Bernadett Wiedemann mezzo-soprano

Bernadett Wiedemann, the Hungarian mezzo-soprano was born in Mosonmagyaróvár.

After her piano and vocal studies at the Conservatory of Győr she continued to study in Budapest and completed her vocal studies at the Music Academy "Franz Liszt". She won several singing competitions including Karlovy Vary in 1989 and in Rome 1997.

She made her debut as Ulrica in Verdi's Masked Ball at the Hungarian State Opera in 1992 of which she has been a member since graduating from the Academy of Music (1993). She has built great repertoire, her speciality is singing Verdi and Wagner heroine roles.

The important roles of their broad repertoire of Bartók Judit, Amneris, Azucena, Eboli, Ulrica, Erda and Waltraute. She has worked other outstanding artist such as J. Carreras, E. Nesterenko, R. Bruson, A. Rost, L. Polgár and renowned conductors such as Jurij Szimonov, Pier Giorgio Morandi, Rico Saccani, Kobayashi Ken-Ichiro.

As recognition of her artistic performance she received prestigious awards such as Juventus, Székely and Liszt Prize.

Busy concert schedule takes her to Japan, Brazil and in almost all countries of Europe where she is regularly invited to perform masses and oratorios as well as operas.

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last updated 31 March 2012