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With the sensational debut as Queen of the Night in Mozart's "Magic Flute" at the Vienna State Opera and Lucia in "Lucia di Lammermoor" in Basel, then 19 year-old Eva Lind began a steep international career with appearances on the stages of major opera and opera Concert halls of the world: Milan (Teatro alla Scala), Berlin (German Opera, Staatsoper unter den Linden, Philharmonic), Munich (Bavarian State Opera, Herkulessaal, Philharmonie am Gasteig), Hamburg (Hamburg State Opera), Paris (Théatre des Champs Elysées), London (Royal Albert Hall, Royal Festival Hall), Madrid (Teatro de la Zarzuela), Zurich (Opera House, Tonhalle), New York (Carnegie Hall), Washington (National Gallery of Arts), Buenos Aires (Teatro Colon), Beijing ( National Theater), Shanghai (Opera House), Tokyo (Suntory Hall, Tokyo Opera City) and many more

With her crystal-clear voice and sympathetic charisma, Eva Lind is one of today's best-known and most popular classical singers of our time.

Her heart beats for the opera
On the opera stage, she knows how to brilliantly interpret and embody countless roles in her field, such as Konstanze ("The Abduction from the Seraglio"), Gilda ("Rigoletto"), Juliette ("Roméo et Juliette"), Nedda ( "I Pagliacci"), Amina ("La Sonnambula"), Rosalinde ("The Bat"), Violetta ("La Traviata") and many more.

A popular song and concert singer
Her concert tours have taken her around the globe for many years. No matter if Eva Lind occurs in Europe, Africa, North and South America or in the Asian region (especially China): she enthuses people everywhere with her unique voice. Her repertoire includes Mozart, Schubert, Brahms, Wolf, Strauss, Schumann, Mendelssohn, Berg, Fauré, Debussy, Satie and others. Her concert repertoire includes "Missa in C Minor" - Mozart, "Missa Solemnis" and the "Ninth" - Beethoven, "The Creation" - Haydn, "A German Requiem" - Brahms, "Lobgesang" - Mendelssohn, "Carmina Burana" - Orff, "Gloria" - Poulenc and much more. As a welcome guest, Eva Lind also appeared at the most important festivals: Salzburg Festival, Arena di Verona, Glyndebourne Festival, Munich Opera Festival, Innsbruck Festival of Early Music, Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival and others

In the circle of the big ones
Joining forces with top stars such as José Carreras, Luciano Pavarotti or Placido Domingo and collaborating with world-class conductors such as Riccardo Muti, Claudio Abbado, Sir George Solti, Sir Neville Marriner, Daniel Barenboim, Kurt Masur, Sir André Previn or Seji Ozawa impressively confirm that World format of the Innsbruck-born soprano and made them known to a broad public.