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Barbora Perná

Guest of the Opera

Barbora Perná belongs to the best Czech current singing talents. She graduated from the Prague Conservatory in the class of professor Jiřina Marková – Krystlíková. She has continued with prof. Magdaléna Hajóssyová at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. During her studies, Barbora already appeared as a guest in Moravian Silesian National Theatre in Ostrava as Arsinda in Il Cavaliere errante, as Barberina in The Marriage of Figaro and as Sophie in Werher. In Pilsen she was granted the role of Musetta in La boheme and Terinka in The Jacobin. As sixteen old she attended singing courses in Riva del Garda with Mieta Sighele and Veriano Luchetti. As a soloist of the Children's Opera Prague she performed at EXPO 2005 in Aichi, Japan, and appeared also in Bayreuth, Vienna and Bastille Opera House in Paris. She is a holder of numerous first places on both domestic and international competitions (such as Prague Singer, Dušek's Competition of the Musical Youth, Conservatory Show). In International A. Dvořák Vocal Contest she received a honourable mention and Jarmila Novotná award in keen international competition in 2006. In 2009 she became the Grand Prix winner at Prague Singer Competition. In 2010 she took part in two important international competitions – Juventus Canti in Vráble, Slovakia, where she was awarded the first prize in the category under 30 and Jury granted her a Special Prize for Interpretation. Her last and greatest success is winning the International A. Dvořák Vocal Contest in Carlsbad in Nobember 2010. Besides the first prize she also received number of other acknowledgements: National Theatre Prize, State Opera Prague Prize, Voice Centre Prize, Galerie Miro Prize, František Drs Award, and Foundation Fund for Yourng Artists Prize of Antonín Dvořák and Jarmila Novotná Prize. Update: June 2015

Barbora Perná appears in events


  • 28. 10. 2015, 17:00


  • 07. 11. 2015, 19:00


  • 15. 12. 2015, 19:00

Barbora Perná appears in productions

SEASON 2014/2015

SEASON 2015/2016

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