ADELA ZAHARIA

Adela Zaharia (c) Klaudia TadayRomanian soprano Adela Zaharia is the winner of the First Prize of the Operalia Competition 2017 and has been celebrated as a great discovery since then.

The season 20/21 begins for Adela Zaharia with the premiere of the 7 Deaths of Maria Callas by Marina Abramovic under the baton of Yoel Gamzou at the Bavarian State Opera. In autumn she will be singing in several concerts in the corona-changed schedule of the Deutsche Oper am Rhein. She will appear as Donna Anna at the Teatro Real in Madrid. With the Munich Radio Orchestra she will sing Giulietta in Bellini’s I Capuleti e i Montecchi. Further performances of the Callas project will follow at the Deutsche Oper Berlin before she will present one of her star roles as Lucia di Lammermoor in Düsseldorf and Munich. As Donna Anna, she will make her house debut at the Royal Opera House in London.

Adela Zaharia caused a sensation in the past season with her role debut of Elvira in a new production I Puritani at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein. Also as Violetta she was celebrated stormily again.

Prior seasons saw Adela Zaharia sing Violetta at Los Angeles Opera under the baton of James Conlon, a part which she first sang at Deutsche Oper am Rhein, whose ensemble she has been a member of since the 2015-16 season and where she also made her debut as Maria Stuarda. She has also performed Konstanze, Donna Anna, Gilda, and the title role in Lange’s Schneekönigin at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein. After her debut in Lucia di Lammermoor at the Bayerische Staatsoper she was immediately invited back to sing Angelica in Haydn’s Orlando Palladino. She gave her successful debut in North America at Los Angeles Opera as Gilda in Rigoletto, and also sang Pamina with the Komische Oper on tour in Japan. Concert highlights include her BBC Proms debut singing the world premiere of Iain Bell’s Aurora with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic. She also performed the mad scene from Bell’s A Harlot’s Progress at the Enescu Festival. Further concert engagements include a Mozart arias concert with Placido Domingo in Prague, and tours to Moscow and Barcelona as a soloist with the Deutsche Oper am Rhein. She appeared as Pamina in Barrie Kosky’s production of Die Zauberflöte for her debuts at the Gran Theatre del Liceu, the Bolshoi Theater, the Edinburgh International Festival and the Shanghai Grand Theater.

Ms. Zaharia is the recipient of the Grand Prix of the Haricleea Darclée International Competition in 2012.

20/21

(Please discard any previously dated material. The text may not be abridged or altered without the prior consent of ARSIS Artist Management.)Adela Zaharia (c) Klaudia TadayRomanian soprano Adela Zaharia is the winner of the First Prize of the Operalia Competition 2017 and has been celebrated as a great discovery since then.

The season 20/21 begins for Adela Zaharia with the premiere of the 7 Deaths of Maria Callas by Marina Abramovic under the baton of Yoel Gamzou at the Bavarian State Opera. In autumn she will be singing in several concerts in the corona-changed schedule of the Deutsche Oper am Rhein. She will appear as Donna Anna at the Teatro Real in Madrid. With the Munich Radio Orchestra she will sing Giulietta in Bellini’s I Capuleti e i Montecchi. Further performances of the Callas project will follow at the Deutsche Oper Berlin before she will present one of her star roles as Lucia di Lammermoor in Düsseldorf and Munich. As Donna Anna, she will make her house debut at the Royal Opera House in London.

Adela Zaharia caused a sensation in the past season with her role debut of Elvira in a new production I Puritani at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein. Also as Violetta she was celebrated stormily again.

Prior seasons saw Adela Zaharia sing Violetta at Los Angeles Opera under the baton of James Conlon, a part which she first sang at Deutsche Oper am Rhein, whose ensemble she has been a member of since the 2015-16 season and where she also made her debut as Maria Stuarda. She has also performed Konstanze, Donna Anna, Gilda, and the title role in Lange’s Schneekönigin at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein. After her debut in Lucia di Lammermoor at the Bayerische Staatsoper she was immediately invited back to sing Angelica in Haydn’s Orlando Palladino. She gave her successful debut in North America at Los Angeles Opera as Gilda in Rigoletto, and also sang Pamina with the Komische Oper on tour in Japan. Concert highlights include her BBC Proms debut singing the world premiere of Iain Bell’s Aurora with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic. She also performed the mad scene from Bell’s A Harlot’s Progress at the Enescu Festival. Further concert engagements include a Mozart arias concert with Placido Domingo in Prague, and tours to Moscow and Barcelona as a soloist with the Deutsche Oper am Rhein. She appeared as Pamina in Barrie Kosky’s production of Die Zauberflöte for her debuts at the Gran Theatre del Liceu, the Bolshoi Theater, the Edinburgh International Festival and the Shanghai Grand Theater.

Ms. Zaharia is the recipient of the Grand Prix of the Haricleea Darclée International Competition in 2012.

20/21

(Please discard any previously dated material. The text may not be abridged or altered without the prior consent of ARSIS Artist Management.)