Polish Soprano Singer Dominika Zamara

Dominika Zamara  was born in Wrocław ( Poland ) In 2007 she had honours degree on Karol Lipinski Musical, academy in Wroclaw (vocal faculty).


Her professor was Barbara Ewa Werner. She received the one year lasting scholarship in the Italian Musical Conservatory in Verona, educated her voice in Italy at masters of bel-canto art such as: Bruno Pola, Alida Ferrarini, Mirella Freni, Alessandra Althoff-Pugliese. She works with numerous artistic agencies in Europe and the United States of America among them is


She sang in The National Theater in Montenegro, concerts with the symphony orchestra of Italian conductor Maestro Enrico De Mori concerts in Rome at Teatro Orione.

performed the tour in the United States together with the classical guitarist Stanley Alexandrowicz. She sang opera arias in the arrangement on spanish guitar and the contemporary music in New York, Boston, Washington D.C, Philadelphia, Princeton and Baltimore. She sang arias of Puccini in Dallas (Texas U.S.A.) with the symphony orchestra in the CICA Music Festival.


Soprano Dominika Zamara collaborated for the first time with Maestro Samer Hatoum by singing Arias for Mozart and a song called Addio composed by the legend composer and conductor Robert Butts from the United States of America which she sang with the Ploeisti Philharmonic Orchestra being the first guest with the program the Stars of Tomorrow which was established and run by maestro Samer Hatoum


More information about the soprano is available at http://www.dominikazamara.eu/