Magdalena recently won the ACPC Sembrich Vocal Competition, Pasadena Vocal Competition, Mississippi Opera’s John Alexander Competition, and the New England Regionals of Metropolitan Opera Laffont Competition.


Polish-American soprano Magdalena Kuźma is promptly establishing a name for herself in both concert and operatic repertoire. Kuźma recently won the ACPC Sembrich Vocal Competition, Pasadena Vocal Competition, Mississippi Opera’s John Alexander Competition, and the New England Regionals of Metropolitan Opera Laffont Competition; in addition to placing 2nd in the 2022 Shreveport Opera Competition and placing 3rd and winning Audience Favorite in the 2021 National Opera Association Competition.

This season she sings the leading role of Adina in L’elisir d’amore at Yale, the Mahler 4 Symphony solo with Richmond Symphony, as well as Frasquita in Carmen and Nannetta (cover) in Falstaff at Santa Fe Opera. Last year she was honored as valedictorian at Yale University and debuted as a vocal fellow at both Merola Opera and Ravinia.

Previous credits include Lila in Cold Mountain at Music Academy of the West, Blanche in Dialogues de Carmélites and Anna in Die Sieben Todsünden (Oberlin Opera), in addition to several mainstage roles at Chautauqua Institute and Teatro Petrarca. She is a proud alumna of Renée Fleming’s SongStudio at Carnegie Hall, Houston Grand Opera's YAVA, & The Bach Institute at Emmanuel Music. Magdalena holds degrees from Oberlin & Juilliard, and is currently pursuing a Master’s at Yale University. She looks forward to starting her first year as a Lindemann Young Artist at the Metropolitan Opera this upcoming fall.

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Contact

To book Magdalena please contact:

UK & Europe

Sue Hudson – Senior Artist Manager [email protected]

0207 379 8477

North America 

Chris Williams – Senior Vice President, Artist Management and Partnerships [email protected]

(212)-333-5200 ext. 1002

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