Polish soprano Adriana Ferfecka completed her vocal studies at Frydryk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. Her upcoming engagements include Mimi in La Boheme with the Polish National Opera, Mimi with the Deutsche Oper Berlin, Liu in Turandot with Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, and Suor Angelica for Wrocław Opera. Recent engagements include the title role of Sour Angelica at the Inauguration of the Ada Sari International Vocal Artistry Festival, Mimi in La Boheme for Wrocław Opera, Corinna in Il Viaggio a Reims for Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro in Cagliari, Gianni Schicchi for Dutch National Opera, Valencienne in Die lustige Witwe at Teatro La Fenice, Teatro dell’ Opera di Roma and Teatro San Carlo in Naples, Micaela in Carmen for Deutsche Oper Berlin, Illia in Idomeneo in Rome, Adina in L’elisir D’amore at the Silesian Opera House in Bytom, Saffi in Die Zigeunerbaron at the Stanislaw Moniuszko Podlasie Opera, La traviata in Grand Teatre Poznan.
Adriana has worked with many important conductors including Paolo Arrivabeni, Andrea Battistoni, Marc Albrecht, Donald Runnicles, Michele Mariotti, Diego Matheuz, Stefano Montanari, Ivan Repusic, Alexander Vedernikov, and Sebastian Weigle.
In 2015 she was admitted to the Young Artists Program of the Salzburg Festival, where she made her debut as Rosina in Il Barbiere di Siviglia. Between 2015 and 2017 she was a Scholarship Recipient at Deutsche Oper Berlin where she performed Zerlina in Don Giovanni, Frasquita in Carmen, Erste Dame in Die Zauberflöte, Xanthe in Die Leibe der Dananae, and made numerous concert appearances as well.
In 2015 she was a finalist at the Neue Stimme Competition in Dresden, and has been the winner of numerous international competitions including; the International Competition for Opera Singers “Ferruccio Taglavini” in 2014 , the International Vocal Competition “Grand Prix De’l Opera” in Romania, the International Vocal Competition in Germany, first prize of the Concorso Internazionale Iris Adami Corradetti in 2016, 3rd prize at the Soroptimist Club Vercelli Prize at the 69th Viotti Internatonal Music Competition in 2018, Ottavio Ziino International Lyric Competition in 2014.
Adriana Ferfecka shone brightest in the title role and is striking in her interpretation and authenticity. Pain, suffering, a sense of rejection and despair pushing her to take her own life – she was able to express all of this with a gesture, glance, stage movement, and above all, her voice.– Suor Angelica, (BeataFisher.com)