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Andrea Meláth graduated as a singer from the Franz Liszt College of Music in 1998 under the guidance of Erika Sziklay. In 1996, she won a scholarship to participate in the Bayreuth Festival. She was awarded the Ministry of Culture’s Annie Fischer Scholarship in 1998. She features on a number of prominent recordings and has been awarded the Artisjus Music Foundation’s award on a number of occasions for her exceptional work in the presentation and introduction of musical works.
Between 2007 and 2012, Meláth worked as an Associate Professor at the University of Pécs to lead the Faculty of Art’s classical singing specialisation. She has worked as a teacher at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music since 2012 and has led the singing specialisation since 2013 as an Associate Professor.
Andrea Meláth has participated in a number of premieres and is a regular soloist in contemporary musical concerts. She is a regular guest of the Mini Festival and Café Budapest. She often performs oratorios ranging from the Baroque period to today and is a featured soloist in various orchestral works both in Hungary and abroad. Lied singing has always been a part of her life, which she holds especially dear.
Her first operatic role was in the courtyard of the Castle in Lovasberény, where she played Mozart’s Cherubino in Le Nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro). That same year, she sang the lead in Purcell’s opera Dido and Aeneas as conducted by Catherina Mackintosh. She has been a recurring guest at the Opera since 1999, where she debuted as Rosetta in the world premiere of János Vajda’s Leonce and Léna.
Other important roles: Judith (Bluebeard’s Castle),Dorabella (Così fan tutte), Sextus (La clemenza di Tito), Rosina(Il barbiere di Siviglia), Orlovsky (Die Fledermaus), HelenPrejean (Dead Man Walking)
Awards and recognitions:

Hungarian Artist of Merit Award (2018)
Honorary Citizen of Újpest (2014)
Bartók-Pásztory Award (2007)
Franz Liszt Award (2001)
Andor Mándi Award (2001)
Andrea Meláth