Lenka Pavlovič found her way to music through Stanislava Blažíčková with whom she took voice lessons for seven years at the music school in Třeboň. Under her tutelage she won several prizes at national and international vocal competitions. Her studies then took her to Eva Malatincová at the Church Conservatory in Bratislava. In the puppet theater there she played the role of Gretel in Humperdinck’s opera Hansel and Gretel, as well as the character of Morgana in Handel’s Alcina. Here she also completed a specialization in operetta for which she studied the role of Adele in Strauss’ Die Fledermaus. In 2009 she was accepted into the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague and immediately took part in performances of Bohislav Martinů (The Wedding) and Leoš Janáček (Diary of One who disappeared). In 2011, in the context of the Erasmus Program, she completed study with Julie Conwell at the Vienna Private University. In the same year she reached the finals of the International Antonín Dvořák Vocal Competition in Carlsbad where she won the Beno Blachut Prize as well as the Smetana Center Prize for her interpretation of the Barče aria. She regularly represents the musical faculty on Czech as well as international stages with a repertory from all musical periods, from the Baroque to the music of the 20th century. Her main emphasis in her repertory is on the songs of Mozart, Schubert, Dvořák, Mahler and Strauss. In 2012 she performed under the direction of the Prague National Theater soloist Vladimír Doležal at the Academy for Performing Arts the title role in the opera Romeo and Julia by G. A. Benda and was admitted into the Master’s Program. At present she is preparing for her debut at the F. X. Šalda Theater in Liberec where in February 2013 she has performed the role of Adele in Die Fledermaus.
Update: September 2013