Roxana Lucia MIHAI


In 2008, she graduated as bachelor at the department of singing by the famous Academy of Music “Gheorghe Dima” in Cluj Napoca.

She made her debut as Rosina in the “Il Barbiere di Siviglia” by Gioachino Rossini continuing with Zerlina (Don Giovanni- W. A. Mozart), Dama I (Die Zauberflöte- W.A. Mozart), Adele (Die Fledermaus- J. Strauss) and Norina (Don Pasquale- G. Donizetti). In the National Theater “Lucian Blaga” Cluj Napoca she performed in the production “Ma joc cu voi asa cum doriti” and “Zilele noastre ca fumul” (regie Anca Mihut).

She played the role of Margaret in the National Theater “Lucian Blaga” Cluj Napoca in the romanian premiere of the opera “Richard III” by William Shakespeare. Followed by the projekt named “The Universe of the Opera” in the Phillarmony “Ion Dumitrescu” in Valcea, with choir and orchestra of the city.

In 2010, she was accepted in the Master for Singing at the University of Vest in Timisoara where she received an Erasmus scholarship for the Opera studies at the Conservatorio di Musica di Adria “Antonio Buzzolla” (Italy). Her teacher was the soprano Luisa Giannini. Nowadays she takes singing lessons with Sabrina Modena (Italy), Gabriele Fuchs (Germany) and Stellario Fagone (choir director and children director of the Bayerische Staatsoper, Munich).

She attendend Masterclasses with well-known conductors, directors and singers such as Alberto Zedda, Francesco Esposito, Francesco Rosa, Margherita DallaVecchia, Antonio Juvarra, Fabio Mastrangelo, Sylvia Greenberg, Mariana Nicolesco, Sorina Munteanu and Marina Krilovici.

Since then Roxana Mihai lives in Germany and sang as a soloist in many concerts and productions. Amongst others at the Gerard Bechar Center (2016-Jerusalem-Israel), Schloss Seefeld (2016, Germany), Gasteig (2017 Munich-Germany), Staathale Germering (2016 Germany), Theaterei Herrlingen (2017 Germany), Festsaal Unterschleißheim (2015 Germany), Pasinger Fabrik singing the role of Clorinda, La Cenerentola, G. Rossini (2017 Germany) and church concerts in Germany, France, Sweden and Austria.