Melinda Heiter


Melinda Heiter
Opera singer
Budapest-born mezzo-soprano Melinda Heiter obtained her degree in solo voice from the Budapest Pedagogical Institute of the Ference Liszt Academy of Music in 2008, after completing her studies in French and Portuguese at the Faculty of Humanities at Eötvös Loránd University. Her current teachers are Bernadett Wiedemann and répétiteur Katalin Szőke, and she has also participated in Júlia Hamari's master classes every year since 2003. She has sung in numerous theatres and concert halls both in Hungary and abroad, including the Béla Bartók National Concert Hall, the Ferenc Liszt Music Academy, the National Theatre, the Csokonai National Theatre of Debrecen, the national theatres of Miskolc and Szeged, Szombathely's Bartók Hall, Staatstheater Braunschweig, Das Zentrum Europasaal Bayreuth, Stadthalle Bayreuth, Aalto Musiktheater Essen. She has also appeared at a number of festivals both in Hungary and abroad, such as the Bartók Plus Opera Festival, the Franz-Liszt-Jubiläum 2011 in Bayreuth, the Budapest Spring Festival, the Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg Opera Festival, the Iseumi Summer Open-air Festival in Szombathely, the Early Music Festival in Fertőd and the Richard-Wagner-Jubiläum 2013 in Bayreuth. In 2013, she won the Eighth International József Simándy Singing Competition, taking away two special prizes as well. In that same year, she also received the Bayreuth scholarship of the Richard Wagner Society. In 2014, she was a finalist in the Competizione dell’Opera in Tashkent. She made her debut on the stage of the Hungarian State Opera House in 2012 in the role of Dorabella in Così fan tutte, later going on to sing the roles of Cherubino (Le nozze di Figaro), Mercédès (Carmen), Lola (Cavelleria rusticana), Flosshilde (Das Rheingold) and the High Priestess (Aida).

Performances

2019. October 9.2019-10-09
Hunyadi László
2019. October 11.2019-10-11
Hunyadi László
2019. October 14.2019-10-14
Hunyadi László
2019. October 16.2019-10-16
Hunyadi László
2019. October 17.2019-10-17
Hunyadi László
2020. February 25.2020-02-25
L'italiana in Algeri
2020. February 27.2020-02-27
L'italiana in Algeri
2020. February 29.2020-02-29
L'italiana in Algeri
2020. March 1.2020-03-01
L'italiana in Algeri
2020. April 10.2020-04-10
Parsifal
2020. April 13.2020-04-13
Parsifal
2020. April 16.2020-04-16
Parsifal
2020. April 19.2020-04-19
Parsifal
2020. April 23.2020-04-23
Manon Lescaut
2020. April 25.2020-04-25
Manon Lescaut
2020. April 30.2020-04-30
Manon Lescaut
2020. May 3.2020-05-03
Manon Lescaut
2020. May 16.2020-05-16
Don Carlos
2020. May 18.2020-05-18
Don Carlos
2020. May 19.2020-05-19
Dialogues des Carmélites (Dialogues of the Carmelites)
2020. May 21.2020-05-21
Don Carlos
2020. May 22.2020-05-22
Dialogues des Carmélites (Dialogues of the Carmelites)
2020. May 24.2020-05-24
Don Carlos
2020. May 27.2020-05-27
Dialogues des Carmélites (Dialogues of the Carmelites)
2020. May 28.2020-05-28
Parsifal
2020. May 29.2020-05-29
Don Carlos
2020. May 30.2020-05-30
Parsifal
2020. May 31.2020-05-31
Dialogues des Carmélites (Dialogues of the Carmelites)