The first appearances as singer for VIOLETTA RADOMIRSKA date from the time when she was a member of the Children’s Radio Choir. She graduated from the State Academy of Music in Sofia and later specialized with mezzo-soprano Alexandrina Milcheva. Between 1999 and 2001, Violetta Radomirska became a member of the Zurich International Opera Studio, winning in 2002 won the prize “Le Prix Européen d’encouragement” from the “Fondation Européenne de la de la Culture” in Strasbourg, which annually awards ten distinguished young musicians from all over Europe. On stage in Zurich, Radomirska has appeared in a number of productions, including Salome, Ernani, Rigoletto, La belle Hélène, etc. As a member of the ensemble of Luzerner Theater (2002 – 2006), she has participated in productions of Carmen, Die Zauberflote, Armide, Dido and Aeneas and Die Fledermaus. Radomirska has sang under the direction of Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Nello Santi, Valery Gergiev, Marcello Viotti and William Christie. In June 2002, she participated in the performance of Stabat Mater by Karol Szymanowski in Milan with the RAI Orchestra under the direction of Arnold Bosman. In 2004, Radomirska became a member of Theater Biel, where she sang in numerous central mezzo-soprano parts. In 2012 was featured in the recording of H. Wolf-Ferrari’s opera Le donne Curiose (“The Curious Ladies”) with the Munich Radio Orchestra. In the next two years, she participated in performances of Verdi’s Requiem on stage at the KKL Luzern (Lucerne Culture and Congress Center), in the title role in Handel’s Ariodante and Rosina in Il Barbiere di Seviglia in Theater Aachen, sang in Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater. Since 2014, as a freelance artist Radomirska has participated in a number of concerts and productions, including The Armed Man and Stabat Mater by Carl Jenkins, Mozart Requiem, Stabat Mater by Rossini, Pergolesi and Dvořák, in operas such as Carmen, Eugene Onegin, Offenbach’s Paris Life, and in number of Baroque works. Other appearances include Verdi’s La Forza di destino at the Plovdiv Opera, in Bizet’s Carmen and in Verdi’s Requiem at the Sofia Opera, in Offenbach’s operetta Paris Life in Zurich; performed on concerts in Zurich, Lucerne, Delémont (Switzerland). In the 2018-2019 season, she debuted at the La Scalla of Milan with Elektra by Richard Strauss.