Biography

She started her music educational training at age 7 with playing the piano in Hungary. In high-school she studied singing in the class of Éva Rácz. After graduation she was admitted to the Royal Conservatory of the Hague in the Netherlands. She finished her studies there at 2017 in the class of Rita Dams and Sasja Hunnego.

She finds teaching very exciting and important in her own development as well. That's the reason she choosed education as a minor subject. She has private teaching practice since 2014.

After graduating in the Netherlands she came back to Hungary and got the chance to work with the excellent coloratur soprano, Ildikó Iván.

Currently she is in her last year of opera- master studies in Budapest at the Liszt Academy. Her vocal master is Atilla Kiss-B.

Dalma loves singing operatic repertoire and chamber music too.

In the Netherlands she started to do more and more contemporary music. It made a huge impact on her musical taste.

She worked with the Orkest Ereprijs which is an orchestra specialized in contemporary music.

For 3 years she was taking part as a soloist in the Young Composer Meeting in Apeldoorn.

She worked with conductors such as Ton Koopman, Reinbert de Leeuw, Ádám Medveczky, Gyula Pfeiffer, Clark Rundell, Bas Wiegers, Rob Vermuelen, Arjan Tien, Béni Csillag, Fabio Bonizzoni, Jan Joost van Elburg, Péter Dobszay.

 

 

She sang in Le Nozze di Figaro by Mozart under the direction of Alexander Oliver with the DNOA and in Cherubini´s Médée with the Opera2day company.

Her main interest is the physicality of singing, acting and the connection between them. She gained inspiring and effective practice on the physical acting classes of Virág Dezső, on the workshops of Sébastien Dutrieux, Elsina Jansen, Peter te Nuyl, Gábor Kozma, David Prins.

The past years she had masterclasses with Nadine Secunde, Ann Hallenberg, Erika Miklósa Frans Fiselier, Marcell Reijans, Júlia Pászthy, Tünde Szabóki, Andrea Meláth, Éva Bátori, Dénes Gulyás, Krisztina Laki, Paul Triepels and Ami Shamir.

 

In 2018 she won the National Szecsődi-Réti Singing Comptetition and got 2nd prize in the Emil Petrovics International Vocal Competition from where the previous year she took1st prize in chamber music category.

 

In 2019 she made her role debut as the Queen of the Night in the Liszt Academy.

Shortly after she had the premiere of the Diary of Anne Frank, a stunning mono-opera played in the Operetta-theater Budapest written by Grigori Frid.

In 2020 she also had her role debut as Manja from the operetta the Countess of Marica by Kálmán.

 

 

She started her music educational training at age 7 with playing the piano in Hungary. In high-school she studied singing in the class of Éva Rácz. After graduation she was admitted to the Royal Conservatory of the Hague in the Netherlands. She finished her studies there at 2017 in the class of Rita Dams and Sasja Hunnego.

She finds teaching very exciting and important in her own development as well. That's the reason she choosed education as a minor subject. She has private teaching practice since 2014.

After graduating in the Netherlands she came back to Hungary and got the chance to work with the excellent coloratur soprano, Ildikó Iván.

Currently she is in her last year of opera- master studies in Budapest at the Liszt Academy. Her vocal master is Atilla Kiss-B.

Dalma loves singing operatic repertoire and chamber music too.

In the Netherlands she started to do more and more contemporary music. It made a huge impact on her musical taste.

She worked with the Orkest Ereprijs which is an orchestra specialized in contemporary music.

For 3 years she was taking part as a soloist in the Young Composer Meeting in Apeldoorn.

She worked with conductors such as Ton Koopman, Reinbert de Leeuw, Ádám Medveczky, Gyula Pfeiffer, Clark Rundell, Bas Wiegers, Rob Vermuelen, Arjan Tien, Béni Csillag, Fabio Bonizzoni, Jan Joost van Elburg, Péter Dobszay.

She sang in Le Nozze di Figaro by Mozart under the direction of Alexander Oliver with the DNOA and in Cherubini´s Médée with the Opera2day company.

Her main interest is the physicality of singing, acting and the connection between them. She gained inspiring and effective practice on the physical acting classes of Virág Dezső, on the workshops of Sébastien Dutrieux, Elsina Jansen, Peter te Nuyl, Gábor Kozma, David Prins.

The past years she had masterclasses with Nadine Secunde, Ann Hallenberg, Erika Miklósa Frans Fiselier, Marcell Reijans, Júlia Pászthy, Tünde Szabóki, Andrea Meláth, Éva Bátori, Dénes Gulyás, Krisztina Laki, Paul Triepels and Ami Shamir.

 

In 2018 she won the National Szecsődi-Réti Singing Comptetition and got 2nd prize in the Emil Petrovics International Vocal Competition from where the previous year she took1st prize in chamber music category.

 

In 2019 she made her role debut as the Queen of the Night in the Liszt Academy.

Shortly after she had the premiere of the Diary of Anne Frank, a stunning mono-opera played in the Operetta-theater Budapest written by Grigori Frid.

In 2020 she also had her role debut as Manja from the operetta the Countess of Marica by Kálmán.