Ľudovít Ludha studied singing at Bratislava´s Academy of Performing Arts and has been a solosit with the Slovak National Theatre since 1987. He has excelled as a lyric or spinto tenor both at his home base and abroad. His most successful roles have included Gounod´s Faust and Roméo (Roméo et Juliette), Pinkerton (Madama Butterfly), Verdi’s Alfredo (La Traviata) and Don Carlos, Lensky (Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin), Jeník (Smetana: The Bartered Bride), and Rodolfo (Puccini: La Bohème). He has a wealth of experience with 20th-century opera, including as the Astrologer in Rimsky-Korsakov´s The Golden Cockerel and Aron in Schoenberg´s Moses and Aron. He has to his credit successes at the Salzburg Festival, the Carnegie Hall in New York, Vienna´s Musikverein, and in Munich, Rome, Berlin, Taipei, Sydney and Buenos Aires. He appears with conductors of the stature of Sir Neville Marriner, James Levine, Vladimir Ashkenazy and Charles Dutoit.