The young German soprano Eva Zalenga makes her debut at the Deutsche Oper Berlin as Adele in Die Fledermaus and is currently a member of the ensemble at the Theater Regensburg, where she can be heard in the roles of Susanna (Le nozze di figrao), Adele (Die Fledermaus) and Sophie (Werther). At the Queen Sonja Competition 2021, she was one of the few selected participants worldwide and represented Germany.

 

In May 2021 she made her debut at the Staatstheater Hannover and has also emerged as a prizewinner of the 49th National Competition for Singing in Berlin and as the winner of the international singing competition of the Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg. In the season 19/20 she was a member of the ensemble of the Theater St. Gallen and was also engaged as a soloist at houses such as the Leipzig Opera, the Dresden State Operetta, the Theater Nordhausen, the Landesbühnen Sachsen and the Theater Dessau.

 

A great passion is the song singing, which she combines intensively together with the pianist Doriana Tchakarova. In the course of her busy concert activities, she performed as a soloist in the Kulturpalast Dresden and in the Königsberg Cathedral in Kaliningrad (Russia) together with the Philharmonie Dresden and made her concert debut in Dornbirn (Austria) in 2021.

 

Eva Zalenga was born in Biberach (Germany) and received her first singing lessons at an early age. At the age of 14, she gained her first solo concert experience and was award winner at "Jugend musiziert". She began her vocal studies at the Academy of Music in Dresden with Prof. Edward Randall and KS. Olaf Bär and successfully made her master’s degree at the Academy of Music in Leipzig with Prof. Caroline Stein. Her training is complemented by master classes with Vesselina Kasarova, Rudolf Piernay, Christine Schäfer and Hedwig Fassbender.

 

The soprano is a scholarship holder of the Lotte Lehmann Academy, the Talentschmiede Dresden and the Hermann Haake Foundation. She received the Sponsorship Award of the International Saxon Singing Academy and was awarded the Deutschlandstipendium.