Belle Voci is a group of three opera singers: Beverley Chiat (coloratura soprano), Violina Anguelov (mezzo soprano) and Nicola Cencherle (tenor), accompanied by Stanislav Anguelov (accordion).


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Belle Voci is all about good singing, good music and lots of fun! Having the accordion as an accompaniment instead of the traditional piano gives them a lot of freedom and flexibility in where they perform, how they perform and what they perform, as well as making their music accessible and entertaining. The great success of this concept has led to the recording of their first album, ‘Opera de Light’. Their repertoire includes music sung in more than twelve different languages, and you can expect to hear some well-known operatic arias or ensembles like: ‘Nessun Dorma’ from Turandot, ‘Quando m’en vo’ from La Bohéme, ‘Seguidilla’ from Carmen, ‘Caro nome’ from Rigoletto, ‘Una voce poco fa’ from Il Barbiere di Sevgllia, ‘Brindisi’ from La Traviata, ‘Barcarolle’ from The Tales of Hoffmann and many more.

This versatile group can appear in any combination of vocals and accordion, with additional instruments or even with a full orchestra, tailor-making their performance to suit your event.