Éva Várhelyi


Éva Várhelyi
Opera singer

mezzo-soprano

Éva Várhegyi graduated, first as a voice teacher in 1996 and then as an opera singer in 1988, from the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music as a student of Zsolt Bende, Dénes Gulyás and Balázs Kovalik. She has been a soloist for Hungarian Radio since 1997 and for the Hungarian State Opera since 1998. With her principal roles including The Composer, Xerxes, Dorabella, Cherubino, Carmen and Prince Orlofsky, she twice took first place at the National Singing Competition, 1991 and 1997. In 2000, at the Fifth Budapest International Singing Competition, she won in the role of Stéphano for the contest held for the different roles in Gounod's Roméo ét Juliette, a part which she also sang in Kiev and Ludwigshafen, in Germany. She has participated in master classes held by Nicholas McGegan, Júlia Hamari, László Polgár, Ilona Tokody, Helmuth Rilling, Vera Rózsa and Larissa Gergieva. She has performed as a guest in England (Ariadne auf Naxos), Japan (Die Fledermaus), Finland (Der Rosenkavalier), Munich (in Pietro Torri's Melissa in Grecia) and Kiev (Roméo and Juliette). She has twice won both the Annie Fischer and Budapest Friends of the Opera scholarships. Finishing among the winners at the International Monteverdi Singing Competition in Verona in 2007 led to her performing one of the leading roles in Monteverdi's opera L'Orfeo in both Verona and Mantua. She has regular been featured at the Wagner in Budapest Opera Festival conducted by Adam Fischer at Müpa Budapest.


Performances

2018. September 24.2018-09-24
V4 Operatour – Jenufa
2018. September 26.2018-09-26
V4 Operatour – Jenufa
2018. September 28.2018-09-28
V4 Operatour – Jenufa
2019. February 10.2019-02-10
Lucia di Lammermoor
2019. February 14.2019-02-14
Lucia di Lammermoor
2019. February 23.2019-02-23
Lucia di Lammermoor
2019. April 26.2019-04-26
Háry János
2019. April 29.2019-04-29
Háry János
2019. May 2.2019-05-02
Háry János
2019. May 3.2019-05-03
Háry János
2019. May 7.2019-05-07
Háry János
2019. May 8.2019-05-08
Háry János
2019. May 10.2019-05-10
Háry János
2019. May 11.2019-05-11
Háry János
2019. December 13.2019-12-13
Die Fledermaus (The Bat)
2019. December 31.2019-12-31
Die Fledermaus (The Bat)
2020. January 3.2020-01-03
Die Fledermaus (The Bat)
2020. January 5.2020-01-05
Die Fledermaus (The Bat)
2020. February 7.2020-02-07
The Master and Margarita
2020. February 9.2020-02-09
The Master and Margarita
2020. February 14.2020-02-14
The Master and Margarita
2020. February 16.2020-02-16
The Master and Margarita
2020. May 26.2020-05-26
The Master and Margarita
2020. May 28.2020-05-28
The Master and Margarita