Marcela Cerno

Marcela Cerno is a manifold artist. As her father was an opera singer himself, Marcela came into contact with music at a very early age. She studied at the university of Prag at Prof. Berman and Prof. Parikova (Prag) as well as at Kammersängerin Renate Holm (Wien). She already got her first engagements as a student in Prag and Pilsen. Later she moved to Vienna together with Jan Pospichal, Univ. Prof at the University for music and concert master of the Wiener Symphoniker.

Marcela Cerno began her carreer as a member of the ensemble at the Raimundtheater until she began to works as a self-employed singer in 1990. Her career is multifaceted: there ist the soubrette where she can be seen in the important roles of the opera repertoire. Moreover, there is the operetta, where a singer also needs a highly sophisticated voice e.g. Adele in Johann Strauss’ “Fledermaus”, Margit in Lehar’s “Wo die Lerche singt”. Marcela’s opera repertoire includes: Blondchen in Mozart’s “Die Entführung aus dem Serail”, Oscar in Verdi’s “Maskenball”, Marie in Lortzing’s “Zar und Zimmermann”, Gretel in Humperdinck’s “Hänsel und Gretel”, Olympia in Offenbach’s “Hoffmanns Erzählungen”, Najade in R. Strauss’ “Ariadne auf Naxos” and many more.