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23-25/10/2014

photo Józef Horbik
Galleryphoto Józef Horbik

Ewa Vesin – soprano. Singer and pedagogue. She began her singing career as a student with a debut on the stage at the Wroclaw Opera performing in "The Magic Flute" by W.A. Mozart (2003). She studied at the Music Academy in Krakow and in Wroclaw. Since 2010 she has been a vocal teacher at the Academy of Music in Wroclaw.

Ewa Vesin will perform with Adam Banaszak and L’AUTUNNO CHAMBER ORCHESTRA and ADAM MICKIEWICZ UNIVERSITY CHOIR, 25.10.2014, 20:30, THE CHURCH OO. DOMINICAN IN POZNAN. ADMISSION: free admission ticket.

 

The winner of the Special Prize and Scholarship of Ministry of Culture and National Heritage (2007). Awarded with the "Gloria Artis" Bronze Medal (2010). Honored with the nomination of Theatre Award for the Golden Mask in the Silesia province for the year 2012 in the category of "vocal and acting role" for the role of Floria Tosca in the play "Tosca" by G. Puccini, directed by Tadeusz Bradecki at the Silesian Opera in Bytom. With passion performs both: opera and symphonic music. Repeatedly Ewa Vesin has sung leading roles in such works as: Halka (S. Moniuszko), Otello (G.Verdi), “The Magic Flute” (WA Mozart), “Carmen” (G. Bizet), “The Bat” (J. Strauss), “Tales of Hoffman” (J. Offenbach), “Don Carlos” (G. Verdi), “Troubadour” (G. Verdi), “Tosca” (G. Puccini), “Valkyrie” (R. Wagner) and others. She toured in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. She performed for the Duchess and Duke of Luxembourg during the Opera Festival, creating the title role of Carmen (by G. Bizet). In 2005, invited by R. Wagner grandson, Wolfgang Wagner, to participate in the Bayreuther Festspiele Haus audition.

Ewa Vesin has participated in numerous festivals, including: Viva il Canto, Vratislavia Cantans International Wagner Festival, Musica Polonica Nova, International Festival in Brno. She works with the Krakow Opera, the Silesian Opera, Podlasie Opera; with philharmonics: Wroclaw, Podlasie, Olsztyn and Zielona Góra, Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra of Polish Radio in Warsaw, National Philharmonic in Warsaw, where she made her debut in the inaugural concert of the season 2013/2014, the National Philharmonic in Beijing, where she performed Krzysztof Penderecki's Symphony no. 8 under the baton of the composer. In November 2013 during the Krzysztof Penderecki Festival to mark and celebrate the 80th birthday anniversary of the composer, Ewa Vesin performed at the Grand Theatre-National Opera in Warsaw, performing "Credo" by Krzysztof Penderecki with the accompaniment of the Sinfonia Varsovia under the baton of Valery Gergiev. 
In the years 2003-2012 Vesin was a soloist at the Wrocław Opera, from 2013 is a soloist at the Grand Theatre in Lodz.

Cooperation with renowned conductors: Krzysztof Penderecki, Jacek Kaspszyk, Valery Gergiev, Alexander Liebreich, Tadeusz Strugała, Łukasz Borowicz, Michael Klauza, Tadeusz Kozłowski, Tadeusz Serafin, Marek Pijarowski, Wojciech Rodek and directors: Hans-Peter Lehman, Waldemar Zawodzinski, Roberto Skolmowski Marek Weiss-Grzesiński, Laco Adamik, Michal Znaniecki, Tadeusz Bradecki.

The real discovery of the Krynica festival was a singer who has already made many appearances at Polish opera houses,” writes Sławomir Pietras. “Her name is Ewa Vesin. She is a young, comely Pole who knows how to move on stage. Dark and electrifying, her voice is what Maria Callas called the spinto d'agilita soprano, having herself in mind. Vesin sang “Vissi d’arte” from Tosca and Cavaradossi duet at the Castel Sant'Angelo with gusto and, at the same time, with discipline and imagination. She was a delight to watch and hear.

Her performance was also reviewed by Agnieszka Malatyńska-Stankiewicz:
Among ladies, it was Ewa Vesin who stole the evening, not only because Sławomir Pietras compared her voice and way of singing to that of Maria Callas. An unusual artist, Ewa Vesin moved the audience with her interpretations, eliciting enthusiastic cheers and massive applause. Her performances of “Vissi d’arte” from Tosca and “Sola, perduta, abbandonata” from Manon Lescaut are hard to forget.

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