The Argentinian - Slovakian soprano studied singing and piano, she eventually graduated as “Music Teacher" and "Singing Teacher” at the Academy of Music Arts in Buenos Aires.

She has regularly concerted as a soloist with both piano and orchestral accompaniment at the main halls of the Province of Buenos Aires as well as in different Argentinean cities. She has never stopped studying, taking various courses such as: “Composition and Counterpoint”, “History of the opera”, “Scenic Art and Corporal Knowledge”, “Chamber Music”, “Opera Workshop”, “Antique Music Performance”, “Repertoire”, etc. She also appeared in numerous private concerts as well as in radio and TV programs.

She has attended classes of such prestigeous artists as Prof. Vlasta Hudecova, Marcelo Alvarez, Peter Dvorsky, Prof. Eva Blahová, Prof. Gabriele Lechner, etc.

As a performer, she sung with the Bratislava Ladies'chamber Orchestra, ViennaTechnical University Orchestra, Vienna String Chamber Orchestra, Pressbaum Orchestra, Summer Music Festival TrenĨianske Teplice, Old Town Summer Festival Bratislava, International Festival Musica Sacra Nitra,  International Theatre and Opera Summer Festival Zvolen, United Nations Vienna, Altes Rathaus Vienna, International Festival Tamaulipas Mexico, Slovak National Radio Orchestra, Slovak Sinfonietta, Bratislava Symphony Orchestra, Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic, Zyklus Frauen Café Braunau , Festival des Spittelberg Theaters Wien, International Choir Festival Voce Magna, International Music Festival Las Palmas - Gran Canaria, Metropolitny Orchester Bratislava, The State Philharmonic Orchestra Kosice, State Opera of Banska Bystrica, Moravian Theatre Olomouc, National Theatre Brno.

She also played the following roles: II Wood-sprite - A. Dvorak’s Rusalka; Mrs Nolan from the Gian Carlo Menotti’s opera The Medium; Nedda - I Pagliacci by Ruggero Leoncavallo; Contessa - Le Nozze di Figaro by W.A Mozart;  Arminda - La Finta giardiniera from W.A.Mozart; Bastienne - „Bastien und Bastienne“ by W.A.Mozart; Lucia from the opera Mateo by Martin Palmeri; Tatyana - Eugen Onegin by P.I.Tchaikovsky; Maria Grimaldi - Simon Boccanegra by G. Verdi; Elisabetta - Don Carlo by G. Verdi, etc.

Ana Carolina's repertoire ranges from opera, operetta, chamber, sacred and symphonic choral music, and zarzuela. From the year 2015 the Argentinean tango forms part of her repertoire with Camerata Tango.

Special Mentions & Awards:

Special prize for the best interpretation  at the international singing competition Belvedere, 2000.

Special recognition at the International Singing Competition Neue Stimme, 2000.

International scholarship of the Ministry of Education of the Slovak Republic  for Magister artium (Mag. art.) studies at the Academy of Fine Arts, Banska Bystrica, Slovakia. After her musical formation in Argentine, she won an international prize by the Slovak Government to study with a scholarship a Master degree at the Academy of Performing Arts in Banska Bystrica. She finished the Master degree on Singing with highest honors, 2001.

International scholarship of the Ministry of Education of the Slovak Republic for Ph. Dr. studies in Musicology at the Faculty of Philosophy of Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia, 2005.

Special mention of the Slovak Ministry of Culture. In 2008 she received a special recognition from the Slovak Ministry of Culture as "The best representative Artist" of the country, to which belong the most successful artists of the Slovak Republic, 2008.




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