Manana Iordanishvili



Manana Iordanishvili

Manana Iordanishvili In 1993 Manana Iordanishvili graduated from the Tbilisi State Conservatoire. In 1994-1995 she was doing her further study under Professor Nodar Andguladze. In 1994-1997 she held solo recitals at the Chamber Hall of the Tbilisi Academy of Arts. In 2002 she completed the postgraduate study undertaken at the Tbilisi State Conservatoire (Professor Nodar Andguladze).

Manana Iordanishvili is the laureate of municipal and republic competitions. In 2000-2002 she worked at the Batumi Opera Theatre. In 2000 and 2002 she gave recitals at the Recital Hall of the Tbilisi State Conservatoire. Since 2002 Manana Iordanishvili has been a soloist of the Tbilisi State Opera and Ballet Theatre. In 2002 she performed Naana’s part in Zakaria Paliashvili’s Abesalom and Eteri and Dame in Giuseppe Verdi’s Macbeth.

In 2003-2009 she sang the following parts: Oscar and Amelia (Verdi’s Un Ballo in Maschera); Dona Elvira (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Don Giovanni); Maro (Paliashvili’s Daisi); Nedda (Ruggero Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci); Eteri (Paliashvili’s Abesalom and Eteri), Anina (Verdi’s La Traviata). In 2009-2011 she appeared in two premieres in Verdi’s Nabucco as Anna (2009) and in Gogi Chlaidze’s Darispan's Trouble as Natalia (2011).

Manana Iordanishvili’s repertoire includes the parts of Suzanne in Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro, Desdemona in Verdi’s Ottello, Leonora and Ines in Verdi’s Il trovatore, Elisabeth in Don Carlos, Odabella in Attila, Mimi in Puccini’s La bohème; Micaela in Bizet’s Carmen, also chamber-vocal pieces.
The singer collaborated with such famous conductors as Tamaz Japaridze, Zaza Azmaiparashvili, Davit Mukeria, Manlio Benzi, Gogi Tchichinadze, Giorgi Zhordania, Gianluca Marciano, Revaz Takidze, and Davit Kuntsurashvili.

During her career Manana Iordanishvili has performed on the stage with the famous Georgian singers Nodar Andguladze, Aleksandre Khomeriki, Paata Burchuladze, Teimuraz Gugushvili, Mzia Davitashvili, Maritsa Maglaperidze, Valeriano Gamgebeli, Liana Kalmaxelidze, Zurab Sotkilava, Gegham Grigoryan, Giorgi Oniani, Lado Ataneli.