Anna Patrys soprano

Anna Patrys

Born in 1981. Jelenia Gora - Poland. She graduated the State School of Music of I degree in Jelenia Gora in the violin class, and then studied at the Music School of second degree in solo singing class under the direction of Wroclaw Opera soloist Jack Jaskuła; while taking part in master classes conducted by George Artysz and Henryka Januszewska-Stanczyk. She studied at the Music Academy in Katowice, the Faculty of vocal and acting in the vocal class of prof. Henryka Januszewska-Stanczyk. With love Anna Patrys occurs mainly as a oratorio and cantata singer, and propagator of contemporary music. Due to the relatively broad-scale and very functional voice she sing both parties mezzosoprano & soprano and sometimes a alto part as well. She is a finalist of the Fr. Platówna National Vocal Competition - Wroclav,Poland (2000) and won the first special award at the National Slavic Vocal Music Competition (2001). In 2000-2002 she worked intensively with the Authority for Promotion and Dissemination of Music SILESIA and giving many concerts in the land of Silesia. She debuted as Dido in opera "Dido and Aeneas"by Purcell played at the Days of Vocal Music in Katovitz in 2002. Shee has also the role of Marzelina and Cherubino in the opera "The Marriage of Figaro" by WA Mozart (Katovitz 2004) and the role of Leuta in the computer opera by Krupowicz Stanislaus "Europe" by W. Blake novels' at Warsaw Autumn Festival. This Opera is a live recording from 47.International Warsaw Autumn Festival. In yeares 2004-2008 was a solist of the Katowice City Singers' Ensemble Camerata Silesia. As a soloist she performed at such festivals as The Warsaw Autumn, Musica Polonica Nova, Narol Baroc Festival, International Festival of Sacred Music "Gaude Mater, Israel-Rishon Lezion International Spring Festival, The Festival of G.G.Gorczycki, Festival of Paweł Szymańsk- published on DVD. At the Premiere Music Festival organized by the Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katovitz "Poland Latest Music" in 2005 and 2007, three times she appeared as a soloist. Other festivals Mikolov Music Days, Wratislavia Cantans, Alkagran Autumn Music Festival, New Music Festival, International Chopin Festival, Schleswig - Holstein-Musikfestival, Festival Prague Music, Polish Music Festival Krakow, Bydgoszcz Music Festival. Young soprano also sang in Paris at the Economic Forum. Singer collaborates with the Foundation for Silesia in music projects - Mozart Gala[Mozart 2006], Rossini Gala, in which she sang already 3 great concerts. Twice, she performed "Trois poèmes d'Henri Michaux" (solo alt.) by Lutosławski. First, to the accompaniment of musicians from the Ensemble "Musicatreise" from Marseilles in Paris- St-Louis des Invalides, and then accompanied by the Belgian National Orchestra at the Palais des Beaux- Arts in Brussels. About the interpretative skills and the wide range of repertoire, listeners of Polish Radio and foreign stations have learned more than once.Most of the festival concerts in which she played was paid directly or retransmitted. Particularly important are the live issues for the European Radio Union.In yeares 2005 -2008 Anna Patrys recorded opera Camille Saint-Saëns' Samson and Delilah "for the Dutch Association Opera Spanga, "Requiem" by Roman Palester, premiere of 5th Boguslaw Schaeffer's Piano Concerto for choir of soloists and solo piano, album "Silence Night & Dreams by Zbigniew Preisner and the recording of awarded in 2007 EMMY AWARD soundtrack to produced by BBC movie: "Holocaust. A music memorial film from Auschwitz." She performed also the solo part in Ein Deutsches Requiem by J. Brahms, "Requiem for my friend" by Preisner, AuditionV (World Premiere) by Krzanowski and appeared on one of the greatest music festivals in Europe: The Summerfestival on Lake Constance in Bregenz - Austria, where she take part in such projects as TOSCA - Puccini, SOLOMON - Haendel, Aleksander Newskij - Prokofiev, KALR V - Krenek. Anna Patrys worked with such conductors as: Krzysztof Penderecki, Peter Hirsch, David Lee, Lawrence Foster, Christopher Lyndon-Gee, Ulf Schirmer, Lothar Koenigs, Chris Moulds, Carlo Rizzi, Frank Strobel, David Claessen, Miroslaw Jacek Blaszczyk, Marek Moś, Wladyslaw Kłosiewicz, Kazimierz Kord, Wojciech Michniewski , Margaret Kaniowska, Sebastian Perłowski, Lukasz Borowicz, Bohdan Jarmołowicz, Wojciech Czepiel;