The Spanish critics regard Eteri Lamoris as a "Genuine pearl of the opera world".
"ETERI LAMORIS KNOWS HOW TO CONQUER OPERA - IT GOES WITH HER IMMACULATE TECHNIQUE. SHE IS 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. SHE IS PERFECTLY AT EASE IN A ROLE THAT IS NOT WITHOUT PERIL. HER UPPER REGISTER IS RADIANT WITH IMMACULATE TECHNIQUE, PRECISION, AND BEAUTY"
"OPERA INTERNATIONAL" - PARIS
Spanish soprano Eteri Lamoris-Chkonia came from Georgian family of a great musical background. She studied with her mother, a famous opera singer Lamara Chkonia, and left for Europe in her youth, continued her education in Vienna with Renata Scotto and Ruthilda Boesch, and in Madrid, with Dolores Ripolles who comes from Maria Callas School of Singing.
From the very beginning of her career Eteri Lamoris has sang in opera houses and participated in various festivals such as Verdi's Opera Festival in Italy, the Haydn Festival in Austria, and Menton Festival in France; she also has performed at the Bolshoi Theater.
Eteri Lamoris has received awards at nine international competitions. Seven of them were first pizes. She also earned a special award: the "Public Prize of Vienna" in State Opera together with Jose Cura.
She has performed in the opera productions of Bilbao ("La Traviata", "Carmen", "Orfeo and Euridice", "Rigoletto" with Luis Lima, 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 principal theatres of Madrid, Naples, Torino (with Luciano Pavarotti, Mirella Freni), Nice, Trieste, and Los Angeles with Roberto Alagna
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, Vienna, London, Moscow, Barcelona, Venice, Trieste (Antonia "Les Contes d'Hoffmann", — conducted by Daniel Oren), Washington ("I Puritani" and "Pagliacci" — the La Scala production with Placido Domingo), Pittsburgh, Mexico, Mannheim , 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" produced by Franco Zeffirelli production). She also sang in Verona ("La Traviata" in Arena di Verona) and numerous other cities.
As a recitalist, Eteri Lamoris engagements have included concerts at the Royal Palace Festival, Stockholm; tour of concerts with the "Moscow Soloists Orchestra" and "Moscow Virtuosos Orchestra", 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.
Eteri Lamoris was recognized by the press as the Violetta of 21st Century for her performances in Verdi's Traviata and one of the best performers of Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor’s title role. The Spanish critics regard her as a "Genuine pearl of the opera world".
Due to a birth of her child, Eteri Lamoris put her international career on hold. Returning to concert activity in 2009, she reduced her participation in opera performances taking on a new role of producer and artistic director for the international projects representing the Spanish production company Incocentre in the CIS and Eastern Europe.
Repertoire of Eteri Lamoris includes new roles of Luisa Miller, Donna Anna, Fiordiliggi. She performs concerts worldwide, writes scripts, produces concerts and opera gala shows, in which she often participates as a singer.
Eteri Lamoris has an extensive discography of opera arias, chamber and contemporary classical music. Her records sold in many European countries and USA.