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Judit Lorincz

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Judit Lorincz

Award winning coloratura soprano, Judit Lorincz made her European concert debut in Helsinki, Finnland, singing concerts of French repertoire focusing on Messaien, Faure, Debussy and Gounod. As a result of her performance, she was given the opportunity to give these concerts in Amiens, France. In recordings and broadcasts by SDR-Stuttgart, she portrayed Barbara in Marschner – der Holzdieb. She continued broadcasting with Handel – Messiah in Cologne with West Deutsches Rundfunk. As resident soprano with international performing ensemble 'La Stagione', she toured to Bad Homburg, Magdeburg and Cologne with concert repertoire of Telemann and Handel, which she later reprised at Szolnok, Hungary. Next, Ms. Lorincz will make her U.S. debut as Adele in Die Fledermaus with Opera Carolina. At Moerfelden, Germany, she portrayed Virtu in Monteverdi – l'Incoronazione di Poppea. She went on to perform the role of Drusilla in the same opera at Eisenach. Stadttheater Russelsheim saw her portrayal of Grisostomo in Telemann – Don Quixote. She first presented Violetta in La Traviata in Frankfurt am Main, where she also performed Susanna in Mozart – Le Nozze di Figaro. In concert, she performed Bach – St Matthew Passion and St John Passion, in Frankfurt, and also Stuttgart. Her concert repertoire as well as including standard song cycles by Schubert, Schumann and Brahms, also includes works by 20th century composers such as Kodaly, Farkas, Messaien, Bartok and Wolf-Ferrari. In Bonn, she sang Ursula from Hindemith – Mathis der Mahler. Her Australian debut was with the City of Sydney ensemble, performing Mozart – Requiem. In the same season she sang Pergolesi – Stabat Mater at St Andrews. with the National Chamber Opera of Australia, she performed Konigin der Nacht in Mozart- Die Zauberflote. At the annual people's concert of the NCOA, she sang arias from Delibes – Lakme, Verdi – Rigoletto, Mozart – Le Nozze di Figaro and Verdi – La Traviata. She studies voice with International Musician of the Year, 2003, John Davies, and has the Certificate in Music from both Franz Liszt Conservatoire in Hungary and Richard Strauss Conservatorium.