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Magdalena Moulson

Senior Lecturer, Voice    
Biography

Magdalena Moulson, soprano, was born in Poland where she received the Master of Arts degrees at the State University of Music in Warsaw. She started her career at Warsaw Opera and Operetta and Komische Oper Berlin where she regularly worked with director Walter Felsenstein. Her debut was Oscar in A Masked Ball by Verdi and her American debut was at Wolf Trap Summer Music Festival. During the 25 years of her career she appeared in numerous roles, including Pamina in The Magic Flute, Marzelina in Fidelio, the Countess in The Marriage of Figaro, Elvira inDon Giovanni, Tatyanta in Eugene Onegin, Michaela in Carmen and others. She is also active as a concert soloist and has performed with Kurt Masur and Gewandhaus Orchestra Leipzig. She currently serves as an adjunct professor in voice at the Georgia State University School of Music.