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Zauberflöte. Theater Pforzheim

Olga Polyakova is russian light lyric soprano. She began her studies in Moscow Music Academy with professor Belyakova. During her studies she has performed the role of Adina in “L’Elisir d’amore” of Donizetti, Cupid and Venus in “King Arthur” of Purcell and the part of Lucy in “The Telephone” of Menotti. She also sang in concerts as soloist with ensamble “Antique Music” of Moscow under the guidance of T.Gridenko where among other she sang Mozart’s “Requiem”, Vivaldi’s “Gloria”, Beethoven’s ”Messe Solemnis”, Bruckner’s “Te Deum”, Boismortier’s “Diane et Acteon” and “L’hiver” as well as other sacral and modern music.

After graduating the Moscow Music Academy in 1999 with highest scores Olga Polyakova was admitted to become a member of the International Opera Studio in Zürich where she studied with prof. Günther. During her studies she has participated in various master classes given by such known singers as Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Horst Günter and Thomas Hampson. She has also sang on the stage of Theater Zürich the roles of Zerlina in Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” in Peter Konwichny’s regie, Blonde in Mozart’s “Die Entführung aus dem Serail”, Mozart’s “Die Zauberflöte”, Serpina in Pergolesi’s “La serva padrona” and Taumännchen and Sandmännchen in Humperdink’s “Hansel und Gretel”.

She also participated in various vocal music competitions becoming the finalist of the “Nightmare country Festival” in Wittenberge and in “The International Ferruccio Tagliavini Vocal Competition”.

After finishing her studies in 2003 she has made active concert activity collaborating offtently as soloist with such orchestras as: SWR-Orchestra, WDR-Orchestra, Berliner Symphoniker and such conducters as: Lior Shambadal, Naiden Todorov, Peter Falck, David Parrz, Manfres Honeck, Enoch zu Guttenberg and Vassilis Christopoulos. She also sang sacred music concerts in different parts of Germany and participated as soloist in the “European Music Festival” singing different Mozat’s peaces.

In the same time Olga Polyakova has started working as a free artist in different german theaters singing The queen of the Night (Die Königin der Nacht) in “Die Zauberflöte” of Mozart,  Cunigonde in Bernstein’s “Candide”, Arminda and Sandrina in Mozart’s “La finta Giardiniera”, Viole and Sun in R.Ayre’s “Cricket recovers” – the german world premiere, Countess Stasi in Kalmann’s “Csardasfürstin” and Lauretta in Pergolesi’s “Il Maestro di Musica”.

Since 2008 Olga Polyakova has become the Staatsoper Stuttgart’s ensamble soloist and sings in J.Dove’s “The Adventures of Pinocchio” (The blue fairz, Cricket, Parrott), Verdi’s “Aida” (La sacerdotessa), Mozart’s “Zaide” (Zaide), Händel’s “Theseo” (Clizia) and in Bizet’s “Carmen” (Frasquita).

Most oftently she sings the part of the Queen of the Night in Mozart’s “Die Zauberflöte”.

  "Neben Verzweiflung auch Wut stimmlich darzustellen, gelang auch begeisternd Olga Polyakova als Königin der Nacht. Sehr...
Königin der Nacht. Theater Pforzheim 2011 mit M.France
Königin der Nacht. Staatstheater Cottbus 2006 mit A.Fischer und A.Sommerfeld M.Kross
Lauretta. Theater Weißenhorn 2011 mit H.Kittelman
Ms.Wordworth. Albert Herring. Opernhaus Zürich 2003 mit A.Smirnova, K.Armstrong, L.Silva, E.Keller
Sandmännchen. Hänsel und Greetel. Opernhaus Zürich 2003
Zaide. Staatstheater Stuttgart 2009 mit H.Kittelmann
Emmy. Albert Herring. Opernhaus Zürich 2003 mit S.Lampimäki
Königin der Nacht. Theater Hof 2009 mit L.Nicorescu
Königin der Nacht. Theater Pforzheim 2011
Zaide. Staatstheater Stuttgart 2009 mit H.Kittelmann und M.Tossi
Königin der Nacht. Theater Pforzheim 2011 mit A.Ivanov
Clizia.Teseo.Staatstheater Stuttgart 2009 mit M.Rexroth  Martin Sigmund
Königin der Nacht. Staatstheater Cottbus 2006  M.Kross
Königin der Nacht. Theater Pforzheim 2011
Blaue Fee. Pinocchio. Staatstheater Stuttgart 2010 mit H.Andersen
Königin der Nacht. Theater Hof 2009 mit C.Sun
Zaide. Staatstheater Stuttgart 2009 mit H.Görig
Sonne. Die Grille. Staatstheater Stuttgart 2007 Martin Sigmund
 Clizia.Teseo.Staatstheater Stuttgart 2009 mit J.Böhnert Martin Sigmund
Wühlmaus. Die Grille. Staatstheater Stuttgart 2007 Martin Sigmund