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Slavikova, Jolana

Slavikova, Jolana

No. 48

Voice type: Mezzo-soprano

Country: Czech Republic

Date of birth: 11 May, 1991

Mezzo-soprano Jolana Slavikova is an ensemble member of the Staatsoperette Dresden, where she sang Stasi (Die Csárdásfürstin) or Papagena (Die Zauberflöte) among others. Shell be seen there as Prince Orlofsky (Der Fledermaus) or as Suza (Polnische Hochzeit). She was member of Thuringian Opera Studio, where she sang multiple roles among others Zerlina (Don Giovanni) at the Deutsches Nationaltheater Weimar, Vlasta (Die Passagierin) or Clara Schumann (Kuntze’s Geliebtes Klärchen) at the Theater Altenburg Gera. In 2017/2018, she represented Pepa at the “Tiefland” opera of Eugene d’Albert in the Théâtre du Capitol in Toulouse and Musetta at the F. X. Šalda Theater in Liberec in “La Bohéme” of Giacomo Puccini. 

Jolana studied at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main in the class of Hedwig Fassbender and Klesie Kelly-Moog. She received her master’s degree at the Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt Weimar and currently she is being coached by Christina Vasileva. She received further artistic inspiration in master classes with Brigitte Fassbaender (Masterclass NEUE STIMMEN 2018), Enza Ferarri, Rudolf Piernay or Helmut Deutsch. 

She is a holder of a number of awards, including 2nd prize and prize of Thuringian Philharmonic Orchestra at the International vocal competition of Gabriela Benackova in 2021. Jolana is also award winner of the International Summer Academy at the Mozarteum 2019 by Salzburger Festspiele. 

Jolana was recipient of a four-year study scholarship from the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic, then a scholarship from arteMusica Stiftung and Giovanni Omodeo Stiftung. In 2016 she received a DAAD award for foreign students with excellent study results.

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Bizet: L’amour est un oiseau rebelle – Habanera from Carmen 

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Rossini: Una voce poco fa – Rosina’s cavatina from Il barbiere di Siviglia