"Ewa Tracz had lyrical power and purity. ... She was very moving as the outcast Ulana."
John Allison, Opera Magazine
Polish soprano Ewa Tracz was a young artist at Teatro alla Scala where she graduated in 2018, having performed Konstanze Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Gertrud Hänsel und Gretel and Anna Nabucco. Ewa has performed with such conductors as Nello Santi, Michał Klauza, Joseph Swensen, Marc Albrecht, Alexander Liebreich and Keri-Lynn Wilson.
Recent and future highlights include a revival of the role of Micaela Carmen at Polish National Opera, where she is a member of the Young Artist Programme, Musetta La bohème at Hyogo Performing Arts Center, Japan, Ulana in Paderewski’s Manru at Polish National Opera as well as the National Opera in Kiev and at Opera Lviv, Gertrud at the Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, Contessa Le nozze di Figaro on tour in Japan with Opera Kamerana, Donna Anna Don Giovanni at the Royal Opera Warsaw, and an appearance with the Silesian Philharmonia performing Gorecki’s Santus ad Albertus.
Her repertoire also includes the roles of Fiordiligi Così fan tutte, First Lady Die Zauberflöte, the title role in Verdi's Giovanna d'Arco, Ksenia Boris Godunov and Marianna Der Rosenkavalier, all of which she sang at Wroclaw Opera. For Silesian Opera in Bytom, she sang Donna Anna and Suor Angelica.
Among her concert highlights are recitals at the Richard Strauss Festival in Garmisch-Partenkirchen as one of the festival’s Rising Stars, Lutoslawski Silesian Triptych at the formal opening of the new Concert Hall of the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra in Katowice, Mendelssohn’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at La Scala and Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 14 for NFM in Wroclaw.
In the latest of a long number of competition successes, which also includes a Second Prize at the 2016 Moniuszko Competition, Ewa won the Vocal Prize at the inaugural Karol Szymanowski International Music Competition in September 2018.
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