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Récital de soprano: Jerica Steklasa

Catégories : 1-Tous les événements, Concerts, Musique classique, New Classic Stage Saison 3,

Lieu : Grande Salle Rheinsheim





Récital de soprano


Jerica Steklasa



Dimanche 10 mars 2019 – 17h00




Praised for her warm, beautiful voice and incredibly strong stage presence, the young Slovenian soprano Jerica Steklasa is often called the favourite of the audience.




Jerica Steklasa was born in 1992 in Ljubljana and has been surrounded by music from an early age.

Her music education started at the age of six with violin and piano lessons. Ms Steklasa began to take singing lessons at the age of 13, which she continued to pursue at the Conservatory of Music and Ballet in Ljubljana.

At her young teenage years, she was awarded with the highest prize of the Conservatory “Škerjančeva Honorary Award” for her artistic endeavours.

In 2011, Steklasa joined the Vienna University of Music and Performing Arts under the tuition of professor Claudia Visca, later also the Lied&Oratorio programme with professor Charles Spencer.

During her studies, the concerts and opera performances led her around the world stages in Austria (Wiener Musikverein, Konzerthaus, ORF Radio Kulturhaus, Theater an der Wien, Stadttheater Baden), Germany (Alte Oper Frankfurt, Stadthalle Bayreuth), the Netherlands (the Dutch National Opera & Ballet), Switzerland, Bulgaria, Serbia, Montenegro, Japan and Australia.

Following her invitation to Australia, Steklasa made her opera debut in Sydney, Australia as Pamina in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte in 2013, followed by her debuts in Vienna as Susanna in Le Nozze di Figaro, Fiordiligi in Cosi fan tutte and Adele in Die Fledermaus.

During her academic years, she has performed with great orchestras, for example Thüringen Philharmonie, Münchner Rundfunkorchester, Philharmonic Orchestra Würzburg, Bühne Baden Orchestra, Divertimento Viennese, SNG Opera and Ballet Ljubljana, Symphony Orchestra Radio&TV Slovenia; and sung under the baton of renowned conductors, such as Peter Falk, Enrico Calesso, Olivier Tardy, Erwin Ortner, Vinzenz Praxmarer, Guido Mancusi, Oliver Ostermann, Franz Josef Breznik, Hermann Breuer, Nayden Todorov, Loris Voltolini, Simon Krečič.

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