dreams that comes true!” Says Carolina Ghigliazza

In her concerts as a professional singer, the critic has recognized her as “owner of a prodigious voice and of great versatility”. Certainly, her career as a professional singer is also vast and diverse, among many, she sang as guest Soprano in the “Cycle of Big Concerts of the School of Law (University of Buenos Aires)” and in the “Sanctuary of the Virgin of Lourdes”, together with the Symphonic Orchestras of Tres de Febrero and San Martín, under the direction of Juan Alberto Duca. She has interpreted all female arias of the famous opera by W. A. Mozart “Don Giovanni” under the musical direction of José Luis Juri and the general direction of Daniel Alvaredo. She starred the concerts “Classics of all Times”, “Romantic Night” and “Instincts” at the traditional Esquina Homero Manzi.

Currently she performs as soprano in the “Coral Canticorum”, directed by Marta Bellido and is completing the recording of her new CD, which will be released in late 2013.

International Persian Pop-Classical super star, Sattar, is collaborating in this outstanding project. Maestro Sattar is the WAALM awardee of 2005, who could gain two Golden Lioness Awards for his ‘Melodic Voice’ and ‘Classically Arranged Performance’. He was also conferred with an honorary Doctorate in Music from IFSI institute in London in 2004.

“I found Carolina a true talent. As I always say, we must share the opportunities with young and talented artists and I believe she has everything required to be a successful world-class singer” Says Sattar

Sattar’s professional singing career began in 1972 and since then his career has been dynamic. He has recorded over 350 songs (30 albums) and performed in 23 countries from performing in Royal Albert Hall in London, to Kodak Theater in LA, Globen Arena in stockholm and Koln Arena in Germany with over 13,000 specetators. Sattar is based in Los Angeles and is curently planning his next world tour for his 40th career anniversary. He is also recording a number of new singles in the English and Persian languages.

As ‘The World Academy of Arts, Literature, and Media – WAALM‘ stands for “Cultural Diplomacy”, it stands to support “Dare to Live” musical project and is engaged in promoting this stellar collabouration in Europe and North America.

WAALM supports, develops, and promotes the dramatic and fine arts, music, creative writing and poetry, as well as professional journalism and media productions. WAALM regularly identifies and rewards excellence, inspires practitioners, and benefits the public, by means of international awarding events.

As a Non-profit, independent and secular organisation, WAALM stands for Cultural Diplomacy, it promotes Cross-cultural activities, conferences and Humanitarian efforts.

Both Artists dedicate this project to “Love of Humanity”!

“Forgiving and dedicating part of yourself to others is true love and essential in maintaning human values” Sattar and Carolina say to Diplomatic Journal.

“Dare To Live” (Vivere) is composed by: Angelo Anastasio, Celso Valli, Gerardina Travato and is a Roberto Rial Production.

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