Diana Alexe

Diana Alexe


Diana Alexe - Lyric Coloratura Soprano

Diana Alexe is a talented soprano originally from Adjud, Vrancea County, Romania, who was honored to become an Honorary Citizen of the Municipality of Adjud in 2022. Her musical journey began at Angela Gheorghiu General School in Adjud, under the dedicated guidance of Prof. Ionela Chiriac. She continued to develop her musical talents at Dinu Lipatti College of Arts in Bucharest, specializing in classical singing under the guidance of Prof. Mihaela Andrei.

Diana demonstrated exceptional talent from the beginning of her career. She was the first admitted to the prestigious University of Music in Bucharest, where she studied with sopranos Eleonora Enăchescu and Iulia Isaev.

Known for her clear voice, warmth, and expressiveness in interpreting music and literary text, Diana Alexe has shone on the musical stages of Romania and abroad. Music critic

Anca Florea praised her for "her ability to interpret with elegance and flexibility, highlighting her exceptional timbre, equality of registers, and the certainty of high notes. Truly passionate about music, Diana has managed to convey a varied range of emotions in diverse scores in terms of texture and style."

For four years, Diana had the privilege of being part of the Royal Margareta Foundation of Romania, where she often sang in the presence of Royal Highnesses, on prestigious stages such as the Romanian Athenaeum, the National Theater Bucharest, the Radio Hall, Peleș

Palace, and Elisabeta Palace. In 2013, she was nominated at the Ion Dacian Festival in

Romania in the category of "Best Singer under 20 years old."

Diana benefited from the education and mentorship of prestigious figures in the music world, including tenor Vasile Moldoveanu and conductor Tiberiu Soare. Remarkable artists such as Teodor Ilincai and Georgeta Stoleriu offered her scholarships, such as the Corneliu Fănățeanu Scholarship and the Iolanda Mărculescu Scholarship.

Her debut on the stage of the Bucharest Comic Opera in 2017 under the guidance of Soprano Felicia Filip and director Cristian Mihăilescu was a significant moment. She portrayed various roles in operas, such as Bastienne in W.A. Mozart's "Bastien and Bastienne," Livietta in Pergolesi's "La serva padrona," and many others. She also collaborated in independent opera projects, including portraying the role of Belinda in Purcell's "Dido and Aeneas" with the "Opera Clandestina" Association.

The awards she received at national and international competitions have proven her excellence in music, including the Grand Prize at the "Emil Rotundu" Competition in Romania and the 1st Prize in the Opera category, 2nd Prize in the Lied category, and the prize for the best interpretation of Dvořák at the International "Antonin Dvorak" Competition in the Czech Republic.

Since 2018, when she settled in Vienna, Diana has continued to develop her musical career, becoming a member of the Chorakademie Wiener Staatsoper and a student at the Musik und Kunst Privatuniversität in Vienna.

Over time, Diana has portrayed remarkable roles on stages in Romania and Germany, including her debut as Gilda in G. Verdi's opera "Rigoletto" at the Romanian Opera in Timișoara, the Romanian National Opera in Cluj-Napoca, and the Opera in Dessau, Germany. She played the role of Zerlina in W.A. Mozart's opera "Don Giovanni" in collaboration with the Angelika-Prokopp-Sommerakademie, a project that culminated in the release of a CD and the televised broadcast of the film "Don Giovanni" on ORF III Austria.

In the summer of 2022, she was debuting as Violetta Valery in Giuseppe Verdi's opera "La Traviata" at the Immling Festival stage in Germany.

With an impressive track record, Diana Alexe has sung in Romania, Austria, Germany,

Slovakia, Czech Republic, and Poland, collaborating with various orchestras such as the

Vogtland Philharmonic Orchestra in Plauen, Germany, Kammeroper Warsaw, Poland, Con

Fuoco Graz Orchestra, Mödlinger Symphonischen Orchester, Kaiser Orchestra Wien, Vienna Mozart Orchestra in Musikverein Vienna, gaining international recognition in the musical world.

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