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Aylin Sezer


The Turkish-Dutch soprano Aylin Sezer was an ensemble soloist of Opera Vlaanderen in the season 2014-2015 and sang the following roles: Emma (Khovanshchina), Fünfte Magd (Elektra), Despina and Zerlina where she sang under the baton of Paul McCreesh, Alexander Joel and Dmitri Jurowski and worked with directors as David Alden, David Bösch and Guy Joosten. She sang in numerous Dutch opera companies, roles as Violetta, Pamina, Cleopatra, Euridice (Orfeo ed Euridice), Micaëla and Dido. She s
ang Pamina in the world tour of Peter Brook's production of The Magic Flute. As a concert soloist she sang amongst other pieces Clärchen in Beethoven's Egmont with the Limburgs Symfonie Orkest under the baton of Jan Willem de Vriend and Pisana in Verdi's I due Foscari in Het Concertgebouw under Giancarlo Andretta. Upcoming highlights include Elizabeth and Venus in a new chamber orchestra arrangement of Tannhäuser, together with the Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra. Next season she will be returning to het Concertgebouw in the ZaterdagMatinee. The roles will be shared once the season is announced. Aylin Sezer graduated from the Dutch National Opera Academy and received her masters of Opera with distinction in "exceptional artistic quality". Aylin was a finalist in the VIth edition of the Leyla Gencer Voice Competition.
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NRC Handelsblad: “Sopraan Aylin Sezer is sterk als Thijls pittige vriendin Nele, maar maakt de meeste indruk met haar subtiele rouwklacht ‘Bedroefd herteken’.” (Joep Stapel, 4 More...
Sopraan Aylin Sezer heeft de Schaunard Award 2017 gewonnen. Uit de lijst van elf kandidaten, waarvan tie More...

‘Promising ensemble member Aylin Sezer made a hot-to-trot Zerlina, singing with earthy allure’ – Opera News www.operanews.com, David Shengold

“Soprano Aylin Sezer displayed a glowing timbre as Lucrezia’s confidante Pisana” – Jenny Camilleri, Operatoday