DRAMATIC MEZZOSOPRANO

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>>Eine von Tschaikowsky ungewöhnlich differenziert ausgeformte Rolle, die dominante, aber letztlich verzweifelte Fürstin, der durchdringend bühnenfüllenden Mezzogranate Agnes Zwierko zeigt sich im Negligé und ohne Perücke noch sehr verletzlich. Erst in ihre Gattinnenuniform aus Frisur, kostbar bestickter Robe und Zobel wird sie handlungsbereit. / welt.de, 2014

Bartók / Judit Cilea / Principessa di Bouillon
Dvořák / Ježibaba Janáček / Kabanicha,Kostelnička
Massenet / Madame de la Haltière Stravinsky / Iocasta
Puccini / Zia Principessa, Frugola, Zita
Strauss / Klytämnestra, Herodias Mussorgsky / Khivrya
Szymanowski / Diakonissa Rimsky-Korsakov / Amelfa
Tchaikovsky / Countess, Larina, Liubov, Eupraxia
Verdi / Ulrica, Azucena, Amneris, Eboli, Mistress Quickly
Wagner / Mary, Kundry, Erda

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Sorochinskaya Yarmarka 2017Cendrillon 2016
Le Coq d’or 2017 | Elektra 2015
Parsifal 2013 | Rusalka 2011
Don Carlo 2013

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Graduate of Warsaw Polytechnics – Computer Science and Electronics Department and F.Chopin Academy of Music – Vocal Department. She also studied piano and singing in music schools of Ist and IInd degree. In 2015 she has got the PhD in music. Since 1990 she has been collaborating with Polish theatres and philharmonic halls such as Wielki Theatre – National Opera in Warsaw, Wielki Theatre in Łódź, Wielki Theatre in Poznań, Cracow Opera, National Philharmonic in Warsaw, Cracow Phlilharmonic, Poznań Philharmonic and Białystok Philharmonic.
Soon after her international debut in 2000 she has become a frequent guest on the major stages in Europe and worldwide, such as Teatro Regio Torino, Wexford Opera Festival, Aphrodite Opera Festival, Beijing Music Festival, Royal Opera Copenhagen, Leipziger Oper, Slovak National Opera Bratislava, State Opera Prague, National Moravian – Siesian Theatre in Ostrava, State Theatre in Košice, State Opera in Banska Bystrica, Teatro Massimo Palermo, Teatro Massimo Bellini Catania, Semperoper Dresden, Teatro alla Scala Milano, ABAO Bilbao, Teatro Cervantes Malaga, Opera de Oviedo, Gran Teatre del Liceu Barcelona, Opera Lyra Ottawa, Accademia di Santa Celicia Roma, Musashino Concert Hall Tokyo, Teatro Colon Buenos Aires, Komische Oper Berlin, Staatsoper Berlin, Royal Opera House Covent Garden London, Opéra de Montréal.
Long list of renowned conductors with whom she has been collaborating includes such names as Andrzej Straszyński, Jacek Kaspszyk, Wojciech Michniewski, Gabriel Chmura, Robert Jindra, Oliver Dohnanyi, Jan Latham – Koenig, Lothar Koenigs, Patrick Lange, Henrik Nanasi, Carlo Montanaro, Donato Renzetti, Bruno Campanella, Evelino Pidò, Renato Palumbo, Antonio Pappano, Michael Schønwandt, Yannick Nézet – Séguin.
Among stage directors she enjoyed to work with are Marek Weiss – Grzesiński, Janusz Kijowski, Stanisław Brejdygant, Krzysztof Warlikowski, Michael Tarant, Yannis Kokkos, Giulio Ciabatti, Lamberto Puggelli, Roberto Laganà Manoli, Stéphane Braunschweig, David Pountney, Jossie Wieler, Ivo Van Hove, Christof Loy, Barrie Kosky or Alain Gauthier.

2016

Massenet: Le Cendrillon – Madame de la Haltière
June 12., 16., 19., 26., 29., July 2., 10.
Kurowski: Requiem (world premiere) – Alto solo
October 22.
Rimsky-Korsakov: Le Coq d’or: Amelfa
December 13., 14., 16., 18., 20., 21., 22., 23., 27., 28., 30.

2017

Abraham: Ball im Savoy: Tangolita
February 23., 27., March 3., 8., 25., April 8., 16., 30.
Mussorgsky: The Fair at Sorochyntsi – Khivrya
March 19., April 2., 9., 14., 22., May 13., June 10., July 16.
Rimsky-Korsakov: Le Coq d’or – Amelfa
May 29., June 1., 4.
Wagner: Siegfried – Erda
September 6., 9., 13., 16.

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