Marta Reichelová

Opera, Classical | Marta Reichelova is a Czech sopranist. Since 2013 Marta has been seen in new productions of the National Theatre Brno. As a guest singer, she made her debut as Dafne, the leading role of the eponymous opera by contemporary composers Tomáš Hanzlík and Vít Zouhar, and the First Nymph in Rusalka by Antonín Dvořák. With this production she also performed in guest performances in Royal Opera House Muscat in Oman (2014), becoming a part of the very first performance of Rusalka in Oman ever. In autumn 2014 soprano was engaged as a regular solo singer of the National Theatre Brno opera ensemble. Her repertory includes the Cunning Little Vixen (Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen), Maid (Adés: Powder Her Fac_e), Zerlina (Mozart: _Don Giovanni), Penelopka (Ivanovič: Enchantia), Barče (Smetana: The Kiss), Esmeralda (Smetana: The Bartered Bride), Wanda (Nedbal: Polish Blood). In Autumn 2015 she made her debut in the Prague National Theatre as Cook (Stravinsky: The Nightingale) and Brigitta (Tchaikovsky: Yolanta).

For the season 2015/2016 she was offered with a role of Ophélie in a great French opera Hamlet by Ambroise Thomas, in the National Moravian–Silesian Theatre in Ostrava.

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About Marta Reichelová

Marta Reichelova is a Czech sopranist. Since 2013 Marta has been seen in new productions of the National Theatre Brno. As a guest singer, she made her debut as Dafne, the leading role of the eponymous opera by contemporary composers Tomáš Hanzlík and Vít Zouhar, and the First Nymph in Rusalka by Antonín Dvořák. With this production she also performed in guest performances in Royal Opera House Muscat in Oman (2014), becoming a part of the very first performance of Rusalka in Oman ever. In autumn 2014 soprano was engaged as a regular solo singer of the National Theatre Brno opera ensemble. Her repertory includes the Cunning Little Vixen (Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen), Maid (Adés: Powder Her Fac_e), Zerlina (Mozart: _Don Giovanni), Penelopka (Ivanovič: Enchantia), Barče (Smetana: The Kiss), Esmeralda (Smetana: The Bartered Bride), Wanda (Nedbal: Polish Blood). In Autumn 2015 she made her debut in the Prague National Theatre as Cook (Stravinsky: The Nightingale) and Brigitta (Tchaikovsky: Yolanta).

For the season 2015/2016 she was offered with a role of Ophélie in a great French opera Hamlet by Ambroise Thomas, in the National Moravian–Silesian Theatre in Ostrava.

Genres: Opera, Classical

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