Szilvia Schranz

Hungarian-born coloratura soprano Szilvia Schranz's voice has been called "breathtakingly perfect" and "expressive and pure". Even in the very early stages of her voice training, world-renowned pianist Andrįs Schiff recognized that the young soprano had "something special to say".

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 a talented young coloratura soprano to watch...


"Una voce poco fa, from Rossini's "The Barber of Seville" was exquisite. her secure, sweet, precise coloratura runs were ravishing. -

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