Maria Celeng

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General Information

  • Last name:Celeng
  • First name:Maria
  • Nationality:Slovakia
  • Tessitura:Soprano

Agenda Professionnel


the 23 of April, 2020

the 25 of April, 2020

the 28 of April, 2020

the 30 of April, 2020

the 03 of May, 2020

the 09 of May, 2020

the 12 of May, 2020

the 14 of May, 2020

the 16 of May, 2020

the 20 of May, 2020

the 22 of May, 2020

the 24 of May, 2020


Così fan tutte

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Opera Ballet Vlaa...

the 12 of September, 2017

the 20 of September, 2017

the 25 of September, 2017


Così fan tutte

the 28 of September, 2017

the 08 of October, 2017

the 14 of October, 2017

the 21 of October, 2017


Così fan tutte

the 31 of January, 2017

the 07 of February, 2017


Così fan tutte

the 22 of October, 2016

the 24 of October, 2016

the 27 of October, 2016

the 29 of October, 2016

the 01 of November, 2016

the 31 of July, 2016

the 05 of August, 2016

the 08 of August, 2016

the 12 of August, 2016

the 15 of August, 2016

the 01 of February, 2015

the 04 of February, 2015

the 07 of February, 2015

the 10 of February, 2015

the 13 of February, 2015

the 17 of February, 2015

the 20 of February, 2015

the 27 of February, 2015

the 29 of December, 2014

the 31 of December, 2014

the 03 of January, 2015


L'Elisir d'amore

the 06 of December, 2014

the 09 of December, 2014

the 11 of December, 2014


Die Zauberflöte

the 14 of December, 2014

the 15 of June, 2015

the 17 of June, 2015

the 20 of June, 2015


Die Zauberflöte

the 17 of July, 2014

the 19 of July, 2014

the 24 of July, 2014


Le Nozze di Figaro

the 13 of August, 2013

the 16 of August, 2013

the 19 of August, 2013

the 22 of August, 2013

the 25 of August, 2013

the 28 of August, 2013

Tebaldo (Thibault)

Don Carlo


The Hungarian-Slovak soprano Mária Celeng studied with Mária Fekete at the Béla Bartók Conservatory in Budapest, with Júlia Pászthy at the city’s Franz Liszt Academy and with Gabriele Fuchs at the Munich Academy of Music and Theatre, where she is currently attending a class in music theatre. She has also taken part in masterclasses with Éva Marton, László Polgár, Gulyás Dénes, Walter Moore and Nicholas Clapton. She was a prizewinner at the Francesco Viñas and the Neue Stimmen International Singing Competitions and took part in the Young Singers Project at the 2012 Salzburg Festival.

Since 2008 Mária Celeng has appeared regularly at the Palace of Arts in Budapest, where she has been heard in The Fairy Queen, L’elisir d’amore and Le Martyre de saint Sébastien and in Haydn’s ‘Nelson’ Mass with the Hungarian National Philharmonic under Zoltán Kocsis. She has sung Sandrina in Haydn’s L’infedeltà delusa at Budapest’s Kolibri Theatre and at the Miskolc Opera Festival, where she has also appeared as Belinda in Dido and Aeneas.
In 2010 she took the part of the soprano soloist in Mozart’s Requiem under Adam Fischer at the Budapest State Opera, returning in February 2012 for a benefit concert. In 2011 she was heard as Araspe in performances of Hasse’s La Didone abbandonata staged at the Munich Prinzregententheater and the Château de Versailles, in each case with the Munich Hofkapelle under Michael Hofstetter. In June 2012 she sang the title role in The Cunning Little Vixen under Andreas Kowalewitz, also at the Prinzregententheater. During the 2012/13 season she was heard as Adele (Die Fledermaus) at the Budapest State Opera and as Iluska in Pongrác Kacsóh’s János Vitéz. In June 2013 she represented Hungary in the Cardiff Singer of the World Competition, where she won her concert round and she was in the main final for Song Prize.
From the start of the 2013/14 season Mária Celeng will be a member of the Opera Studio of the Bavarian State Opera, where she will make her mainstage debut as Barbarina (Le nozze di Figaro) in September 2013.

Maria Celeng (Performer)

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