Zsuzsanna ÁDÁM Soprano
 
  BIOGRAPHY  

 

After winning the Éva Marton International Competition and the Antonio Bertolini Singing Competition in Milano, Zsuzsanna Ádám became the shooting star of the lyrico-spinto repertoire in Hungry.

In February 2021 she made her debut as ELISABETTA in a new production of Verdi’s “Don Carlo” at the Budapest State Opera. The premiere was life-streamed. The press enthusiastically wrote:  

„Zsuzsanna Ádám as Elisabetta has a constant, warm soprano voice, ready to attack but also capable of the most beautiful pianissimo in the highest registers.”
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At the Hungarian State Opera, she could already be seen as SZILÁGYI ERZSÉBET in Ferenc Erkel’s opera “Hunyadi László” , a role with which she had already enjoyed great success previously at the Miscolc National Opera.

Moreover, she sang the soprano part in Verdi’s Requiem at the Budapest State Opera and succeeded here also as MAGDA in “La Rondine”. She equally portrayed MAGDA at the Cluj-Napoca Opera in Romania.
The artist sang DONNA ELVIRA inMozat’s “Don Giovanni” with the Budapest Strings Orchestra, ELVIRA in Verdi’s “Ernani” at the Szeged National Theatre and in summer 2019 the title role of Verdi’s AIDA at the Szeged Open Air Festival.

Zsuzsanna graduated in Singing at the Music University of Szeged, Hungary, after having studied at the Conservatory Lucio Campiani in Mantova. She studied at the Liszt Ferenc Academy with Éva Marton and absolved master classes with Mirella Freni and Andrea Rost. In 2017 she won the 2nd Prize at the International Singing Competition ‚Anton Rubinstein‘ in Düsseldorf.

Her operatic debut as BERTA in “Il Barbiere di Siviglia” at the Baja Opera followed in 2014.

She became a member of the National Theatre of Miskolc in her native country, where she was able to enlarge her soloist repertoire.

In 2017 she was invited by the Livorno Opera to sing in an Opera Gala Concert, and a year later she appeared in another Opera Gala Concert in Brescia in Italy.

In 2021 she makes her debut as GIULIETTA in “Les Contes d’Hoffmann” at the Budapest State Opera.

 

 
 
 
REVIEWS
 
Budapest State Opera – Don Carlo - ELISABETTA
ZSUZSANNA ÁDÁM in the role of Elisabetta di Valois was agreat surprise: Initially, her voice seemed rather heavy. But gradually it became richer and was able to soar to a beautiful pianissimo. Her singing is even and perfectly unaffected.
Das Opernglas / April 2021 – T. Kliche
Zsuzsanna Ádám as Elisabetta has a constant, warm soprano voice, ready to attack but also capable of the most beautiful pianissimo in the highest registers.
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Young soprano Zsuzsanna Ádám, singing Elisabetta, was a major treat of the performance. Her voice initially struck me as a bit heavy, but while her voice is deep and rich, it can also soar to a beautiful pianissimo while scaling the heights of the melodies. Her voice production is even and unaffected; she simply opened her mouth to sing exquisite phrases and powerful longings.
Bachtrack
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La Isabel de Valois de la joven soprano Zsuzsanna Ádam fue una de las principales atracciones de la representación. Su voz parecía inicialmente un poco densa, pero aunque es profunda y rica, también puede elevarse a un hermoso pianissimo mientras escala las alturas de las melodías. Su emisión es uniforme y no afectada; canta simplemente frases exquisitas y anhelos poderosos.
Mundoclasico
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Erkel Theater Budapest – La Rondine - MAGDA
The part of Magda de Civry was sung with a beautiful, flexible soprano voice by Zsuzsanna Ádám.
Opera Portal
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Zsuzsanna Ádám was a powerful-voiced demimondaine Magda de Civry. She sang with a stable, brilliant soprano voice, even in the feared high registers of the part.
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ON STAGE
Hungarian State Opera - Don Carlo - ELISABETTA
 
Open Air Festival Szeged – Aida – AIDA
 
Open Air Festival Szeged – Aida – AIDA
 
Open Air Festival Szeged – Aida – AIDA
 
Erkel Theater Budapest – La Rondine - MAGDA