Je vous invite á notre prochain événement,
un concert de Klára Csordás, mezzosoprano
avec le quatuor à cordes ART Budapest
Jeudi le 6 décembre à 18h00
lieu: salon de Jókai Anna (28, Iskola utca, 1011 Budapest)
Le prix réduit du billet est de 1000 HUF
en meme temps un soutien de 500 HUF pour l’Association serait le bienvenu.
Mode de paiement: virement
Association des Anciens Boursieres (Francia Ösztöndíjasok Egyesülete) Banque Raiffeisen – IBAN: HU67 1201 0611 0018 4213 0010 0000
CSORDÁS KLÁRA – mezzoszoprán operaénekes
The dramatic mezzo-soprano Klara Csordas performs regularly in operas, concerts and recitals throughout Europe and the Americas.
Recently she worked with Ensemble Intercontemporaine in Cité de la Musique in Paris, with Bayerische Rundfunk in Herkulessaal in Munich and in Théatre Champs Elysées and Théatre Chatelet in Paris. She was highly acclaimed in the role of “Armida” by Gluck in Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, and she performed in a leading role at the Opera Bastille in Paris in the world premiere of Matthias Pintscher’s “L’Espace dernier”.
Having a dramatic voice of remarkable amplitude, in combination with her strong, charismatic stage presence, she is following her natural vocal and artistic leaning in taking on a full dramatic repertoire.
Now living in Paris, this Hungarian born artist began her musical education at the age of 6 with piano lessons and from the age of 16 began to study singing at the Bela Bartok Conservatory of Budapest,
Continuing her studies at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest where she had the rare distinction of receiving a diploma both as an opera singer and as a musicologist. She also studied at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Vienna, she has subsequently worked with internationally well known masters such as Hilde Rössel-Maidan, Nicolai Gedda, Vera Rozsa, Hans Hotter, Peggy Bouveret and Janine Reiss.
Her main opera roles are Eboli, Preziosilla, Amneris, Brangäne, Kundry, Venus, Waltraute, Carmen, Judit, Jocasta, Arsace etc. She has performed in Budapest, Vienna, Stockholm, Buenos Aires, Mannheim, Tbilisi, Paris, etc.
She has a vast concert and oratorio repertoire, and is fluent in six languages enabling her to have a large Lieder repertoire as well. She has given concerts in New York, London, Paris, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, Tbilisi, Buenos Aires, Vienna, Budapest, Stockholm, London, Phoenix Am Hagen, Sofia, Munich Geneve,Lisbonne, Montréal etc.
She regularly returns to Hungary where she performs and records with the Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra.
On the contemporary music scene she has for several years had a close collaboration with Mauricio Kagel, and she has also worked with Peter Eötvös in Budapest. She has recorded for the Pyramid label a CD featuring songs by Bartok.