Violetta Radomirska - mezzo soprano

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Mezzo soprano, Violetta Radomirska, was born in Sofia, Bulgaria. From childhood she was a soloist in the Sofia Radio Children's choir. She then began her singing studies at the Academy of Music with the famous Bulgarian mezzo Alexandrina Miltcheva.

Ms Radomirska was awarded the first place in the Svetoslav Obretenov national competition and the International Coast of Hope competition. Following these awards she was awarded a scholarship by Alexander Pereira for two years of study in the prestigious Studio of the Zürich opera.

As a member of the Zurich Opera Ensemble Violetta Radomirska had the opportunity to sing many roles such as the page Salome, Nanette in DER WILDSCHÜTZ, the page in SLY, Leonora in die NEUGIERIGEN Frauen (Wolf-Ferrari) and Giovanna in ERNANI as well as supporting roles in RIGOLETTO, La Belle HELENE, L'amore DEI TRE RE... working in contact with conductors such as Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Nello Santi, Valery Gergiev, Marcello Viotti and William Christie. Violetta Radomirska went on to sing Rosina in IL BARBIERE di SIVIGLIA at the Sofia National Opera, where she was re invited the following season for Annio in la CLEMENZA di TITO.

For several seasons Violetta Radomirska was a member of the Lucerne Opera in Switzerland, where she sang CARMEN, the second Lady Die ZAUBERFLÖTE, Orlofsky die FLEDERMAUS, and in the Purcell KINGS, QUEENS and WITCHES PROJECT. The same year she took part in the STABAT MATER of Shimanovsky's in Milan with the orchestra of the RAI Orchestra. The following seasons she added a number of roles in her repertoire such as Angelina IN la CENERENTOLA, Cherubino LE NOZZE DI FIGARO and der Trommler in der KAISER VON Atlantis. Most recently Ms Radomirska performed Preziosilla in Verdi’s La forza del destino with the Sofia Opera as well as the mezzo part in Verdi’s Messa da Requiem in the current season in Sofia. Upcoming in the 2018-19 season is a debut at the Teatro all Scala will be as Farnace in Mozart’s MITRIDATE with Chailly.