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Justyna Samborska - biografie                      VERSION        WERSJA  

Justyna Samborska - soprano. Born in Warsaw. June 2010, She has graduated of the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. Currently working with prof. Ella Susmanek and Alexandra Chacińska.

So far, vocal skills have improved at the International Music Courses with Anna Maria Ferrante, Christa Ludwig, Teresa Żylis-Gara Francisco Araiz, Izabela Kłosińska. Ingrid Klemling-Domanski, Petra Lang, Bo Skovhus, Helmut Deutsch.

She is a laureate of many contests, among others. In 2013 in Germany won the international vocal competition Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg. In the same year she won the special prize "Teatro d'Opera" and the 2nd scholarship "Luciano Pavarotti Giovani" at 63 rd. Gian Battista Viotti International Music Competition, Vercelli - Italy (in the composition of the Jury they were in Renato Bruson, Luis Alva, Udo Gefe.) Also in 2012 she won 1st place, Grand Prix and gold medal at III International Opera Vocal Competition A In 2009 she won the 2nd prize and the special prize for special stage performances at the 4th All-Poland Vocal Competition "Golden Voices of Mazovia" in Warsaw. In 2008 she won "Golden Slam" at the 6th Belcanto Vocal Festival. In the same year she won the distinction at the 9th Halina Słoniowska National Vocal Competition in Duszniki-Zdrój. In 2007 she won the Special Prize of the Polish Radio 2 Program at the VIII Intercollegiate Competition of the Polish Edmund Kossowski Artists in Poland. She won also the 3rd prize at the 1st K-Nation Vocal Competition Jamroz in Kielce.

Its extensive repertoire includes operetta and operatic arias, is a performer of many sacred songs and various contemporary compositions.

In 2017 she created the Mimi party in G. Puccini's "La Boheme" - a guest appearance in the opera in Cologne as well as at the Theater in Bonn, Germany.

In season 14/15 and 15/16, she was a participant in the Cologne International Opera, where she performed, among other things, on a large stage such as: 1 Dame in WA Mozart's opera "Magic Flute", Brigitte in the opera "Jolanta" P. Tchaikovsky, Erzählerin in the opera "Rape on Lucrezia" B. Britten, St. Catherine in the opera "Jeanne D'Arc" by W. Braunfels, and Blumenmadchen in the opera "Parsifal" by R. Wagner. In 2013, she performed in Germany with Klassische Philharmonie Bonn "Wiener Klassik" at prestigious concert halls such as Bielefeld - Rudolf-Oetker-Halle, Berlin - Konzerthaus, München - Herkules-Saal, Karlsruhe - Kongresszentrum, Stuttgart - Liederhalle, Nürnberg Bad Neuenahr - Kurhaus, Bonn - Beethovenhalle, Bremen - Die Glocke, Hamburg - Laeiszhalle, Hannover - Großer Sendesaal. In 2010, 2011 and 2012, guest starred as Barbarina in W. A. ​​Mozart's "Wedding of Figaro" at the Teatr Wielki National Opera in Warsaw. In 2010, she performed at the Richard Strauss Electric Opera at the Teatr Wielki National Opera in Warsaw. In the same year she created the Halka party in the student exhibition of Stanisław Moniuszko's opera "Halka" (Wilno version) at the Teatr Wielki National Opera in Warsaw. In 2009 she participated in "5 Classic Night 2009 Nuit Blanche" (Zurich). Also in 2009 she participated in the International Festival of Music in Brest on the Bug (Belarus.). In 2008, she created the party of Zofia in Stanisław Moniuszko's opera "Halka" (Vilnius version) in Radziejowice, in the House of Creative Work under the artistic direction of prof. Teresa Zylis-Gary.



She worked with conductors:

Roland Boeer Roland Böer, Kazimierz Dabrowski, Justus Frantz, Aleksandr Ferrari Friedrich Haider Will Humburg, Rafał Janiak, Alexander Khumala, Dimitri Kitajenko, Marta Kluczynska, Andrzej Knap, Tadeusz Kozlowski, Krzysztof Kusiel-Moroz Bernard Le Monnier, Marco Medved, Reiner Mühlbach, Michael Nündel, Mieczysław Nowakowski, Marc Piollet, Jerzy Salwaroski, Andreas Schüller, Leo Siberski, Alexander Sosnowski, Monika Wolińska, Tadeusz Wojciechowski, Lothar Zagrosek, Dariusz Zimnicki, Jan Miłosz Zarzycki

She worked with orchestras:

Orchestra Camerata Viva, Jugendsinfoniaorchesters Sachsen-Anhalt, Philharmonischen Orchesters Gelsenkirchen, Philharmonie Orchestra, Saxon-Anhalt, Philharmonic Orchestra, Gelsenkirchen, Geschäft-Orchester Köln, Dortmunder Philharmonie Orchestra, Orchestra of the Grand Opera House, randenburgisches Staatsorchester Frankfurt, Klassische Philharmonie Bonn Orchestra..

She also collaborated with directors such as:

K. Warner, W. Trompert - (assistant Willy Decker) N. Babińska, J. Kilian, A. Wojtyszko, H. Chojnacka, M. Oldag, M. Clément B, Savic, V. Kairish, E.Tzavara, B. Gillessen, B. Lachaussé, M.Hampe, K.Schhmacher, T.Gurbac, C. Padrissa - "La Fura dels Baus", Johannes Schmid, Johannes Hebsacker.



Partie:
"La Boheme" G. Puccini - Mimi
"La Boheme" G. Puccini - Musetta
"Halka" St. Moniuszko - Zofia
"Halka"( Wileńska.) St.Moniuszko - Halka
"La Traviata" G. Verdi - Violetta


LANGUAGES & HOBBY:
English – Intermediate
German – Intermediate
Italian – Pre-Intermediate
Russian – Pre-Intermediate
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REFERENCES:

Prof. Wieslaw Ochaman

Prof. Teresa Żylis-Gara

Justyna Samborska

Justyna Samborska - soprano. From June 2010 is a graduate of the University of Music of Frederick Chopin in Warsaw in the class singing a solo ad. Jolanta Janucik. Now she works with professor Ella Susmanek – Pianist

Concert "La Juive" 2018

A new role for Justyna Samborska repertoire list appears in 2018, where she has her debut as Eudoxie in Fromental Halevy's famous opera "La Juive". The performances take place in Konstanz, Germany where the original story takes place 600 years ago.

Premiere is on 14 of June followed by further performances on 16,18,20,24,26,28/06; 1,4,7,9/7 2018