Dr Renáta Darázs

27. July 2018


Renáta Darázs graduated in 2002 from the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest. During her studies she also attended the master courses of Zsuzsa Misura, László Polgár, Júlia Hamari, Anna Reynolds and David Lutz.

She made her postgradual studies for DLA degree at the Budapest Academy under the guidance of Erika Sziklay and Éva Marton. She has just finished her thesis on the mélodies of Fauré. Since her graduation her singing teacher is Éva Lax.

In 1998 she won the First "József Simándy" International Singing Competition in Szeged.

In 2002 she was appointed to an assistant lecturer at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music. Since 2010 she also teaches in the Kodály Institute of Kecskemét.

From 2000 to 2002 she took part in alternative theatrical performances in Budapest and in Nyíregyháza, and in 2002 she joined to the Theatre of Sopron for a year.

Her main field of activity is the oratorio and the song, she is especially interested in German Lied and French mélodie. 

In the last years she gave solo recitals in Hungary (Budapest, Sopron, Győr, Tata, Vác and Sümeg) and abroad (Rome, Grottamare, Chanti-Mansiysk) and participated in several oratorio performances in Budapest, Sopron and abroad (Stuttgart, Cluj).

Her repertoire includes solo and ensemble compositions of the Baroque era, classical, romantic songs and contemporary music as well.