Adrienn Miksch, Janos Bandi, Ferenc Szecsodi, Szilvia Elek and István Kassai

Biography Adrienn Miksch, Janos Bandi, Ferenc Szecsodi, Szilvia Elek and István Kassai

Adrienn Miksch, Janos Bandi, Ferenc Szecsodi, Szilvia Elek and István Kassai

Adrienn Miksch
most recent and future engagements include JUDITH Bluebeard’s Castle Liverpool Philharmonic, Dvořák Stabat Mater Müpa Budapest, MARTA Mieczysław Weinberg’s The Passenger Israeli Opera, ROSALINDE Der Fledermaus Japan tour with Hungarian State Opera, and COUNTESS, HONOURABLE LADY in Poldini’s Hochzeit im Fasching, Hindemith’s Sancta Susanna and CHRYSOTHEMIS Elektra Hungarian State Opera.

Other recent engagements include MARTA Mieczysław Weinberg’s The Passenger Michigan Opera Theatre and Florida Grand Opera, MIMI La boheme Florida Grand Opera, AMELIA Un Ballo in Maschera Opera North, JUDITH Bluebeard’s Castle Opéra de Avignon, COUNTESS Le nozze di Figaro Festival Hall Osaka, Japan, CHRYSOTHEMIS Elektra,and CSÁKI LÓRA in Ferenc Erkel’s György Dózsa Hungarian State Opera, MADDALENA Andrea Chenier, AMELIA Simon Boccanegra and Zandonai’s Francesca da Rimini (title role) Szeged National Theatre, SANTUZZA Cavalleria Rusticana The Miskolc Opera, LEONORA La Forza del Destino in concert Kassai Szimfonikusok, WINNIE in Dellaira’s The Secret Agent Armel Festival and Center for Contemporary Opera NYC, MARY LYNCH FOLLET in William Mayer’s A Death in the Family Armel Festival and Competition (2012 Winner), Center for Contemporary Opera NYC and L’Opéra-théâtre d’Avignon. In concert, she has appeared at Carnegie Hall, and in Tokyo, Toronto, Milan, Verona, Napoli and Hanover.

She was the 2nd place winner of the Monte Carlo Voice Masters, Grand Prize Winner of the 16th IBLA International Music Competition in New York City, as well as 1st prize at the 6th annual Renata Tebaldi International Voice Competition.

Ms. Miksch graduated from the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music gaining the title “Master of Music in Singing and Teaching”. Her instructors at the academy were Erika Sziklay and Emese Virág. After graduating from the Academy she was admitted to the Opera Studio of the Hungarian State Opera.

János Bándi
Hungarian tenor János Bándi graduated from Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music. In 1981 he joined the Hungarian State Opera House, and in 1983 was awarded First Prize at the Belgian radio and television singing competition.

At the beginning of his career he mainly sang lyric tenor roles, but later became a heroic tenor. During recent years he has performed in almost every European country, Asia and Australia. Major roles include Florestan (Fidelio), Don José (Carmen), Hermann (The Queen of Spades), Laca (Jenůfa), Bánk (Erkel, Bánk bán), Canio (Pagliacci), Turiddu (Cavalleria rusticana), Calaf (Turandot), Des Grieux (Manon Lescaut), Cavaradossi (Tosca), Manrico (Il trovatore), Radamès (Aida), Riccardo (Un ballo in maschera), Siegmund (Die Walküre) and the title roles in Otello and Tannhäuser.

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