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A journey dedicated to music

The German- Kurdish Soprano Pervin Chakar is not only a refined interpreter of the operatic repertoire, but also and above all a tireless divulger of the musical repertoire of her homeland and proposed by her through transcriptions for Western instruments in order to bring it closer to the general public without ever distorting it.

She graduated with honors from the “Conservatorio F. Morlacchi” in Perugia in Italy.
She won the first prize of the Maria Caniglia competition in Sulmona, the second Magda Olivero prize in Milan and then the “Orfeo D’oro” Gran Prix Leyla Gencer from the Academié Disque du Lyrique in Paris and the Semiha Berksoy Opera Foundation in Ankara, awarded her as best female voice and the magazine Andante, Donizetti Award Best Female Voice in Istanbul.

She would like to bring
Mesopotamian hymns,
songs and sacred songs to
international stages with Western
and Eastern instruments.

She sang in theaters and opera houses including:


Teatro Alla Scala (Lulu), Teatro La Fenice (Maria Stuarda),
Teatro Comunale di Bologna (L´Olimpiade),
Teatro Verdi in Trieste (Gloria di Vivaldi),
Macerata Opera Festival (Carmen and A Midsummer Night’s Dream),
Lismore Music Festival (The Barber of Seville) in Ireland,
Theater an der Wien (Lulu),
Auditorium Zaragoza in Spain (Montserrat Caballe Concert),
Istanbul Music Festival, Ankara State Opera (Deidamia),
Süreyya Opera House in Istanbul,
Teatro Lirico di Cagliari (Così Fan Tutte ),
Politeama di Greco di Lecce (Der Rosenkavalier),
Teatro Comunale di Pavarotti-Freni in Modena (concert in memory of Pavarotti),
Musica Riva Festival (Rigoletto and Carmina Burana),
Teatro Filarmonico di Verona (concert),
Teatro Petruzzelli di Bari (Il Barbiere di Siviglia and Die Zauberflöte),
Teatro Gentile in Fabriano,
Wexford Opera Festival in Ireland (La Cambiale di Matrimonio),
Festival della Valle d´Itria in Martina Franca,
Parco della Musica di Santa Cecilia in Rome,
Teatro Valli di Reggio Emilia and Kremlin Palace in Moscow ( in memory of Pavarotti)
and many others…