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Anna Emanuela Politalska

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Anna Emanuela Politalska

Singer/Soprano

Native of Poland, Anna Emanuela Politalska began her musical education on the violin before She studied singing at the Józef Elsner Music High School. As one of the best students, she sung her diploma in the studio of the Polish Radio 2 in Warsaw (Poland). She performed C. W. Gluck’s Euridice’s air from the opera “Orfeo et Euridice” and G. Puccini’s Mimi air from the opera “La Bohème” with an orchestra conducted by Piotr Wajrak. In 2006, she graduated from the Ignacy Jan Paderewski Music Academy in Poznań (Poland). As a student yet, she participated in the following performances: W.A. Mozart’s “Die Zauberflöte” (Pamina, First Lady), W.A. Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” (Donna Anna), W.A. Mozart’s “Le nozze di Figaro” (Countess) and in oratorio performances. She also sung the J. Zeidler “Vesperae” project, conducted by Bohdan Jarmołowicz. As début, she performed in W.A. Mozart’s “Die Schuldigkeit des Ersten Gebots” (role: Weltgeist, stage manager: Ryszard Peryt, conductor: Marcin Sompoliński). She also participated in master classes lead by the following professors: Halina Łazarska, Piotr Kusiewicz, Ryszard Karczykowski, Jadwiga Rappe, Janusz Niziołek, Jevgenij Nesterenko and Leopold Spitzer. She successfully took part in several competitions: Halina Halska Contest in Wrocław, Poland, 2003 (Remarkable Interpretation Prize); Karol Kurpiński National Contest in Włoszakowice, Poland, 2002 (3rd Prize), Franciszka Platówna Contest in Wrocław, Poland, 2000 (3rd Prize). Since 2006, she has been listed at the Erich Seitter Agency in Vienna and since 2007, she is a member of the Polish Musicians Artist Association. She has also sung a variety of recital programmes in Poland, where she was sponsored by the largest Polish bank (PKO BP), Securities Stock Exchange, Warsaw City Council. Furthermore, she has performed at many festivals; amongst others at the International Bach Festival in Warsaw and Łowicz (Poland), where she performed (organ) J.S. Bach’s “Quia respexit” air from “Magnificat” with Wiktor Łyjak and pieces of Mikołaj Zieleński’s Messe. In her repertoire, she has many songs and arias from a variety of composers, as well as oratorios and operas.

Please visit my website:
www.annaemanuela.art.pl