Dalma Süle

Dalma Süle (1991)

| Hungary

Accompanist | Justas Čeponis

Dalma Süle, the hungarian coloratura soprano finished her Bachelor education in 2017 at the Royal Conservatory of the Hague in the Netherlands. She continued her Opera Master studies in Budapest at the Liszt Academy in the class of Atilla Kiss-B. She made her role debut as Queen of the Night at the Liszt Academy in 2019 and graduated in 2021 with Poulenc's mono-opera, La voix humaine in extraordinary circumstances because of the pandemic crisis. In 2019 during her master’s studies, she was offered with a truly special role by the Operetta Theatre Budapest. Dalma had the opportunity to perform the mono-opera written by Grigori Frid, The diary of Anne Frank, where she could show her refined vocality, musicality and acting skills. This mono-opera runs with success since the Hungarian premier in 2020. Immediately after her master graduation she started her first season, 21/22, in the Hungarian State Opera with the role of Lucy (G. Menotti-The Telephone) and Florestine from the collage opera Figaro3. She was also admitted to the Young Artist Program in Budapest, called the Treasure Hunters where she took the chance and performed some significant leading roles such as; Lakmé, Adele and Almirena. She has worked with conductors like Ton Koopman, Reinbert de Leeuw, Ádám Medveczky, Gyula Pfeiffer, Ádám Cser, Clark Rundell, Bas Wiegers, Péter Dobszay, Máté Hámori. Dalma also has numerous awards from international singing competitions. Her dream is to travel and sing all around the world in different inspiring productions.


  • Francis Poulenc | Les mamelles de Tirésias
    • Thérèse's aria "Non, monsieur mon mari"
  • Vincenzo Bellini | I Puritani
    • Elvira's "Qui la voce sua soave...Vien diletto"

  • Léo Delibes | Lakmé
    • Lakme's "Bell song" "Où va la jeune Hindoue?"
  • Leonard Bernstein | Candide
    • Cunegonde's aria "Glitter and be gay"

  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart | Die Zauberflöte
    • Queen of the Night's aria "Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen"
  • Jacques Offenbach | Les Contes d'Hoffmann
    • Olympia's aria "Les oiseaux dans la charmille"

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