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Soprano

Ania Jeruc

"The timbre of the voice is pearly, almost Gheorghiu like [...] But above all, she's incredibly moving..." - The Telegraph

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Grzegorz Nowak, Conductor
David Pountney, Stage Director

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Grzegorz Nowak, Conductor
David Pountney, Stage Director

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Verdi-I due Foscari-Lucrezia Contarini
Heidenheim Festspiele

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Biography Highlights

Current and Future Engagements

Elvira Ernani and Helena in Le duc d'Albe  for Opera Vlaanderen, Anna Nabucco at the Zurich Opera, CD recording of I lombardi and I due foscari for Coviello Classics, Giselda I Lombardi Heidenheim Festspiele, Violetta La Traviata for Opera North, Hanna in Moniuszko's Haunted Manor, Mathilde at the Polish National Opera's production of Guillaume Tell directed by David Pountney.

Recent Engagements

Violetta La Traviata at the Wexford Opera Festival and Dorset Opera Festival (directed by Sir Jonathan Miller), Helena Jerusalem  Theatre Freiburg, Donna Elvira Don Giovanni for English Touring Opera, Swedish debut as Violetta La Traviata for Opera på Skäret Festival, and gala concerts with the Swedish Chamber Orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall, gala concerts for Wexford Opera Festival in the National Concert Hall in Dublin.

Portraits

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Guillaume Tell

Mathilde' aria "Sombre forêt"

Guillaume Tell

Mathilde' aria "Sombre forêt"

La Traviata

Violetta' aria "Ah! fors e lui che l'anima"

La Traviata

Violetta' aria "Ah! fors e lui che l'anima"

Discography

Publications

Verdi: I Lombardi

Oper in 4 Akten

Reviews & Press

Verdi - I Lombardi - CD recording

the great star of the performance is Polish soprano Ania Jeruc as Giselda. This is a big role with many opportunities to expose the talent of a good lirico-spinto – and she does so with knobs on. Her first solo, the beautiful Salve Maria in the first act (CD 1 tr. 12) is sung with great feeling and beauty of tone. There is some minimal unsteadiness but this is negligible considering how well she sings. And she grows throughout the performance. Just listen to O madre, dal cielo (CD 1 tr. 25) and even better in the final act Quel prodigio (CD 2 tr. 10). This is glorious singing that should appeal to any admirer of great singing!

- Göran Forsling , MusicWeb

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