Soprano Csilla Boross’ most recent and notable performances include Nabucco (Abigaille) at the Teatro dell' Opera di Roma with Riccardo Muti, which was broadcast on live television throughout Europe on ARTE. She was also chosen by Maestro Muti to perform in the gala performance celebrating the 150th anniversary of Italy.
In this season (2013-14) will see her debuts in Verdi’s Attila (Odobella) with Daniel Oren at the Shanghai Grand Theater and in Bellini’s Norma at the Teatro Massimo in Palermo. Upcoming new performances include Nabucco at the Opera Philadelphia, at the Grand Théâtre de Genève and at the Hungarian State Opera, Macbeth (Lady Macbeth) at the Opera Palm Beach and Tosca in Budapest.
In 2012-13 season she added Lucrezia in I due Foscari to her repertoire at the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma under Riccardo Muti, Amelia in Simon Boccanegra at the Hungarian State Opera. The acclaimed soprano made her Opera Australia role debut as Amelia in A Masked Ball. She sang Tosca at the International Music Festival of Macau and returned to Savonlinna Opera Festival as Lady Macbeth.
In 2011-12 season she appeared as Suor Angelica (Angelica) and in Il Tabarro (Giorgetta) directed by David Pountney, at the Opera de Lyon which was on broadcast on live television throughout Europe on MEZZO, Nabucco (Abigaille) at Washington National Opera with Philippe Auguine, directed by Thaddeus Strassberger. During the Summer she sang again under the baton of Riccardo Muti as Sancta Susanna (Sancta Susanna) in the one act opera of Hindemith at the Ravenna Summer Festival, she was also heard as Aida at the Savonlinna Opera Festival with Elio Boncompagni.
In 2010-11 Ms. Boross made another important Italian debuts including in fall appearances as Violetta in La Traviata at the Teatro Verdi di Trieste and in spring at the Teatro Comunale di Modena as Lady Macbeth , and in the summer as Tosca in Teatro dell'Opera di Roma (Terme di Caracalla) She made her USA debut as Abigaille in Verdi's Nabucco with Palm Beach Opera. The artist performed at the National Theater Prague as Fiordiligi, Elettra and Donna Anna and at the Janacek Theater Brno in a new production of Nabucco and revivals of Eugene Onegin (Tatiana), Aida, Madama Butterfly (Cio-Cio San), La Traviata (Violetta), and Macbeth (Lady Macbeth). She made debut in France as Manon (Manon Lescaut) directed by Jean-Paul Scarpitta at the Opera National de Montpellier.
Csilla Boross is the 2009 recipient of the prestigious Czech Television’s THALIA Prize for her appearance in Brno as Cio-Cio San in Puccini's Madama Butterfly.
Since August 2008 soprano Csilla Boross has been a soloist and member of the National Theater (Janácek Theater) in Brno, and from September 2002-2008 was a soloist of the Hungarian State Opera. Ms. Boross has also been a regular guest of the National Theater of Prague since 2008 and continues to perform as a guest at the Hungarian State Opera.
Other recent performances include Mimi at the Gut Immling Festivalin summer 2009. In the 2008/2009 season Ms. Boross was heard as Aida (Loket Cultural Summer), Tosca (Szeged National Theater, State Opera Prague), Violetta (Brno), Donna Anna (Estates Theater Prague), Tatiana (Brno), Venus (Hungarian State Opera, Japan), and Lady Macbeth (Brno).
The artist also performs on the concert platform on a regular basis and has an extensive repertoire.
Master of music in singing and teaching at Liszt Ferenc University of Music (Budapest, 2001)
Singing teacher degree, chamber artist at Liszt Ferenc University of Music Ped.Inst. Piano teacher degree at Liszt Ferenc University of Music Ped. Inst. (Budapest)
Judit Németh, Boldizsár Keönch, Ilona Tokody, Gabriella Imre.
In 1998 she was granted a scholarship by the town of Székesfehérvár, and she also attended several master classes given by Ileana Cotrubas, Walter C. Moore, István Gáti, Ralf Döring, Anna Reynolds, Renato Bruson to name a few.