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Mariza Anastasiades soprano

The rich and multidimensional repertoire of the distinguished Cypriot soprano Mariza Anastasiades extends from the Middle Ages to the Modern Era.

Her resume includes important collaborations with conductors and artists from Europe and America.

In September 2021, as part of the Cyprus International Festival, she performed the leading role of Bonadea in the contemporary opera "Argos Sidiros" by Andis Scordis, with the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of conductor Zoe Tsokanou.

Ms. Anastasiades has performed important roles from the operatic repertoire. Some of them are: the role of Contessa from the opera "Le Nozze di Figaro" by W.A.Mozart at the Greek Opera Festival in 2017, the role of Lauretta in the opera "Gianni Schicchi" by G. Puccini with the Varna International Orchestra under the direction by conductor Gregory Buchalter, the leading role of Dido in the opera "Dido and Aeneas" by Henry Purcell and the role of the Mother from the Opera "Amahl and the Night Visitors", in a Kyrenia Opera production, held in Vienna in December 2021.

In November 2022 she had her first collaboration with conductor Günter Neuhold in a concert of Czech repertoire together with the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra. In 2018 she participated in a gala concert with the orchestra of the Prague State Opera conducted by Richard Hein, as part of the Prague Opernfest with the Pilsen Philharmonic Orchestra. She has also collaborated with the Danube Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Andreas Déak in a series of concerts at the Danube Palace Concert Hall, as well as with conductor Pál Németh and the Savaria Baroque Orchestra in Budapest.

Mrs. Anastasiades has received awards in Pan-European and International Singing Competitions. Her major honors include, among others, First Prize at the Concours de musique du Canada Section Mauricie et Center du Québec in June 2021 and Grand Prix at the Stojan Stojanov-Gančev Singing Competition.

Ms. Anastasiades' upcoming performances include her Netherlands debut in March 2024, with recitals in The Hague and Amsterdam. In April 2024, together with the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra she will be part of W. A. Mozart's Requiem for two concerts in Nicosia and Limassol. On July 2024 Ms. Anastasiades will have the role of Donna Elvira in the opera "Don Giovanni" at the Vienna Opera Festival, and the role of Maria Callas in a production by Cypriot Paul Lambis that will take place in New York, London and Cyprus.

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