Éva Marton masterclass
Opera House | 10:00-10:00
This multi-faceted vocal artist considers Wagner to be one of her most important composers. She has sung Wagnerian
heroines throughout her entire career and on many stages around the world. As well as spanning a broad range of operatic
works, her repertoire also includes different roles within the same work. Éva Marton, upon completing her teaching
mandate at the music academy, will be holding her first class at the Opera house, where she also serves as principal artistic
consultant. The class will take place in the Bertalan Székely Hall and be free of charge for both Hungarian and foreign
singers and students at the music academy. Ms. Márton reserves the right to screen students wishing to take the class.
The course will finish with a public concert on the final afternoon.
Accompanying pianist Szabolcs Sándor
Opera House, Bertalan Székely Hall, Sept 16-20, 2013