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Biography

 
”Singing is the art of the moment,
and gives wings to the imagination”


Patricia Petibon

Musical studies:

2017-2018Sharon Christman , Washington (USA) 2013-2016Franz Liszt University of Music classical vocal performer training, the student of Júlia Pászthy 2012-2013 (solo singing) Claudia Visca – the teacher of the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien 2011-2012 (solo singing) Maria Teresa Uribe /Budapest 2007-2011 Richter János Music High School, Győr 2006-2007 Richter János Music High School - music school, Győr 2005-2007 Vujicsics Tihamér Music School, Szentendre 1998-2007 Szabolcsi Bence Music School, Nyergesújfalu




Mastercourses:

Nancy Argenta and Ingrid Attrot | Claudia Visca | Dénes Gulyás | Sylvia Sass | Júlia Hamari | Cheryl Studer

Currently, I live in Vienna and Budapest. Previously, I studied singing technique with Sharon Christman in Washington DC. I studied classical singing at Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music under the tutelage of opera singer Júlia Pászthy. Earlier, I learned singing technique in Vienna with Claudia Visca and in Budapest with Maria Terese Uribe. At the Richter János Conservatory of Music in Győr, I graduated from the classical singing and violin faculty. As a member of the conservatory’s string orchestra between 2008-2010, I took part in national music festivals in Einsiedeln, Switzerland. I learned folk music with Kati Szvorák and Csaba Ökrös in Szentendre at the Vujicsics Tihamér Music School. At this time I won numerous folk music competitions and received a gold rating as a folk singer. I was a member of the Hungarian Horse Theater from 2007, where I have sung main roles such as in Reka in István a király ad Briseis in Troy.

Music recordings:

Arietta CD:
with guitarist Marton Stummer in 2013, we made a recording with belcanto repertoire, assisted by the Hungarian National Cultural Foundation.
I sang and took part in other CDs:
Szvorák Kati folk music recordings (Pünkösd, Éneklő Egyház, Talalaj)
John Dowland: Renassaince songs (2011)
Döbrentei Ildikó-Gulya Róbert: The sounds of the manger (2012)