Oddly, she's singing works recorded on Sacrificium, which came out a while ago. Her current CD is St. Petersburg, music from 18th C. Russia. I don't much like her on record, at least when she's singing fioriture, but I may go to this one.
Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley Campus
Bancroft Way at Dana Street, Berkeley
Cecilia Bartoli, mezzo-soprano
Sergio Ciomei, piano
Program: Mezzo-soprano Cecila Bartoli sings works from her Grammy Award-winning album Sacrificium. Her program, which she is singing for the first time in the United States, celebrates the art of the castrati during their golden age in the 18th century.