Marina Szudra Soprano
Multidimensional. This is what characterises the soprano Marina Szudra. The strong will to penetrate a score in its entirety is the driving force behind her artistic work. In addition to her vocal intellect, she illuminates her parts both horizontally and vertically. In doing so, the singer constantly changes the backdrop, grasps the historical context, explores the orchestral part, discovers special features and reflects on her own task down to the smallest detail. Her multi-coloured interpretations are the convincing result. Audiences and conductors are impressed by the soprano's bright and clear voice - light in the high register, agile in the low.
This makes her a much sought-after soloist.
The fact that the soprano feels just as much at home in historically informed original sound as in the works of classical and romantic composers is proven time and again in her concert performances on groundbreaking concert stages. In addition, recent concert appearances have taken her to important church music centres such as Regensburg Cathedral, the Himmelfahrtskirche in Munich and the Laeiszhalle in Hamburg.
The singer has performed as a soloist with artists such as Arno Paduch, Regensburg Cathedral conductor Christian Heiß, Frank Löhr, Klaus Geitner and Pia Praetorius.
She is accompanied by leading ensembles such as the Händelfestspielorchester Halle, L'arpa festante, La Banda and Concerto München.
In addition to her numerous solo engagements, she has performed internationally with many renowned orchestras, including the Bavarian Radio Orchestra, the SWR Vokalensemble, the LauttenCompagney Berlin and the Chorwerk Ruhr.
Marina Szudra began her training at the Hochschule für Musik in Detmold, which she completed in 2008 with the 1st state examination in school music. At the University of the Arts in Bremen, she deepened her singing skills with Prof. Gabriele Schreckenbach and Prof. Dr. Katharina Rössner-Stütz and graduated with a diploma in singing. Through continuous collaboration with the Department of Early Music and Prof. Thomas Albert, she also expanded her knowledge in the field of historically informed performance practice. She also received groundbreaking impulses in master classes with Sibylla Rubens, Gemma Bertagnolli and the King's Singers.