Opera
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Valentina Tsygankova
Polina Lelyukh
Sofia Bachaeva
Anna Dattay
Nadezhda Nesterova
Daria Shuvalova
Julia Shagdurova
Irina Churilova
Irina Novikova
Julia Nikiforova
Olga Kolobova
Veronika Dzhioeva
Lidia Bondarenko
Olga Babkina
Irina Vaschenko
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Liana Sass
Ekaterina Syurina
Ashley Emerson
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Ekaterina Marzoeva
Galina Kuznetsova
Olga Egudina
Tatiana Gorbunova
Maria Belokurskaya
Vasilisa Berzhanskaya
Ksenia Dudnikova
Ildikó Komlósi
Yuliya Matochkina
Yulia Mennibaeva
Ekaterina Sergeeva
Enkelejda Shkoza
Anastasia Lepeshinskaya
Mikhail Agafonov
Roman Zavadsky
Kirill Nifontov
Vladimir Kuchin
Sergey Kuzmin
Jury Komov
Evgeniy Kozyrev
Victor Ditenbir
Oleg Videman
Dominic Armstrong
Fyodor Ataskevich
Lawrence Brownlee
Dmitriy Golovnin
Charles Castronovo
Ruslan Balyagov
Gury Guryev
Maksim Golovachyov
Pavel Yankovsky
Karen Movsesyan
Andrey Isakov
Alexey Zelenkov
Sergey Zakharov
Maxim Aniskin
Basil Laduk
Luis Orozco
Boris Pinkhasovich
Andrey Triller
Vladimir Ognev
Nikolay Loskutkin
Alexey Laushkin
Shagdar Zonduev
Konstantin Buinov
Mikhail Kruglov
René Pape
Alexey Tikhomirov
Lubov Salaeva
Tatiyana Smyslova
Alexey Novikov
Irina Nemova
Ekaterina Misyura
Mikhail Mischenko
Tatiyana Epishina

Guest Soloist

Ildikó Komlósi

Winner of international competition

Komlósi studied music at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music of Budapest and attended specialising classes at the Academy of the Teatro alla Scala in Milan and the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London. In 1986, she debuted in Verdis Requiem opposite Luciano Pavarotti under the baton of Lorin Maazel. She performed at Wiener Staatsoper, Frankfurt Staatsoper, then in 1990 she debuted in Teatro alla Scala in Milan and conquered North America and South America.

Komlósi is frequently invited to perform at Metropolitan Opera in New York, Royal Opera House Covent-Garden in London, Deutsche Oper in Berlin, Hungarian State Opera House in Budapest, Opera houses of Munich and Tokyo, Semperoper in Dresden, La Scala, Arena di Verona, Verbier Festival, BBC Proms in London and also performs with Boston Symphony Orchestra.

One of her signature parts is Amneris from Verdis Aida, which she performed in 2003 at Covent-Garden in Robert Wilsons production under the baton of Antonio Pappano, and in 2006 in Franco Zeffirellis production for the opening of La Scala new season.

Ildikó Komlósi performs on the regular with Arena di Verona theatre presenting the following parts: Carmen (Bizets Carmen), Amneris, Santuzza (Mascagnis Cavaleria Rusticana), Laura (Ponchiellis Gioconda). In 2009 she performed Santuzza at the Metropolitan Opera, then in 2013 performed Die Amme from Die Frau ohne Schatten by Strauss. She took part in the performance of Béla Bartóks Bluebeard's Castle at La Scala under the baton of Alain Gilbert (2015) and the BBC Proms festival under the baton of Charles Dutoit. Her other remarkable parts include: Jezibaba of Dvořáks Rusalka in Barcelona, Cassandre of Berliozs Les Troyens in Deutsche Oper, Berlin

In 2014 2015 she performed Azucena of Verdis Il Trovatore staged by Dmitry Chernyakov at the Mariinsky theatre. Her future plans include: Aida (Amneris) at Arena di Verona, Bluebeard's Castle in Boston, Tromple-la-mort by Francesconi world premiere at the Opéra national de Paris. Records of Ildikó Komlósi were released by Decca and BMG.

www.ildiko-komlosi.com

Coming soon

Aida
fashion-opera in 4 acts
Amneris