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Spotlight: Operatic mezzo-soprano Magdalena Wór shares about her journey as a rising artist

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Magdalena Wór is a First Place Winner of the Marcella Sembrich and Heinz Rehfuss Vocal Competitions, a Finalist and Prize Winner of the Moniuszko International Voice Competition, a Metropolitan Opera Competition National Finalist, as well as an alumna of the San Francisco Opera’s Merola Summer Opera Program, Chautauqua Music Institution’s Marlena Malas Voice Program, St. Louis Opera Theatre’s Gerdine Young Artist Program, and the Washington National Opera’s Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist Program. This past season Ms. Wór’s performaces included Cherubino in Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro with the Ashlawn Opera Festival, Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass with the National Philharmonic, Handel’s Messiah with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, title role in Bizet’s Carmen with the Palm Beach Opera and a concert in London celebrating Chopin’s 200th Birth Anniversary. Magdalena is originally from Poland and has lived in the United States since 1991. She received her Bachelor and Masters degrees in vocal performance from Georgia State University and studies with Magdalena Moulson-Falewicz.