"ETERI LAMORIS KNOWS HOW TO CONQUER OPERA - GOERS WITH HER IMMACULATE TECHNIQUE, A PERFECT EXAMPLE OF "BELCANTO"AND AS AN ACTRESS SHE IS VERY CONVINCING"
"OPERA INTERNATIONAL" - MILAN
"THE JULIETTE OF LAMORIS IS A TRUE RAY OF SUNSHINE, PERFECTLY AT EASE IN A ROLE THAT IS NOT WITHOUT PEREL: HER UPPER REGISTER IS RADIANT WITH IMMACULATE TECHNIQUE, PRECISION AND BEAURY"
"OPERA INTERNATIONAL" - PARIS
Spanish soprano Eteri Lamoris was born in 1973 and came from Georgian family of a great musical background. She studied with her mother a famouse opera singer Lamara Chkonia, in Vienna with Renata Scotto and Ruthilda Boesch, and in Higher School of singing in Madrid with Dolores Ripolles - a pupil of Elvira Hidalgo.
Eteri Lamoris was awarded at nine international competitions. Seven of them were first pizes. She also earned a special award: The Public prize of Vienna State Opera together with Jose Cura. The Spanish critics regard her as a "Genuine pearl of the opera world".
She performed in the opera productions and theaters of Busetto at the Verdi Opera Festival ("Rigoletto", "Otello") Bilbao, Arriaga ("La Traviata", "Carmen", "Orfeo and Euridice", "Rigoletto" with Alfredo Craus, Marco Armiliato, Denis Graves and others). After her debut in the role of Musetta in Franco Zeffirelli's La Scala production of "La Boheme", she performed in the main theatres of Madrid, Naples, Torino, Nice, Trieste, Los Angeles with Luciano Pavarotti and Mirella Freni, Fiorenza Cedolins, Roberto Alagna and Angela Gheorgiu. Eteri Lamoris sang in Dusseldorf ("Lucia di Lammermoor", produced by Christof Loy), Graz ("Pagliacci", "La Traviata") Bonn ("Romeo et Juliette" produced by G.C. Del Monaco), Palm Beach, Rotterdam, Santiago de Compostella (Rigoletto) Barcelona, Venice, Trieste ( Antonia "Les Contes d'Hoffmann", — conducted by Daniel Oren), Washington ("I Puritani" and "Pagliacci" — at the La Scala production with Placido Domingo), Pittsburgh, Mexico, Rotterdam, Mannheim , Oslo, Hong Kong, Rio de Janeiro ("La Traviata" produced by Sonia Frisell and Giani Quaranta), Hannover, Eisenstadt's Haydn Festival ( Rezia "L'Incontro Improvviso" — under direction of Adam Fisher), Rome "I Capuleti ed I Montecchi" with Nello Santi, Ravenna (Liu, "Turandot" with London Symphony Orchestra), Florence, Naples and Barry (In the tour of "La Traviata" of Franco Zeffirelli production), She sang at the International festival of Macau "Romeo et Juliette", as well as "I Pagliacci" in Palma de Mallorca with Nicola Martinucci and "La Traviata" in Arena di Verona.
As a recitalist, Eteri Lamoris engagements have included concerts at the Royal Palace Festival, Stockholm; tour of concerts with the "Moscow Soloists Orchestra", "Moscow Virtuosos Orchestra" conducted by Vladimir Spivakov, under Mstislav Rostropovish patronage, as well as numerous concerts in the Auditorio Nacional de Madrid; Teatro de Liceo, Barcelona; Teatro de Campoamor, Oviedo; Teatro Regio di Parma with the "Praga Virtuosos Orchestra"; Theatre De Champs-Elysees, Paris conducted by Charles Dutoit and Kurt Masur; Wiener Staatsoper; Atlantic hall, Lisboa; Wien-Konzerthaus, Vienna; Rudolfinum Hall, Prague; concerts with Daniel Barenboim, Yuri Bashmet, and Salvatore Accardo at the Menton Festival of France. Tour of concerts in Hong Kong, Singapore and her debut concerts in Carnegie Hall with New England Symphony orchestra, as well as concerts with Vienna Symphony Orchestra directed by Fabio Luisi at the Danube Island Festival, and concerts in Bolshoy Theatre. In 2007 - 2008, she sang in outstanding event, at the famous concert "Christmas in Vienna" with Vienna Radio-Symphony orchestra.
In December 2007, Eteri lamoris sang in Outstanding event, in the famous "Christmas in Vienna" with Jose Cura,Elina Garancia,Paul Armin Edelmann and Vienna Radio-Symphony orchestra conducted by Karel Mark Chichon
In 2008, she gave birth to son Alex and took advantage of Sabbatical Year - Year of Release.
For 2009 repertoire, Eteri Lamoris will include new roles of Luisa Miller, Donna Anna, Fiordiliggi, in addition to singing in numerous concerts around the world.