Anné-Marie Condacse

soprano

Romanian-born soprano Anné-Marie Condacse began her musical training as a violin major at the George Enescu School of Music, Bucharest, Romania. She has been resident artist with the George Enescu Romanian National Philharmonic and she has appeared as guest soloist in productions of the National Romanian Opera, Ion Dacian Operetta Theater, Oradea Lyric Theater, Cairo Symphony, Woodlands Symphony, and the Moores Opera Center. As a concert artist and recitalist, Ms. Condacse has performed throughout the United States, Romania, France, Germany, Egypt, and Syria. She has appeared on programs broadcast on the Romanian National Television and Romanian National Radio.

Ms. Condacse’s operatic performance credits include: Corinna in Il Viaggio a Reims, Violetta in La Traviata, Musetta in La Bohème, Susanna in Le Nozze di Figaro, Blöndchen in Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Gretel in Hänsel und Gretel, Cecile de Volanges in Dangerous Liaisons, Adele in Die Fledermauss, Marcantonio in Casanova’s Home Coming, and First Nice in Peter Grimmes. Her concert performances include: Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Schumann’s Das Paradies und die Peri, Brahms’ Ein Deutsches Requiem, Fauré’s Requiem, Haydn’s Harmoniemesse, Haydn’s Missa in Angustis, Mozart’s Krönungsmesse, Mozart’s Vesperae solennes de Domenica, Mozart’s Requiem, Handel’s Messiah, Vivaldi’s Gloria, and Botti’s Cosmosis.

Her latest recording Anné-Marie Condacse Performing Chamber Music by Felicia Donceanu was released on Electrecord label.
Ms. Condacse received her Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Vocal Performance with a minor cognate area in Vocal Pedagogy and Vocal Science from University of Houston, and a Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance from Rice University. Her principal voice teachers have been Katherine Ciesinski, Joseph Evans, William Murray, Arta Florescu, and Venera Rogozea.
An USA Fulbright Scholar, Dr. Condacse served as affiliated faculty at the Cairo National Conservatoire of Music, and as guest artist at the American University in Cairo, Egypt. She also served as voice faculty and affiliated artist of the American Voices, teaching at the Higher Institute of Music in Damascus, Syria.

Dr. Condacse is Associate Professor of Vocal Studies and Opera at Oklahoma State University and on the faculty at School of International Studies.