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James Wierzbicki

revised by Jonas Westover

the Stuttgart RO and the Bavarian RO. In 1980 she won the Naumburg International Voice Competition, and the following year she made her opera debut as Mimì with Opera St. Paul (Minnesota), in addition to giving her first recitals at Lincoln Center and the Kennedy Center; since then she has been increasingly active as a recitalist. Gubrud’s wide expressive range and sure technique allow her to meet the demands of music from all periods. She has recorded widely on a variety of labels and has been a regular participant in the Aspen, Blossom, and Meadowbrook festivals

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Lana Paćuka

to appear in renowned opera houses across Western Europe, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, and the USA. She cooperated with prominent conductors such as Lovro Matečić, Milan Horvat, Oskar Danon, Leopold Hager, Zubin Mehta, and Robert Stanovski. She has been praised by music critics for her refined technique and musicality. She has been the recipient of several awards and recognitions, particularly for the role of Mařenka in the opera The Bartered Bride (B. Smetana), and in her performances of Janaček’s music (Prague, 1978 ). She recorded for all major broadcasting companies