Ágnes Molnár


Ágnes Molnár
Opera singer
She started her classical music studies at the Singing Department of the Conservatory of Győr, Hungary. As an opera soloist, she first performed at the age of 21 at the National Theatre of Győr, singing the young Mathias in László Hunyadi written by Ferenc Erkel. In 2008 she gained admission to Franz Liszt Academy of Music, where she obtained her Masters degree as the student of Magda Nádor in 2013. During her undergraduate years she took part in the master classes of Júlia Hamari, Éva Marton, Nicholas Clapton and Jeanne Henny. Since then she has performed in several opera and operetta productions, including Mozart’s Don Giovanni (Zerlina), Kacsoh’s John the Valiant (French princess); Mozart’s The marriage of Figaro (Susanna), Puccini’s La boheme (Musetta).To this day she is still performing the role of Countess Rolla with great success in Albert Szirmai’s Mágnás Miska at the Budapest Operetta Theatre. She was also part of the premiere of some contemporary operas and oratorios (Béla Faragó: Átváltozás [Transformation]; László Dubrovay: A váltságdíj [The ransom]; Miklós Csemiczky: Hymni Ambrosiani). Besides giving concerts in Hungary she has sung with the Beijing Symphony Orchestra in the Forbidden City Concert Hall, but also in Slovakia, Spain and England.

Performances

2019. June 3.2019-06-03
Il trittico (Il tabarro; Suor Angelica; Gianni Schicchi)
2019. June 4.2019-06-04
Il trittico (Il tabarro; Suor Angelica; Gianni Schicchi)
2019. November 8.2019-11-08
Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)
2019. November 10.2019-11-10
Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)
2019. November 16.2019-11-16
Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)
2019. December 31.2019-12-31
Die Fledermaus (The Bat)
2020. January 2.2020-01-02
Die Fledermaus (The Bat)
2020. January 4.2020-01-04
Die Fledermaus (The Bat)
2020. January 11.2020-01-11
John the Valiant
2020. January 12.2020-01-12
John the Valiant
2020. January 18.2020-01-18
John the Valiant
2020. January 19.2020-01-19
John the Valiant
2020. February 1.2020-02-01
John the Valiant
2020. February 2.2020-02-02
John the Valiant