Emöke Barath

Emöke Barath
Hungarian soprano Emöke Barath
Hungarian soprano Emöke Barath will be singing in the finale of the Queen Elisabeth Competition on Wednesday 28/05 - 20u00. Join us in supporting her participation at this prestigious and renowned competition.

She began her musical education studying the piano and harp, and started  singing at the age of 18 following the teaching of Professor Julia Paszthy at the Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest. During several master classes with among others Barbara Bonney, Kiri Te Kanawa, Deborah York and Masaaki Suzuki, she continued to learn and master her talent

In November 2012 she released her first recording (Naïve label): Händel's Giulio Cesare (the role of Sesto) with the Complesso Barocco and Alan Curtis.

On her curriculum we find the title role of Elena by Cavalli at the Aix-en-Provence Festival, Zerlina in Don Giovanni at the Budapest State Opera (Hungary), Oriana in Amadigi di Gaula and Alceste in Arianna in Creta by Händel at the Theater an der Wien with the Complesso barocco and Alan Curtis.
Among other future commitments she will be singing the role of Almirena in Rinaldo with Il Pomo d'Oro, returning to the Theater an der Wien again.

More info here