Biography
Born in Romania, Annamária Barabás obtained her concert diploma at the Lausanne Conservatory in the voice class of Brigitte Balleys. After that, she benefitted from Luciana Serra’s advice on many occasions in Italy. 
 
Annamária Barabás started her career in 2008 at the Opéra Royal de Wallonie in Belgium in the role of the Queen of the Night. 
She is a very eclectic artist who ventures into different styles, be it opera, song, baroque music or works from the 21st century.

She sang many main roles on stage, Grilletta in Lo Speziale and La Canterina by Haydn, Countess Adèle in Le Comte Ory and Fanny in La Cambiale di Matrimonio by Rossini, Zerbinetta in Ariadne auf Naxos by Richard Strauss. 

She often has the opportunity to sing the classical works of the oratorio repertoire, Haydn’s Creation and Cecilia Mass, Mozart’s Mass in C minor, Brahms’ Requiem, Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana. 

She has sung under conductors and directors such as Tamás Pál, Edouard Rasquin, Daniele Bellardinelli, Domonkos Héja, János Bali, Claire Servais, Michal Znaniecki, Ferenc Anger. 

After her last concert at the Budapest Music Centre, where she was very much appreciated in C.P.E. Bach’s oratorio Die Israeliten in der Wüste, the French media mentioned her « very Mozartean color in a laudable tone quality ». After her recent appearance as the Queen of the Night in Szeged, her future projects include another concert featuring C.P.E. Bach and A. Vivaldi with Miklos Spányi and the Concerto Armonico in Lausanne, and Haydn's Cantata Berenice, che fai in Szeged.