Anna Netrebko to marry Baku singer

Anna Netrebko to marry Baku singer

By Komsomolskaya Pravda

In November 2013 one of the best sopranos of the planet, Anna Netrebko, announced her divorce from the father of her son Tiago, Uruguayan tenor Erwin Schrott. The marriage lasted for 6 years. One reason for the divorce were hectic schedules which didn’t allow them to be together, Anna explained. She focused on the education of her son and creative projects. Recently, Anna managed to appear in two different places simultaneously: in “Macbeth” at the Bayern State Opera in Munich and in Moscow at the TEFI ceremony. She recorded her appearance as a hologram. The audience didn’t realize that Anna was absent from the hall at first.

KP was told by friends of Netrebko that soon her personal life will change. A decent man who cherishes her as a jewel appeared in her life. Anna’s choice is tenor Yusif Eivazov.

Yusif graduated from the Baku Musical Academy, participated in the best performances of the Bolshoi Theatre and Teatro Verdi in Milano. In Rome in Teatro dell’Opera, Yusif and Anna sang in the opera of Manon Lescaut. Yusif is a talented person. He was a student of Luciano Pavorotti. His mother is a teacher in a Baku school, according to the manager of Anna Netrebko, Vladislav Monastyrsky.

The tenor went to Milan when he was 20. At first it was difficult for a guy from Baku to live there: he worked as a waiter, took any work to pay for studying. For a long time the young tenor's heart was free. But in March Eivazov posted on Facebook that he is engaged. However, he didn’t state the name of his bride.

Yusif made his friends wait. And recently Eivazov posted photos with his beloved and a child: everybody recognized Anna Netrebko and her son Tiago.

“This is love and happiness,” Eivazov commented on it.

“The romance of the two stars is not a secret anymore, even though the couple didn’t announce their engagement. Anna asks for her private life to be respected. We hope that the beautiful romance will end with a wedding,” Monastyrsky says.



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