Natasa Kátai
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Natasa  Kàtai was born in Hungary, where she passed her GSCE with presidential  certificate of merit from solo singing and graduated with a Summa Cum  Laude degree as opera singer.

She has won several international  competitions as Opera Competition Adam Jeno (Szolnok, Hungary) 3 rd  prize; Opera International Competition Simandy Jozsef (Szeged, Hungary) 2  nd prize and Special Prize Amarilli; Opera International Competition F.  Martini (Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy) 1 st place, Opera International  Competition "Voice of Mediterraen" (Siracusa, Italy) 1 st prize.

Recently she debuted
Abigaille (Verdi: Nabucco)in Teatro Civico di Vercelli, Bern, Zofingen e Aarau, Aida (Verdi: Aida) in Teatro Coccia in Novara; Cio Cio San (Madama Butterfly) Operafestival of Trappeto – subsequently replace in Teatro Massimo, Palermo; Avvocato Difesa (Lucio  Gregoretti: Pinocchio (mal)visto dal Gatto e la Volpe) in Teatro  Massimo of Palermo – this opera was transmitted on Rai5 and Radio3. Chrysothemis (Strauss: Elektra) in Teatro Politeama, Palermo, Maria Stuarda (Donizetti: Maria Stuarda) in Teatro Politeama, Palermo; Mimì (Puccini: La Bohème) Teatro Ciudad de Madrid; Medora (Verdi: Il Corsaro)in Wien, Norma (Bellini: Norma) ; Leonora (Verdi: Il trovatore) ; Tosca (Puccini: Tosca) in theaters of Andalusia; Matilde (Rossini: Guglielmo Tell) in National Theater of Miskolc – this opera was trasmitted on Radio Bartòk and made a CD, Suor Angelica (Puccini: Suor Angelica) in Academy of Szeged; Contessa (Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro), Donna Anna (Mozart: Don Giovanni) e Fiordiligi (Mozart: Così fan tutte) in Teatru Manoel of Malta, National Theater of Szeged e Teatro Orione of Palermo, Santuzza (Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana), Tetka (Janacek: Jenufa) in Teatro Massimo of Palermo etc.
She san gas solist in oratorios, symphonies for example: Beethoven: IX. Sinfonia in Teatro Politeama of Palermo, Rossini: Stabat Mater in Helsingborg’s Konzerthaus in Sweden, Vivaldi: Stabat Mater in Teatro Massimo of Palermo, Pergolesi: Stabat Mater in Concerthall of Miskolc and in Acadeny of Szeged; Mozart: Requiem  and  Verdi: Requiem in Academy of Szeged, Rossini: Petit Messe Solenelle  for The Church Music Days of Szeged, Vivaldi: In Furore  in Town Hall of Szeged; etc. and some lieds as Wagner: Wesendonk Lieder  with Szeged’s Symphonic Orchestra ; Berg: Sieben Fruhe Lieder with Sicilian Symphonic Orhestra , Stavinskij: Four Songs ecc. ; John Adams: Gran Pianola Music with Teatro Massimo’s Orchetra of Palermo.
She worked with the conductors Gabriele Ferro, Piergiorgio Morandi, Jader Bignamini, Michael Laus, Tiziano Duca, Wiktor Lemko; Vasilij Vasilenko, Dietfried Bernet, Alessandro Ferrari, Marco Balderi, Harold Salmieri, Tamàs Pàl, Michele De Luca, Francesco La Licata, Alberto Veronese, Richard Weninger, Jànos Acs, Peter Oberfrank, Danilo Lombardini, Sàndor Gyudi, Emanuel Spagnol, Làszlò Meszlènyi etc.
She sang together with Renato Bruson, Agnes Baltsa, Paolo Gavanelli, Miroslav Dvorsky, Janice Bird, Angeles Blancas, Katya Litting, Josè Sempere; Ivan Inverardi; Maurizio Graziani, Daniela Longhi, Marianna Pizzolato etc.
She worked with the conductors Robert Carsen, Peter Bruckmeier, Mauro Avogadro, Vincenzo Pirrotta, Nicola Berloffa, Collettivo Sorovsky, Manu Lelli etc.
She collaborated with the etoiles Eleonora Abbagnato and Benjamin Pech , the actor Edoardo Siravo and the writers Andrea Cammilleri and Ugo Gregoretti.
For the occasion of Operafestival Bartòk+ Bel canto 2005 the great soprano Eva Marton sees in Kàtai her heir and the critics compare with young Callas.
She was awarded with Prize of Merit from the City of Miskolc and the Prize of Excellence for Donna Anna in Malta.
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