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          Gabriela Jelinkova  is a sought-after performer of dramatic soprano parts. She enchanted the audience by her Turandot (Turandot), Cio-Cio-San (Madama Butterfly), Rosalinde (Die Fledermaus), Foreign Princess (Rusalka), Cherubino (Le nozze di Figaro), Romilda (Serse), Niclausse (Les contes d´Hoffmann), Mercedes (Carmen), Belinda (Dido and Aeneas) and other.

     Gabriela collaborates with various Czech and Slovakian theaters: The Prague State Opera, The J.K.Tyl Theater Pilsen, The Slovak State Opera, The National Moravian-Silesian Theater, The Southbohemian Theater. She has been noted abroad (Austria, Germany, France, Great Britain, Russia, USA). Among her notable appearances are her recital that marked the opening of the Salzburg Summer Festival, concerts in Berlin Philharmonic, Konzerthaus Berlin, Munich Philharmonic, Prague Rudolfinum, Groβes Festspielhaus in Salzburg. She recorded with The Czech National Radio and The Sphere Studios in London. Her voice enchanted and inspired the American Grammy Award-nominated composer Michael Hoppé. Their collaboration resulted in the acclaimed recital for the Public Television station KCTS 9 in Seattle and the concert in the Betlehem Chapel in Prague. In 2012 Gabriela´s talent and life inspired the film producers of The Czech Television. They created a documentary film about her professional career named Deal of a talent. Her voice appreciated e.g. the former Czech president Václav Klaus, the former Austrian president Thomas Klestil and the princess of Morocco Lalla Salma.

     After finishing her study at the Czech Conservatory of Music Gabriela won a prestigious scholarship to the Mozarteum University in Salzburg where she studied under the renowned Professor Ingrid Janser-Mayr. She graduated at the top of her class and was admitted to the Master Studies of Romantic Song and Sacred Music with Professor Wolfgang Holzmair. She completed advanced studies with Barbara Daniels, Lucile Evans, KS Jutta Vulpius, Claudia Visca, Anne Sophie-Schmidt, Peter Dvorský and Antonie Denygrová.

     Gabriela Jelinkova comes from a musical family. Her grandmother Stepanka Jelinkova was a famous Czech soprano in The National Theater in Prague, as well as her mother Stepanka Hranickova – a notable Czech coloratura soprano.



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