Karolína Bubleová Berková - mezzo-soprano
- Ottorino Respighi – Sei liriche (selection)
- Gabriel Fauré – Melodies
- Georges Bizet – Romances
- Maurice Ravel – Five Greek Folk Songs
- Jaroslav Křička – Northern Nights
- Leoš Janáček – Nursery Rhymes
- Petr Eben – Six Old-time Love Songs
- Charles Gounod, Jakub Zicha – O, divine Redeemer
Karolína Bubleová Berková graduated from the Music Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague in the class of René Tuček. On the basis of a scholarship awarded by the Italian Cultural Institute Berková completed singing studies in the first half of 2001 at the Conservatorio di Giuseppe Verdi in Milan in Italy (Prof. Stelia Doz, Prof. Sonia Turchetta).
In 1997, Berková became the winner of the International Singing Competition of Ema Destinn and in 2001 the laureate of the International Singing Competition of Antonín Dvořák in Karlovy Vary.
Among her most significant successes are, for example: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: The Marriage of Figaro – tour with the National Theatre in Japan, Leoš Janáček: The Diary of a Vanished Man – Paris, France; in May 2004, she represented the Czech Republic at the Berlin gala concert of singers from the ten countries entering the European Union accompanied by the Berliner Symphoniker orchestra conducted by Lior Shambadal; in September 2004, she appeared with the Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Vladimír Válek in Mahler's 4th Symphony; in November 2004, she gave concerts of religious music in Israel. In 2005, she interpreted the mezzosoprano part in oratorium Ecce Homo by Jan Hanuš during the Prague Spring Festival. Since 2010, she has become a guest soloist for educational recital programs held by the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra production in Rudolfinum. A solo recital together with harpist Laura Caramellino in Milano, Italy, has crowned their co-operation in May 2011.
You can find more about Karolína Bubleová Berková on page "Biography".