Ludmila Vernerová


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Ludmila Vernerová belongs to prominent and coveted artists for her universality and clear significant voice.

Mrs. Vernerová undertook her vocal studies at and graduated from the Prague Academy of Performing Arts and she debuted at the National Theatre, Prague, 1987. She has attended master-classes with Edith Wiens, Luisa Bosabalian and Jiří Kotouč and since 1981 has appeared regularly at the Bach Academy in Stuttgart, Germany, conducted by Helmuth Rilling.

Since 1998 she has been engaged as a regular soloist with the State Opera Prague. She appears successfully in almost ten roles (Bizet: Carmen – Michaela, Puccini: La Boheme – Musetta, Berlioz: Beatrice et Bénédict – Hero, Meyerbeer: Robert le Diable – Isabelle, Mozart: Così fan tutte, Don Giovanni, Die Zauberfloete – Fiordiligi, Donna Anna, Pamina, Vivaldi: Orlando furioso – Angelica).  

Very important part of her repertoire is made from period interpretation of sacred music. For Supraphon, Bonton, Lupulus, Discovery and Orfeo she has recorded more than 45 CD’s with oratorios and masses, e.g. A. Dvořák’s Stabat mater; Haydn’s Nelson Mass, Stabat mater; Schubert’s Mass No. 3 B Flat; Pergolesi’s Stabat mater; J. S. Bach’s Johannes Passion; Mozart’s Krönungsmesse, Vesperae solemnes, and many others.

Being highly appreciated for her deep feeling for the oratorio style, she is regularly invited to perform at foreign festivals in Europe, Japan and USA.  Mrs. Vernerová cooperated with such well-known conductors as V. Neumann, H. Rilling, G. Deloghu, W. Gönnenwein, G. Gandolfi, F. Bernius, J. M. Händler, G. Albrecht, Ch. Dohnany and others in most European countries.

(Helmuth Rilling 2002: L. Vernerová is a very musical singer with an excellent and impressive technique. What she is able to do especially with the ornaments is really outstanding.)