Assistant Professor Dorota Radomska, DMus Hab.

Doro­ta Radom­s­ka is a sopra­no. She grad­u­at­ed with hon­ours from the Fry­deryk Chopin Acad­e­my of Music in War­saw, Depart­ment of Vocal and Act­ing Stud­ies, vocal class of Pro­fes­sor Hali­na Słon­ic­ka. Dur­ing her stud­ies she won schol­ar­ships of the Min­is­ter of Cul­ture and Art and of Pres­i­dent of the City of War­saw. She was award­ed with a diplo­ma of Pri­mus Inter Pares, a foun­da­tion for the ben­e­fit of gift­ed youth.

She is a lau­re­ate of numer­ous vocal com­pe­ti­tions, e.g. the Moniuszko Com­pe­ti­tion (1st Award), Inter-Uni­ver­si­ty Vocal Com­pe­ti­tion in Wrocław (1st Award), Inter­na­tion­al V. Belli­ni Vocal Com­pe­ti­tion in Cal­ta­nis­seta, Italy (2nd Award), F. Viňas Opera Com­pe­ti­tion in Barcelona (spe­cial award), or Queen Elis­a­beth of Bel­gium Com­pe­ti­tion.

She had her opera debut in 1993 singing the part of Vio­let­ta in Verdi’s Travi­a­ta at the Great The­atre in War­saw. Soon after that she per­formed the roles Rosi­na in Rossini’s The Bar­ber of Seville on stage of Sta­at­sthe­ater in Han­no­ve­r, Gil­da in G. Verdi’s Rigo­let­to at the Great The­atre in War­saw, Don­na Anna in W.A. Mozart’s Don Gio­van­ni at The­atre Muni­ci­pal in Lux­em­burg, and Han­na in S. Moniuszko’s The Haunt­ed Manor at the Great The­atre in War­saw. In 2000 she sang the part of Nor­ma in V. Bellini’s opera Nor­ma at the Nation­al Opera in Athens, and sopra­no part in C. Orff’s Carmi­na Burana at the Berlin Phil­har­mon­ic.

In her reper­toire the artist also has many oth­er opera parts, which made her famous on stage of the Great The­atre in War­saw and oth­er opera stages, and they are: Mica­ela in Bizet’s Car­men, Mar­guerite in Gounod’s Fau­st by Gou­nod, Mimi  in Puccini’s La bohème, sopra­no part in Orff’s Carmi­na Burana, Rosa­munda in Penderecki’s  Ubu the King, and Elvi­ra in Verdi’s Ernani.

Doro­ta Radom­ska also devotes a lot of time to ora­to­rio music — e.g. she many times par­tic­i­pat­ed in the per­for­mance of 7 Gates of Jerusalem by K. Pen­de­rec­ki (Cra­cow Phil­har­mon­ic, Vil­nius, Nation­al Sym­pho­ny Orches­tra of the Pol­ish Radio), Sym­pho­ny no.3 by H.M. Górec­ki (SFB Ber­lin, Sym­phony Hall in Athens, Tokyo Metro­po­li­tan Arts Space, Osa­ka Festi­val Hall), Requ­iem by G.Verdi (tour with Warsaw’s Nation­al Phil­har­mon­ic). She appears at inter­na­tion­al music fes­ti­vals (La Cha­ise Dieux 97 — Sym­pho­ny no.9 by L. van Beetho­ven, Schle­swig Hol­stein Music Festi­val — L. Jana­ček’s Glagolitic Mass; Musik­som­mer Mec­klen­burg — Vor­pom­mern 99 A. Dvo­řak’s Sta­bat Mater; Wra­ti­sla­via Can­tans — Requ­iem by W.A. Mozart). On her score card the artist has the fol­low­ing CD record­ings: Te Deum by K. Kur­piń­ski, Mar­i­an Antiphons by S. Mory­to, and con­tem­po­rary music; as well as record­ings for radio and TV in Poland (Górec­ki — Sym­pho­ny no.3, opera arias, Pol­ish songs, Żeleń­ski — Goplana, Moniuszko – Bea­ta, Lote­ria), in Ger­many (Dvo­řak — Sta­bat Mater) and in Japan (Cho­pin — songs).

Since 2005 Doro­ta Radom­s­ka has worked as a lec­tur­er at the Fry­deryk Chopin Uni­ver­si­ty of Music in War­saw, hold­ing the post of Assis­tant Pro­fes­sor. She has com­plet­ed doc­tor­al stud­ies and Inter­de­part­men­tal Mul­ti­me­dia Stud­ies, she par­tic­i­pates in schol­ar­ly con­fer­ences, con­ducts vocal cours­es, and sits on a jury of com­pe­ti­tions for young singers. She is a pro­mot­er of cul­ture, and an orga­niz­er of con­certs fea­tur­ing stu­dents of the Depart­ment of Vocal and Act­ing Stud­ies of the FCUM in War­saw.


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