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    Countess Maritza - Artists

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    Countess Maritza - Artists

    GERGELY BONCSÉR (TASSILO) TENOR
    Born in Hungary. His repertoire includes Edwin in Czardas Princess (Kalman) as well as roles in
    Fidelio (Beethoven), La bohème (Puccini), Faust (Gounod), Otello (Verdi), Yevegny Onegin
    (Tchaikovsky), Salome (R.Strauss) and others.


    BARBARA BORDÁS (MARITZA) SOPRANO
    Born in Hungary. Her repertoire includes Sylva in Czardas Princess (Kalman), Hanna Glawari
    in Die lustige Witwe (Lehar), Ellen in Miss Saigon (Schoenberg), Kathy Selden in Singin’
    in the Rain (Brown) and others.


     

    ZSOLT DÁNIELFY (PRINCE POPULESCU) BARITONE
    Born in Hungary. He works as a theatre, film, operetta and television actor in many companies
    and productions in Hungary. He received the Hungarian Golden Cross and a Csokonai award.


     

    DÁNIEL DINYÉS CONDUCTOR
    Born in Hungary. He graduated from the Franz Liszt Academy of Music. He conducted many
    productions at the Hungarian National Opera as well as at the opera houses of Bárka and Csiky
    Gergely. He received the Vastaps award for his Intro to Opera series at the Katona József Theatre.


    ATTILA DOLHAI (TASSILO) TENOR
    Born in Hungary. His repertoire includes Rudolf in Elisabeth (Lévay), Tony in West Side Story
    (Bernstein), Romeo in Romeo & Juliet (Presgurvic), Chris in Miss Saigon (Schoenberg), Danilo in Die
    lustige Witwe (Lehar), Edwin in Czardas Princess, Radjami in Die Bayadere (Kalman) and others.

     

    MÓNIKA FISCHL (MARITZA) SOPRANO
    Born in Hungary. Her reprtoire includes Sylva in Czardas Princess, the title role in Die Bayadere
    (Kalman), Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus (J. Strauss), the Queen of the Night in Die
    Zauberflöte (Mozart), Norina in Don Pasquale (Donizetti), Violetta in La traviata (Verdi) and
    others. She performed in the opera houses of Budapest, Genova and others.


     

    TAMÁS FÖLDES (PRINCE POPULESCU) BARITONE
    Born in Hungary. His repertoire includes Che in Evita (Lloyd Webber), Valjean in Les
    Miserables, John in Miss Saigon (Schoenberg), Leopold Mozart in Mozart, Crawley in Rebecca
    (Lévay), Father Laurence in Romeo & Juliet (Presgurvic), Cogsworth in Beauty and The
    Beast (Menken) and others.

     

    TÜNDE FRANKÓ (MANJA) SOPRANO
    Born in Hungary. She was the member of the Hungarian State Opera House for many years
    where she performed leading roles in many classical as well as contemporary Hungarian operas.


     

    ÁGNES GYARMATHY SET & COSTUME DESIGNER
    Born in Hungary. She has designed numerous productions for the Hungarian State Opera, the
    Budapest Operetta Theatre as well as for many Hungarian films. She teaches at the Academy of
    Fine Arts in Budapest. She designed the sets for the movie Mephisto directed by Istvan Szabo
    which won the 1981 Oscar for Best Foreign Film.


     

    BORI KÁLLAY (PRINCESS BOZENA) SOPRANO
    Born in Hungary. Her repertoire includes Anhilte in Czardas Princess (Kalman), which she performed
    in Berlin, Baden-Baden, Tel Aviv and others.

     

    AISHA KARDFFY (LISA) SOPRANO
    Born in Hungary. Her repertoire includes Stázi in Czárdás Princess and Lisa in Countess
    Maritza (Kalman).


     

    MIKLÓS-GÁBOR KERÉNYI - KERO® STAGE DIRECTOR
    Born in Hungary. A graduate of the University of Theatre and Film Arts, he has been the head of
    the Budapest Operetta Theatre between 2001 and 2014. He has directed musical, opera and
    operetta performances. His Csárdás Princess (Kalman) was performed in Salzburg and
    Prague, his Countess Maritza (Kalman) in the Vienna Volksoper and his Bayadere (Kalman) in
    St. Petersburg. He was awarded the prestigious Kossuth Award in 2008.


    MIKLÓS -MÁTÉ KERÉNYI ( I S T VÁN LIEBENBERG) TENOR
    Born in Hungary. His reprtoire includes

    Thuy in Miss Saigon (Schoenberg), Benvolio in
    Romeo & Juliet (Presgurvic), Cosmo Brown in Singin’ in the Rain (Brown), as well as roles
    in Die lustige Witwe (Lehar) and others.


     

    JENŐ LŐCSEI CHOREOGRAPHER
    Born in Hungary. He is a dancer and choreographer. He was a soloist at the Hungarian
    State Opera Ballet, the Vienna Staatsoper Ballet, the Norwegian National Ballet and the West
    Berlin Deutsche Oper Ballet. He has created the choreography for Die Bayadere (Kalman),
    Die lustige Witwe (Lehar), Die Fledermaus (J. Strauss) as well as several musicals.


     

    LÁSZLÓ MAKLÁRY CONDUCTOR AND MUSICAL DIRECTOR
    Born in Hungary. Having graduated form the Ferenc Liszt University of Music, he studied with
    Karajan and learned from Leonard Bernstein during the course of his studies abroad. In 1976, he
    became the Music Director of the Madách theatre, becoming the Budapest Operetta Theatre’s Music
    Director in 1979. His most notable productions include Rigoletto (Verdi), Madama Butterfly
    (Puccini), The Csárdás Princess (Kalman) and Land das Lächelns (Lehar).


     

    GÁBOR MELIS (TSCHEKKO) ACTOR
    Born in Hungary. He worked in a number of major Hungarian companies, including the
    National Theatres of Szeged, Pécs, Debrecen and Miskolc. He also works as a television actor.


     

    KÁROLY PELLER (ISTVÁN LIEBENBERG) BARITONE
    Born in Hungary. His repertoire includes Boni in Czardas Princess (Kalman), Orlofsky in Die
    Fledermaus (J. Strauss), Bobinet in La Vie Parisienne (Offenbach), Njegus in Die lustige
    Witwe (Lehar) and others.


     

    GÁBOR DÉZSY SZABÓ (KUDELKA) BARITONE
    Born in Hungary. His repertoire includes Frosch in Die Fledermaus (J. Strauss), Bogdanowitsch in Die
    lustige Witwe (Lehar), Riff in West Side Story (Bernstein), Count Arco in Mozart (Lévay), Diction
    Coach in Singin’ in the Rain (Brown) and others.


     

    SZILVI SZENDY (LISA) SOPRANO
    Born in Hungary. Her repertoire includes Olga in Die lustige Witwe, Mi in Land das
    Lächelns (Lehar), Lisa in Grafin Mariza, Stasi in Czardas Princess (Kalman), Metella in La Vie
    Parisienne (Offenbach) and others.


    ZSOLT VADÁSZ (TASSILO) TENOR
    Born in Hungary. His reprtoire includes Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly (Puccini), the title role
    in Les Contes d’Hoffmann (Offenbach), Alfredo in la traviata (Verdi) and roles in
    La Vie Parisienne (Offenbach), Die lustige Witwe (Lehar), Czardas Princess (Kalman),
    Die Fledermaus (J.Strauss) and others.

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