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Viktória Vizin Viktória Vizin Passion is guaranteed when it comes to Viktoria Vizin, the internationally well-acclaimed mezzo-soprano whose name is often seen in the world''s biggest houses such as the Metropolitan Opera or Covent Garden.
Ms. Vizin started an exciting dramatic mezzo-soprano repertory in her past two seasons. This included Charlotte in Werther (Scottish Opera debut 2013), The Composer in Ariadne auf Naxos (Budapest 2013), Phedre in Rameau''s Hypolite et Aricie (Budapest 2013) and the Wagner Ring Cycle at the Luzerne Festival conducted by Jonathan Nott (2013).


Ms. Vizin sang all the important supporting parts such as Flosshilde (Das Rheingold, Gotterdammerung), 1st Norn (Gotterdammerung), Schwertleite (Die Walkure).  In addition to the new repertory she completed her 100th Carmen performance (2013), performed Judit in Bluebeard''s Castle in Miskolc International Opera Festival (2013) and made her appearance at the Grand Theatre du Luxembourg as Preziosilla (2013).
Ms. Vizin had a successful world premier of a contemporary opera piece – The Witch – where she not only debuted as a singer, but also as a co-writer of the operatic piece. (International Kodaly Festival, Hungary 2013).
Ms. Vizin is currently working on a new contemporary piece. Her 2014 appearance includes opera galas and performances (Don Quichotte) in Denmark and a new production of Carmen in Germany.
Viktoria Vizin, a Kecskemet (Hungary) native, studied at the Franz Liszt Conservatory in Szeged. She won the International Singing Competition ''Nicolae Bretan'' in Cluj-Napoca, Romania in 1996. In 2001 she completed her Master''s and Ph.D in Romania.

Tags: fesztiválok listája: 2018, 2019

Concert by the Women’s Choir of the Béla Bartók Music Institute

18:00 h
Choral works by contemporary composers – György Orbán, Levente Gyöngyösi, Miklós Kocsár, Ēriks Ešenvalds, Pablo Casals – and classics... | go to event page »

Bluebeard + Aleksandr Scriabin: Prometheus: The Poem of Fire | Béla Bartók: Bluebeard’s Castle

21:00 h
“...an encounter of operatic and symphonic poetry...” Aleksandr Scriabin: Prometheus: The Poem of Fire a concert with light show Lighting... | go to event page »

Albin Fries: Nora

19:00 h
Winner of the 2018 Opera Composition Competition Opera in three acts, in German In the main roles: Sonnenfels – Pedro Velázquez Díaz Arthur... | go to event page »

Igudesman& Joo – A Little Nightmare Music Show

18:00 h
Just when you thought it was safe... The concert begins. The music is sublime. Not even a pin would dare drop. Suddenly, a cellphone rings and... | go to event page »

OPERA FOR THOUSANDS – Pietro Mascagni: Cavalleria rusticana (Rustic Chivalry)

21:15 h
Opera in one act, in Italian “Opera for Thousands” presenting immortal masterpieces of world operatic literature will feature Pietro... | go to event page »

Pietro Mascagni: Iris

19:00 h
Opera in two parts, three acts, in Italian Libretto: Luigi Illica Guest performance of the Josef Kajetán Tyl Theatre (Plzen, Czech) Cast:... | go to event page »

3 Tenors – Concluding Gala Performance

19:00 h
Programme: Works by VERDI, PUCCINI, GUNOD, TCHAIKOVSKI, STRAUSS, DERACO, and other popular composers Soloists: Galeano Salas, István Horváth,... | go to event page »
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