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Anna Cymmerman is a Polish operatic soprano. She studied at the Academy of Music in Łódź where she majored in Vocal Acting and Performance and graduated with honors in June, 2000. While a student, she debuted as a soloist in the Grand Theatre, Łódź. There, she performed in Polish as Blanche in Poulenc's directed by Christopher Kelm. Her performance was appreciated both by critics and viewers. She won a competition whose judges included Dialogues of the Carmelites Ewa Podleś and Andrzej Drabowicz. She has since performed in opera productions in Austria, Denmark, Holland, and Germany. Her performance in Karol Szymanowski's at Chicago's International Music Theater was considered a great success. Stabat Mater
Cymmerman's repertoire of leading roles includes Elvira in Verdi's
; the Second Lady in Mozart's Ernani (touring to Germany, Denmark, Netherlands, Belgium); Corinna in Rossini's The Magic Flute for the Polish National Opera, the Il viaggio a Reims Grand Theatre, Warsaw; Neddy in Leoncavallo's (Grand Theatre); Margaret in Gounod's Pagliacci for the Faust Baltic State Opera in Gdańsk, the title role in the Polish premiere of Cilea's (Grand Theatre), the Countess in Mozart's Adriana Lecouvreur and the title role in The Marriage of Figaro Stanisław Moniuszko's . In the lighter repertoire, her roles include Sylva in Kálmán's The Countess , Hanna Glawari in Lehár's Die Csárdásfürstin , Rosalinde in Strauss' The Merry Widow , the Widow in Kander's Die Fledermaus , and Clara in Gershwin's Zorba . Porgy and Bess
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