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Aleksandra Zamojska

The Polish soprano Aleksandra Zamojska studied at the Cracow Music Academy and at the Salzburg Mozarteum with Lilian Sukis and Breda Zakotnik.

Her first engagements brought the young Aleksandra Zamojska to French theatres such as Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris and to the opera houses in Montpellier and Perpignan. She gave her Queen of the Night debut at RuhrTriennale under the conductor Marc Minkowski.

Among her other performances are those at Palais Garnier in the role of Amor in Gluck’s opera Orpheus and Eurydice. She also sang at the Opéra Bastille Zerina in the famous Michael Haneke’s production of Don Giovanni.
Her concert appearances include Beethoven’s Christus am Ölberge, Schönberg’s Die Jakobsleiter with the Deutsches Symphonie Orchester Berlin under the conductor Kent Nagano.

In 2004 she gave her debut at the Salzburg Festival in Richard Strauss’ Der Rosenkavalier.
The season 2007/08 includes her first role as Aspasia in the Mozart’s opera Mitridate at the Theater Aachen, Germany.

In December 2009 Aleksandra performed in the world premiere of Peter Bannister’s Et iterum venturus est under John Nelson at the Messiaen Festival in Paris, which then led her to tour France with Richard Strauss’ Vier letzte Lieder. At the moment she is recording Haydn’s Armida with Sir Norrington for the Deutsche Gramophon. Aleksandra Zamojska often collaborates with conductor Martin Haselböck and has appeared under his lead at various cities around Europe. Among her other achievements it is important to mention her participation in the project The Infernal Comedy with John Malkovich and Martin Haselböck.
Hossam Mahmoud

In May 2011 Aleksandra performed in Händel´s the Semele Walk of Ludger Engels couture of Vivienne Westwood Model at the KunstFestSpiele Herrenhausen.

Since fall 2011 she started working with the Theater Freiburg and sang as Pamina in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart´s Die Zauberflöte, as Gilda in Giuseppe Verdi´s Rigoletto and as Almirena in George Frideric Handel´s Rinaldo.