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Lenka Pavlovič

Soprano Lenka Pavlovič found her way to music through Stanislava Blažíčková with whom she took voice lessons for seven years at the music school in Treboň, South Bohemia. Her studies then took her to Eva Malatincová at the Church Conservatory in Bratislava. During her studies she sang the roles of Gretel (Humperdinck: Hansel and Gretel) and Morgana (Handel: Alcina) at the Bratislava Puppet Theatre. In 2009–2014 she studied at the Prague Academy of Music from which she graduated under the direction of Vladimír Doležal. She furthered her training with the American soprano Julie Conwell in Vienna. Lenka Pavlovič took part in numerous international competitions including Hans Gabor Belvedere, Neue Stimmen, Hilde Zadek and Antonín Dvořák International Singing Competition in Karlovy Vary, in which she won several prizes. In 2009, she guest appeared at the DISK Theatre (Prague) as Dunyashka (Martinů:The Marriage) and Kamila Urválková in the staged version of Janáček’s The Diary of One Who Disappeared at the ALFA Theater (Prague). In 2012, she sang Julie (J.A. Benda: Romeo und Julie) and in 2013, Adele (J. Strauss: Die Fledermaus) at the F.X. Šalda Theatre in Liberec where she also created the Kitchen Boy and the First Water Nymph (Dvořák: Rusalka) and Wanda (Nedbal: The Polish Blood). Likewise in 2013, she appeared as Wally (J. Strauss: Thousand and One Nights) at the Silesian Theatre in Opava. In January 2014, she debuted on the stage of the Prague State Opera as the Young Shepherd (Wagner: Tannhäuser) and in August 2014, she sang Zerlina (Mozart: Don Giovanni) at the Summer Festival at Kirchstetten Castle in Austria. In 2014/2015 season, her engagements include the role of the Slave (Strauss: Salome) at the Prague State Opera, Papagena (Mozart: Die Zauberflöte) at the Prague Estate Theatre, Anastasia (Kálmán: The Gypsy Princess) at the J.K. Tyl Theatre in Plzeň and Norina (Donizetti: Don Pasquale) at the F.X. Šalda Theatre in Liberec.


Update: September 2014

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Lenka Pavlovič appears in productions

SEASON 2014/2015

Complete Ensemble of The National Theatre Opera