Eva Bodorova – EWITA, soprano
The young Slovakian soprano Eva Bodorová-EWITA graduate at the State Conservatory in Bratislava and was successful afterwards in several singing competitions for students in Slovakia and abroad, such as Hans Gabor Singing Competition in Vienna’s Belvedere and at the Neue Stimmen International Competition in Berlin.
After completing her studies, EWITA won an audition to obtain a two-year scholarship in the opera studio of Deutsche Oper am Rhein in Düsseldorf. In there she sang on stage several small roles such as Barbarina in Le nozze di Figaro, The First Nun in The Fiery Angel, Echo in Ariadne auf Naxos, and the Shakhakh princess in Golden Cockerel, amongst others. During her two years in the opera studio Deutsche Oper am Rhein, Eva took several singing courses. She soon introduced herself as Queen of the Night at Mozart’s The Magic Flute.
After her scholarship, EWITA took part in several concert tours in Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic. In 2017 she performed concerts in Pesaro, Bergamo, Bologna, Venice and G. Verdi’s hometown – Le Roncole. In the season 2017/2018 she made her debut at the Slovak National Theatre singing Konstanze in Der Entfuhrung aus dem Serail.
In 2018 she got to the finals of the Antonín Dvořák International Competition in Karlovy Vary. She also performed with great success in the role of Olympia in J. Offenbach’s opera Hoffman’s Stories at the Slovak National Theater. In 2019 she became the winner of the Franz Lehár Competition in Komárno and also the Absolute Winner, 1st place in the Erzsébet Házy International Singing Competition in Nové Zámky. She is also the Absolute Winner of the Sharon Resch Award competition in Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA, where she competed brilliantly in the competition of 150 singers.
Amongst her future engagements EWITA will portray the main role in the world premiere of the Slovak opera by Ľubica Čekovska Impresario as part of the Bregenzer Festspiele.
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