Emöke Baráth | soprano

The Hungarian soprano Emöke Baráth (1985) sings since she was eighteen. Before that she played the piano and the harp. She studied at the Liszt Academy in Budapest and the Luigi Cherubini Conservatory in Florence. Handel and Bach play a major role in Emöke Baráth’s repertoire.

Emöke Bárath is a sought-after opera singer. She has played leading roles in numerous operas by Monteverdi, Handel, Cavalli, Mozart, Verdi and other composers. She also sang cantatas and masses by Bach, as she did at the festival of Beaune conducted by Andreas Scholl, and the St Matthews Passion at the festival of Chaise-Dieu. She performs frequently in famous venues, often in Hungary and France, but also outside Europe.

Emöke Baráth won several prizes, including in 2011 the first prize in the second edition of the Concours d’opéra baroque in Innsbruck and the Prix Junior Prima Primissima in Hungary.



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