Lilla Horti - soprano

Horti Lilla was born in 1992 and already in her childhood she manifested really good skills for music and singing. 

She started her music studies in the Music and Art School of Csongrád, and after she continued in the Music Conservatory of Szeged, where she achieved the Vántus Honor Award as the best student of her promotion.
Later she was admitted in the Franz Liszt Academy of Music of Budapest, where she studied for 2 years with Kertesi Ingrid and Virág Emese. In her final year of Bachelor degree she won the Erasmus scholarship to San Sebastián´s MUSIKENE Institution (Spain), were she worked a year with Ana María Sánchez. She got her second honorary diploma of the Opera Master in the Franz Liszt Academy of Music of Budapest working with Éva Marton and Virág Emese. Nowadays she is finishing her Teacher Master.
She took part in many singing competition, it deserve to be mentioned the VII. National  Jenő Ádám Song Competition where she won 1. prize; the VII. National, II. International József Simándy Singing Competition with 2. prize of 1. age group and other awards, the V. National Professional Singing Competition where she got  1. prize of 2. age group; the József Simándy VIII. National, III. International Singing Competition, where she won the 2. prize of 2. age group and also received divers awards; the 22. Ferrucio Tagliavini International Singing Competition, where she got the 1. prize and the Joan Sutherland Award as the best soprano; and the II. International Marton Éva Competition, where she won the 2. prize and also achieved divers awards. Her talent and her work had been appreciated with other awards as well, like in 2009 the Major’s praise of Csongrád for her prominent artistic activity; and in 2016 the Aris Kupsus Charity Society Scholarship and a special award of the Hungarian Academy of Arts. In 2017 she was awarded with the Junior Prima Prize, and in 2018 with the Cziffra Festival Talent Award.
Horti Lilla performs several concerts and she feels really comfortable performing any kind of style, such as opera, operetta, oratorio or songs.  In the opera world she made her debute as a First Dama in the Magic flute of Mozart in 2015. Her first main role was Mirela from Scaevola, the winner opera of the Bartók Plus Opera Festival in 2017. In the same year she performed Freia from Das Reingold of Wagner in the Wagner Festival of Budapest and made two other main roles as well: she had performed Mimi from La Bohéme of Puccini in the Opera House of Budapest, and Rosalinde from Die Fledermaus of Strauss in the Theater of Pécs.
 

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