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Bogna Sokorska

Bogna Sokorska

Bogna Sokorska


Bogna Sokorska (born Bogna Kaczmarska on April 6, 1927 in Warsaw and died on May 10, 2002 in the same city) was a Polish opera singer (coloratura soprano). Because of its impressive voice, she was deemed as the "Nightingale of Warsaw." Her husband was the pianist and composer Jerzy Sokorski (1916-2005). Biography. Bogna Sokorska studied singing at the Academy of Music in Warsaw with Maria-Dobrowolska Gruszczyńska (1945-1948) and Ada Sari (1949-1954). Read more on Last.fm
Bogna Sokorska (born Bogna Kaczmarska on April 6, 1927 in Warsaw and died on May 10, 2002 in the same city) was a Polish opera singer (coloratura soprano). Because of its impressive voice, she was deemed as the "Nightingale of Warsaw." Her husband was the pianist and composer Jerzy Sokorski (1916-2005). Biography. Bogna Sokorska studied singing at the Academy of Music in Warsaw with Maria-Dobrowolska Gruszczyńska (1945-1948) and Ada Sari (1949-1954). In 1951, she won the national singing competition, but after graduation she went to other European countries. She has been hired as a soloist in prestigious opera houses in Düsseldorf (1964-1970) and Essen (1970). From 1961 to 1963, she performed as soloist in Warsaw. She has performed as guest artist in many operas, and gave numerous recitals. On stage at the Staatsoper Berlin and Schwerin Philharmonic, she wowed the German opera fans. In 1964, she released her first solo album, "Slowik Warszawy - The Nightingale of Warsaw," after the title which this nickname has spread into the world of opera. Bogna Sokorska interpreted the great operatic roles such as "Queen of the Night" in Mozart's Magic Flute or the role of Gilda in Rigoletto by Giuseppe Verdi. His singing style has been praised by music critics. She could produce the highest notes with remarkable clarity and amazing ease, She used her knowledge and skills in summer classes at the University of Music Franz Liszt in Weimar. She died in her hometown at the age of 75 years. Bogna Sokorska was the mother of singer and voice teacher Sokorska Jagna-Kwika, and an aunt of singer Jacek Kaczmarski. Selected discography With the english Pinewood Studio Orchestra. Songs for You, Vol. 1, EP, JKP2000 Songs for You, Vol.

2, EP, JPK2001 With Polish orchestras were launched ​​the following albums: Hrabina (The Princess), Stanisław Moniuszko Opera, extracts, Muza XL0226 1964:Slowik Warszawy / The Warsaw Nightingale, 1964, Muza XL0228 Operatic Arias, Muse SXL0716 Królewna Śnieżka - z Fantazja bajki muzycznej (Snow White - A Fairytale Fantasy) by Stefan Rachoń, Muse L0334 2002: Slowik Warszawy, PNCD613 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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