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Repertoire

Entire list of Pavla Vykopalova's roles and performances. See more

L Janáček | Káťa

Pavla studied the role of Janacek´s Kata Kabanova on the occasion of Janacek´s Inter­national Theatre and Music Festival Janacek Brno 2016, under the leadership of the stage director Robert Carsen. See more

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A new reviews, articles and multimedia files from newspapers, magazines and the Internet. See more.

Prague State Opera

  • Giuseppe Verdi | Otello (Desdemona) | conductor H. M. Förster | stage director Dominik Neuner | entry into the production 25 August 2010
  • W. A. Mozart | Cosi fan tutte (Fiordiligi) | conductor R. Jindra, J. Chalupecký | stage director M. Čičvák | entry into the production 25 May 2012

Brno National Theatre

  • Georges Bizet | Carmen (Micaela) | conductor Jakub Klecker | stage director Ladislav Štros | entry into the production 10 March 2012
  • W. A. Mozart | Don Giovanni (Donna Elvira) | conductors Peter Feranec and Ondrej Olos | stage director Bruno Berger Gorski | entry into the production 3 March 2013

Národní divadlo Praha

  • W. A. Mozart | Don Giovanni (Donna Elvira) | conductors Tomáš Netopil and Jan Chalupecký | stage directors Martin Kukučka and Lukáš Trpišovský (SKUTR) | opening 19 May 2013

Reviews: concerts

„The evening started on a calmer note with a deft rendering of Ravel’s Schehe­razade song cycle. Full-bodied yet beautifully transparent, the piece was an engaging showcase for singer Pavla Vykopalová, with Inbal layering subtle shadings and warm tones to complement her dusky soprano. A regular on the National Theater and State opera stages, Vykopalová has a rich, round voice with no sharp edges, even in the upper registers, that drew generous applause from the musicians as well.“

Leonard Bernstein, Kaddish, Czech Philharmonic, Prague | Pragueculture blogspot | 10 June 2012

„Pavla Vykopalová, permanent member of the National Theatre in Brno and a regular guest at the National Theatre Prague, sang the soprano part with a beautiful, strong and moving voice, vibrant high notes and emotionally convincing interpretation. She was able to always dominate in a transparent, yet never superficial way, to float brilliantly above everything, especially above the very strong chorus and orchestra, and whenever required by the score, the soprano joined the collective sound in a very adequate way. All in all, it was her performance that was the peak of the concert.“

//Antonín Dvořák, Te Deum, Semperoper, Dresden | www.der-neue-merker.eu | 3 May 2011 //

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