Anna Siminska Soprano

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Anna Siminska was born in Lodz, Poland and studied at the Frédéric Chopin Academy in Warsaw and the Graz Academy of Music. She made her professional debut in Warsaw and then, in 2007 at the Schönbrunn Schlosstheater, she sang the role of Adele in Die Fledermaus. She participated in the 2009 Salzburg Festival “Young Singers Project” and the closing concert at the Mozarteum. Soon thereafter, her career took on an international dimension. She performed the role of the Queen of the Night at the Vienna Staatsoper, London’s Royal Opera House Covent Garden, the Hamburg Staatsoper, the Berlin Komische Oper, the Berlin Staatsoper, the Washington Opera, the Dresden Semperoper, the Tokyo Opera, the Frankfurt Opera and the Paris Opera for her debut there in 2015. In addition, she has sung Woglinde (Götterdämmerung) at the  Aix-en-Provence and Salzburg Festivals, Adele at the Vienna Staatsoper, Clorinda (La Cenerentola) at the Glyndebourne Festival, the Dew Fairy (Hänsel und Gretel) at London’s Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Flaminia (Il Mondo della luna) at the Bruckner Festival in Linz, Amina (La sonnambula) and Giulietta (I Capuleti e i Montecchi) in Graz, Ilia (Idomeneo) at the Berlin Komische Oper, Gilda (Rigoletto) in Limoges, the Chaliapine Festival in Kazan, the Vilnius Opera, the title role in Stravinsky’s Nightingale in Warsaw, Sandrina (La Finta Giardiniera) at the Berlin Staatsoper and in Bonn, Zerbinetta (Ariadne auf Naxos) with the Warsaw  Philharmonic Orchestra, and a Flower Maiden (Parsifal) at the Bayreuth Festival. Anna Siminska's concert appearances include Carmina burana at the Vienna Musikverein (concert recorded by ASC), and concerts at the Deutsche Oper in Düsseldorf, the KKL in Lucerne, the Alte Oper in Frankfurt, the Baden-Baden Festspielhaus, and London’s Royal Opera House Covent Garden alongside Bryn Terfel and Sonya Yoncheva. She also appeared in the BBC documentary, Pappano’ s Classical Voices, with Anna Netrebko, Joyce DiDonato, Jonas Kaufmann and Diana Damrau. 

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