Famous soprano Dominika Zamara to perform in Sarajevo (video)

unnamed (1)Talented Soprano young lady, born 11 August 1981 in Wrocław living in Padua  will perform on  Army Hall Stage  in 2017.In 2007  Dominika receives honours degree on Karol Lipinski Musical Academy in Wroclaw (vocal faculty) with Professor Barbara Ewa Werner afterwhich she moves on to  Italian Musical Conservatory in Verona where she educates her voice in at masters of bel-canto art such as: Bruno Pola, Alida Ferrarini, Mirella Freni, Alessandra Althoff-Pugliese.  In 2008 she performed the tour in France with outstanding French organist Fabrice Pitrois. She sang in The National Theatre in Montenegro (former Yugoslavia) in presence of the President of this country. In 2009 she made debut in Italy in Padova as Mimi in the operas La Boheme and Il Tabarro of Puccini (as Giorgietta and Amante). The fabulous opera singer performed numerous concerts with the symphony orchestra of Italian conductor Maestro Enrico De Mori (also conducting also Teatro alla Scala).  In 2010 she goes to sing in Vienna recitals with the pianist Cezary Kwapisz. She performed the sacral work “Glory” and “Laudate Pueri” of Vivaldi .Her performances took place in most part of Italy. Symphony orchestra under the management the Maestro Paolo Fumei accompanied the artist. In 2011 Dominika sang the main part in the world premiere of opera „Tramonto Coronaro” under the management the Maestro Stefano Carlini in Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza.

Dominika Zamara gave concerts, recitals and operas in the large part of Europe: Spain, Las Palmas, Italy, Poland, Switzerland, Austria, France. She performed the role of Silvia in opera “Zanetto” of Mascagni. In 2012 she made debut in United States in Warner of Grand Theater in Los Angels with the composer of Walt Disney – Maria Newman and the with chamber orchestra from Holywood.  She had many concerts in Malibu, New York and in Arkansas (Eureka Springs) too. International symphony orchestra under the management of Maestro Thomas Chun-Yu-Chen accompanied her.  Concerts took place during the Festival Of The Classical Music. In 2013 performed concerts in Rome at Teatro Orione.

During the Award Gala in Vienna she received the Golden Owl (the equivalent the Polish Community Oscar) in classical music category of the classical music and classical music opera achievements.

Dominika Zamara had debut in Italy in the role of Rosina in the opera “Il Barbiere DOMINIKA ZAMARA SOPRANO di Siviglia” by Rossini.  She sang opera arias in the arrangement of Spanish guitar and the contemporary music in New York, Boston, Washington D.C, Philadelphia, Princeton and Baltimore. In September she had her debut in the most prestigious concert hall Avery Fischer in New York Avery Fischer by Metropolitan Opera. The symphony orchestra counting 120 musicians accompanied her. During the concert an announcer was the superb American actor – Kevin Spacey. Dominica performed main parties in the opera “La Serva Padrona” of Pergolesi in Italian Operatic Theatre. She received in Morcone -the International Padre Pio Award for artistic achievement.

Together with the pianist Alejandro Barranon the artist debuted in Mexico in the most prestigious concert hall in Latin America – the Room Manuel Ponce. 2015 played the role of Serpina in the opera La Serva Padrona by G. B. Pergolesi at the Teatro San Domenico of Crema directed by Maestro Robert W. Butts. She sang in Rome in the Sala Accademica del Pontificio Istituto di Musica Sacra, recorded a recital, accompanied on piano by Maestro Andrea Musso, for Cremona1 TV. .

She sang in Assisi, in the Cattedrale of San Rufino during Festival Assisi Suono Sacro, under the direction of Maestro Roberto Miele of the Teatro La Scala in Milan. She sang during Festival Cracovia Sacra. She was singing for Polish President Andrzej Duda in Embassy in Rome. In Italy she recorded and released 2 CDs for Edit Music Italy. The artist has worked as the associate professor  in Italian Accademia La Certosa.

The concert in Sarajevo will be held on 21st May, at 20:00 o’clock at the Army Hall in Sarajevo. Entrance is free of charge.



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