Biography

 

The dramatic soprano Lilla Galyas-Orosz was born in Miskolc (Hungary).

She studied at the Béla Bartók Institute of Miskole University in the class of Prof. Judit Németh, and was awarded a Diploma of Teaching with distinction at the Szechenyi Istvan University in Györ.

 

During her studies she won many awards as soloist with the Béla Bartók Music Institute choir, including the Special Prize at the German Choir Competition 2002, as well as the First Prize at the Györ Music Institute Competition in 2003 and 2005.

 

From 2006 Lilla Galyas-Orosz studied solo voice under Prof. László Polgár and Prof. Cornelia Kallisch, as well as song arrangement with Prof. Hartmut Höll at the Zurich School of Arts. In 2009, she completed her Konzertdiplom with distinction.

From 2010 she studied with Prof. Barbara Locher at the Lucerne School of Music, where she succeed in attaining a Soloist’s Diploma.

 

She has attended masterclasses with renowned singers such as Anna Reynolds, Prof. Elisabeth Glauser, Julianne Banse, and Prof. Margaret Honig. In 2012, she won the swiss Richard Wagner Society scholarship. She was engaged as guest artist at the Lucerne Theatre, and has sung in the Hamburg Opera under the direction of Thomas Hengelbrock.

 

Between 2005 and 2011 Lilla Galyas-Orosz was active as soloist at the Sárospatak Oratorium Academy for Conductors and Choirmasters.

Her engagements in Germany, Italy, Hungary and Switzerland include recitals, oratorios and operas.