Dagmara BarnaSoprano, Poland

    Dagmara Barna completed her MA studies at The Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Białystok under Prof. Cezary Szyfman and Olga Pasichnyk. She is a member of the Opera Academy of the Polish National Theater in Warsaw, where she is studying with Eytan Pessen and Matthias Rexroth Download The Mystic Apartment Ghost Hunter. She has participated in several workshops and lessons with Neil Shicoff, Izabela Kłosińska, Brenda Hurley, Dirk Snellings, Jan Philipp Schulze, Rudolf Piernay, Ewa Podleś and Jerzy Marchwiński Download La Ravel Excel. She took part in Europaisches Liedforum in Berlin (2012) and in Vilnius (2013).

    She sang Dalinda in Georg Friedrich Händel’s Ariodante at the Warsaw Chamber Opera under Władysław Kłosiewicz in 2016, and Dorinda in Orlando under Lilianna Stawarz at the 1st Festival of the Baroque Operas Dramma per Musica at the Royal Theatre in Warsaw, 2015 Download the phone wallpaper. She sang Pamina in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Zauberflöte under Michał Klauza at the Opera and Philharmonic Podlaska in Białystok, 2014 워크 1.27. She has also appeared as the title role of the John Blow’s Venus and Adonis under Anna Moniuszko at the Drama Theatre in Białystok in 2013 mscomm32.ocx 다운로드. She sang Poppea in L’incoronazione di Poppea by Claudio Monteverdi at the Collegium Nobilium Theatre in Warsaw, 2013. In 2015, Dagmara Barna sang premiere of the oratorio Veni Creator by Grzegorz Duchnowski at the 3rd Festival of Contemporary Music at the Gorzów Philharmonic under Monika Wolińska.

    Dagmara Barna is the second prize winner of The 1st International Competition for The German Lied of the 20th and 21st century in Karlsruhe, Germany, in 2015, together with pianist Mariusz Kłubczuk; and also the second prize winner of The 2nd International Vocal Contest of Early Music Cancium Gaudium in Poznań, 2013. She got The Carlo Maria Giulini Prize in the Moniuszko Competition at the Teatr Wielki – National Opera in Warsaw, 2016.

    In 2011, Dagmara Barna and Weronika Grozdew-Kołacińska with the Ars Nova recorded the Renaissance Polish Music album with Warsaw Music Society’s Tab that received the nomination to the Fryderyk 2011 Award in the category of Early Music and Baroque Album of the Year.

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