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Boglárka Laczák (Mezzo-soprano)

Born: 16 April 1981 - Budapest, Hungary

The Hungarian mezzo-soprano, Boglárka Laczák, graduated in flute and solfeggio, music theory majors at the graduated in the Weiner Leó Zeneművészeti Szakközépiskolában (Leo Weiner Music High School). In 1997, she started singing in Énekelni Ercse Margit művésznőnél. In 2007, she graduated from the Liszt Ferenc Zeneművészeti Egyetemen (Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest)/ In 2010- 2011.season, she debuted as Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin opera singing Olga role (Szeged National Theatre) He awards include: II. International Oratóriumverseny III. Prize (2007); Filharmónia Fischer Annie Performer Scholarship (2008 & 2009)

Opera performances at Művészetek Palotája, Zeneakadémia: Gertrúd in Erkel's Bánk bán conducted by Tamás Pál; Örzse in Zoltán Kodály's Háry conducted by Gergely Ménesi; Olga in Tchaikovsky's Onegin conducted Balázs Kovalik; III Lady in W.A. Mozart's The Magic Flute; Sorceress in Purcell's: Dido and Aeneas; Angel in Anton Rubinstein's The dæmon conducted Balázs Kovalik (opera exam); Cherubino in W.A. Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro conducted by Mátyás Antál.
The most important opera roles outside of the Szegedi Nemzeti Színházon kívül (Szeged National Theatre House:
Austria Großwarasdorf: Flora in Verdi's La Traviata conducted by Tamás Pál; Olga in Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin conducted by Tamás Pál.
Opera Festival Miskolc Flora in Verdi's La Traviata conducted by Gregory Kesselyák rend.:Anger.
France Avignon Festival: Nini in M.Tuttino' Le Brac conducted by Attila Toronykőy.
Pilsen in Czech Republic: III Lady in W.A. Mozart's The Magic Flute conducted by Róbert Alföldi.

Special performances, premieres: György Kósa: Saulus (world premiere) National Philharmonic conducted by Mátyás Antál; Ferenc Farkas: Sancti Andrea mise, Schubert's Mass in A flat major conducted by András Farkas; Z. Kodály-Balogh: Missa Sacra Corona Esztergomi Szimfonikusok; Benjamin Britten: Missa Brevis in D; Szarzynski: Mise; Robert Schumann: Lady Love c.dalciklus; Igor Stravinsky: Shakespeare Songs (flute, clarinet, viola, vocals); Arnold Schoenberg: Op.3. song cycle; Z. Kodály maraton Balladák (Zeneakadémia)

Opera and operetta evening clarinet (Haydn, Georges Bizet, Z. Kodály, Lehár's works); Nitra concert Wind Quintet (Schubert, W.A. Mozart, Franck, works by Ferenc Farkas); Concert trumpet (Albrechtsberger, Lechner, E.Joseph works); Opera evening Balatonfüreden Solti Chamber Orchestra (conducted by Ádám Medveczky); Kamilló Lendvay Stabat mater Szegedi Szimfonikusok (conducted by Sándor Gyüdi); Giovanni Battista Pergolesi: Stabat Mater Budapesti Nemzeti Színház (Szegedi Kortárs Balett); Erkel: Bánk bán Operafilm Meráni nő (Csaba Káel-Vilmos Zsigmond); Berlioz: Les Nuits d'Été song cycle Open Air Festival (conducted Sándor Gyüdi); Rossini: Petite messe Le Sollenelle (Spain tour - Szegedi Szimfonikusok).

Oratorio works: Charpentier: Te Deum Esztergomi Szimfonikusok; Purcell: Ode to St. Cecilia Esztergomi Szimfonikusok; G.B. Pergolesi: Salve Regina Millstadt Austria (conducted by Hans Schamberger); George Frideric Handel: Dettingen Te Deum; Antonio Vivaldi: Gloria Solti kamarazenekar at Szt.István Bazilika; J.S. Bach: Christmas Oratorio (BWV 248) ; J.S. Bach: Mass in B minor (BWV 232); J.S. Bach: Magnificat (BWV 243); J.S. Bach: St Matthew Passion (BWV 244); J.S. Bach: Cantatas; Haydn: Paukenmesse; Haydn: Mass in Mariazell Mariazell in Austria (conducted by Hans Schamberger); Haydn: Theresienmesse in Vienna, Austria; W.A. Mozart: Requiem (2007-2013) 38alkalmommal! (Bazilika in Budapest, Esztergom, Szegedi Dóm); L.v. Beethoven: Mass in C major Zeneakadémia (conducted by Max Frey); Schubert: Mass in B-flat Mátyás templom (conducted László Tardy); Schubert: Magnificat Mariazell, St.Lambrecht, Berg (conducted by Hans Schamberger); Robert Schumann: Requiem Székesfehérvári Szimfonikusok (conducted Bela Drahos); Rossini: Stabat Mater Szegedi Szimfonikusok (conducted Sándor Gyüdi); Bruckner: Te Deum at St.Lambrecht, Austria (conducted by Hans Schamberger); Franz Liszt: Coronation Mass Esztergomi Szimfonikusok (conducted by Hans Schamberger); F. Liszt: Oratorio Christ's seven- Esztergomi Szimfonikusok; Z. Kodály: Missa brevis Művészeti Akadémia (conducted Roni Porat) - Israel; Orban: Stabat mater Esztergomi Szimfonikusok; Hidas Requiem Eger-Bazilika, Szeged-Dóm (Helyőrségi Fúvószenekar); Fricsay: C major Mass.



Source: Szegedi Nemzeti Színház Website, English translation by Aryeh Oron (August 2016)
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