Sylvia Hamvasi

Sylvia Hamvasi

Biographie / biography

The Budapest-born soprano Sylvia Hamvasi studied at the Academy of music in her hometown. She attended master classes with Vera Rózsa, Julia Hamari, Nicholas Clapton, her masters were Ilona Bakonyi, Julia Bikfalvy, Gabor Jelinek.

She won prizes at international competitions Lucia Popp and Francesco Vignas.

Her debut was as Gilda and Pamina at the Hungarian State Opera. In Budapest, she gave many concerts and made recordings for the Hungarian Radio under the direction of Tamás Vásáry with the Hungarian Radio Orchestra and had several early music projects with the Orfeo Orchestra under György Vashegyi.
She gave concerts e.g., in Belgium, in Spain, in Italy, in France, and a song recital in the Wigmore Hall in London.
She has performed e.g. at the Hamburg State Opera as Erminde in Keiser's Jodelet (under M. Alessandro de Marchi), in Bonn and Wuppertal as Mimí (directed by Dietrich Hilsdorf) and Frankfurt as Konstanze (directed by Christof Loy) and Antonia.

Sylvia Hamvasi is since 2001/02 member of the Deutsche Oper am Rhein. During this time she won her audience with major Mozart roles as Konstanze, Fiordiligi, Sandrina ("La Finta Giardiniera"), Susanna, Pamina, Celia and Lucio Cinna ("Lucio Silla"), as well as Lucia di Lammermoor (under M. Barbacini), Antonia (Offenbach "Les Contes d'Hoffmann", under M.
Baldo Podic), Mimi (under M. Bellincampi), Gilda (under M. Corti), as Titania (Britten's "A Midsummer Night's Dream), as The Cunning Little Vixen (Janacek), Cleopatra (Handel" Giulio Cesare in Egitto) ", Nedda and with different parts of the Monterverdi-cycle.
Of extraordinary powers of persuasion was her interpretation of the title role in Gustav Charpentier's opera "Louise” (under Jonathan Darlington), an operatic rarity, which caused a sensation in the tense staging by Christof Loy at the beginning of the season 2008/09.

In 2011/12 she makes her debut in parts as Blanche (Poulenc's "Dialogues des Carmelites"), The Governess (Britten," The Turn of the Screw ", directed by Immo Karaman), Contessa.

In 2013 she sings Richard Strauss' Four last songs under Axel Kober in the Tonhalle of Düsseldorf, the role of the princess Clara in Zemlinsky's Zwerg as well as Lady Ellen in Britten's Peter Grimes.


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