Hungarian-born coloratura soprano Szilvia Schranz's voice has been called "breathtakingly perfect" and "expressive and pure".
Today, Ms. Schranz is captivating audiences across America and Europe with her emotive performances and beautifully clear upper ranges, and is increasingly being recognized as an up and coming coloratura soprano.
Ms. Schranz was born in Budapest, Hungary into a family of musicians who immigrated to Boulder, Colorado where she later attended university.
She has appeared many times with the London Chamber Soloists, including solo performances of Mahler's Des Knaben Wunderhorn at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, as well as in Mozart's Requiem and Haydn's Creation at St. Martin in the Fields. She has also performed with the Takács and Columbine String Quartets and has collaborated with such outstanding musicians as pianist Vanessa Perez, harpsichordist Kenneth Hamrick, flautists Judith Pearce and Ileana Ruhemann and composers Suzanne Farrin, Su Lian Tan, Huw Watkins and Sebastian Zubieta, among numerous others.
She received her Master of Music degree from Manhattan School of Music in New York and is expanding her career as a soloist and opera singer from her home in Manhattan.
Ms. Schranz was most recently heard in Britten?s Les Illuminations with the MAV Symphony Orchestra in Budapest, under the baton of world-renowned musician Gabor Takacs-Nagy. Upcoming performances include; Pergolesi?s Salve Regina with the Boulder Chamber Orchestra, Beethoven?s 9th Symphony with the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra in Colorado and the role of the Queen of the Night in Mozart?s Magic Flute with the Hungarian National Opera House in Budapest.