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Viktoria Vizin

BM Franz Liszt Academy of Music
MM Gheorghe Dima Academy of Music
Ph.D. Gheorghe Dima Academy of Music

Viktoria Vizin has displayed the elocution and musicianship to lift her entrance to the top. While she has devoted a significant portion of her concert schedule to the great works of song literature and has performed this repertoire to international acclaim, she is perhaps best known for her work with major orchestras and opera companies in the world’s foremost music center's such as the Metropolitan Opera NY, London ROH, Wiener StaatsOper, Budapest State Opera House, Teatro Alla Scala, London's East End among others.

Her opera roles include Carmen (Metropolitan Opera, Pittsburgh Opera, Los Angeles Opera, Palm Beach Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Phoenix Metropolitan Opera, Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Taipei Opera, Beijing Opera, Hungarian State Opera, Wiener VolksOper, Deutsche Oper am Rhein, Aalto Theater,Vlaamse Opera, Opera am Gars Festival), Judit (Oregon Symphony, Serbian Music Festival, Hungarian State Opera, BartokPlus Opera Festival), Donna Elvira (Teatro alla Scala, Bartok Plus Festival), Charlotte (Scottish Opera, UK), Dejanira, Nerone, Nina (Senza Sangue), Gutrune, Marguerite (MUPA, Palace of Arts, Hungary) Adalgisa (Megaron Theater Greece, Aalto Theater, Deutsche Oper am Rhein Germany), Dulcinee (Den Jyske Opera, Denmark, Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, Italy) Rosina, Idamante (Opera Maghiara, Romania), Maddalena (Metropolitan Opera, Covent Garden, Deutsche Oper am Rhein Germany), Preziosilla (Vlaamse Opera Belgium, Grand Theatre de Luxembourg), Tosca (Miskolc and Budapest State Opera, Hungary), Amaranta, Jadwiga (Wexford Opera Festival, Ireland), Mrs. Meg Page, Contessa di Ceprano (Arena di Verona, Italy), Dorabella, Composer, Phèdre (Budapest State Opera, Hungary), Cherubino (Wiener StaatsOper, Austria, Karlsruhe Opera Festival, Germany), Pauline (Covent Garden, COC, Dallas Opera), Melibea (Canadian Opera Company), Isabella (Central City Opera Company), Clairon, Fox, Hansel (Deutsche Oper am Rhein, Germany), Hannah Glawari (Bartok Plus Opera Festival), Waltraute (Teatro Massimo, Italy), 1st Norn, Flosshilde, Schwertlaute (Lucerne Festival, Switzerland), Rossweisse (Grand Theatre de Geneve, Switzerland).

Her theatrical appearances include Carmen Disruption by Tony Award winner Simon Stephens (Almeida Theatre, Londons East End, UK), A Festive Comedy with Krisztian Gergye Dance Theater (Manhattan Dance Theater) and The Witch by Gertrud Andrasi and Viktoria Vizin (Kodaly Festival, Hungary).

Viktoria has appeared in numerous concert halls such as Carnegie Hall, Dorothy Chandler Concert Hall, McAninch Arts Center, Opera i Rebild, Franz Liszt Academy of Music, Romanian Athenaeum, Roy Thomson Hall and Palace of Arts.

Her live broadcasts contain Vlaamse Opera - Carmen, Metropolitan Opera Rigoletto, Hungarian State Opera - Hypolite et Aricie, Così fan tutte, Carmen, Palace of Arts - La Damnation de Faust, Hercules, Messiah, Incoronazione di Poppea, BBC (ROH) - Carmen, Hungarian TV - Mozart Requiem, Teatro Massimo - Götterdämmerung.

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