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Gabriella Pittnerova was born in Slovakia in a family of musicians of german-italian descent. Her mother Elena is a well- known pianist and her father Anton a renowned music professor in Germany and abroad. At the age of five, Gabriella received her first musical training and accordion lessons from her father. Two years later she had her first public appearance on the TV show “Young Talents”. In her childhood she attended at the School of Arts for painting and drawing as well. Later she studied classical opera and concert singing in the subject coloratura soprano as well as piano and acting at the Conservatory of Zillina with Professor Ditta Gabajova, a former succesful opera singer. First radio and solo performances followed. At the Academy of Music Arts in Bratislava she was admitted to the singing class of renowened Professor Vlasta Hudecova. During her studies she won numerous prices as soprano singer. After the study time there was a close co-operation with organist Professor Ferdinand Klinda in sacral music as well as with pianist Professor Blanka Juhanakova and Daniel Buranowsky in the subject song and concert.

 

Since 1988 she is living in Stuttgart and studied at the University of Music and Performing Arts with Kammersängerin Sylvia Geszty. Together with the well- known Danish violonist Heine Steensen she founded the Dansk- Slovak Trio and toured Denmark and other big cities in Skandinavia with a concert programm. She had lessons in classical ballet, tap-dance and musical at the New York City Dance School in Stuttgart with American dancer, tap-dancer and choreographer Ray Lynch and performed in Musical- and Revue Broadway Shows with his “ Manhattan Dance Company”.

 

She had engagements at the Slovakian National Theater in Bratislava as well as at the National Theater in Prague where she debuted as Queen of the Night in Mozart´s “Magic Flute”. She gave guest performances as Adele in J. Strauss “Die Fledermaus”, Madame Heart in W. A. Mozart`s “The Acting Director”, Angela in J. Strauss “The Earl of Luxembourg”, Blonde in W.A. Mozart`s “Entführung aus dem Serail”, Oscar in G. Verdi`s “Un ballo in maschera”, Musette in G. Puccini`s “La Boheme”, Liu in G. Verdi`s “Turandot”, Olympia and Antonia in J. Offenbach`s “Les Contes d`Hoffmann”, Micaela in G. Bizet`s “Carmen” and as Violetta in G. Verdi`s “La Traviatta”. In fields of opera, operetta and musical she performed several pieces on radio- and TV shows, as well as music festivals in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Italy, South America and the USA.

She was working as a university lecturer in classical opera singing and musical at the International Music Academy in Stuttgart. In this time period she appeared in numerous castle concerts, e.g. Schloß Monrepos, Speisemeisterei- Schloß Hohenheim, Castle Stettenfels, Residenzschloß Ludwigsburg, Altes Schloß Stuttgart and Castle Bratislava with pianists Vladimir Valdivia from South America and Frederick Sommer from France.


In the year 2016 her methodic-didactical songbook “L`arte del canto- Die Kunst des Gesangs” will be published in Germany.

With popular italian singing pedagogue Maestro Gian-Franco Brizio from Imperia/ Italy, a former student of Mario del Monaco and Guiletta Simonato at the”Theatre Mailänder Scala”, she rehearsed the international opera repertoire. She is co-operating with the opera agents John Goodman from Vienna/ Austria, Gian-Franco Brizio from Imperia/ Italy and Peter Constantin from Stuttgart/ Germany.

 

With her beautiful sounding lyrical- dramatical sprano, her distinct musicality and style, as well as her brilliant stage presence Gabriella Pittnerova takes part as a successful soprano in demand in numerous stage and concert performances at home and abroad.


Her wide range musical repertoire consists besides classical works of opera, operetta and musical also works of sacral music and film scores.

 

“Music is a higher revelation than any wisdom and philosophy.”
Ludwig van Beethoven