(…) a voice with an exceptionally beautiful, and at the same time individual timbre, lirico spinto type. Round, noble, focused and at the same time rich in aliquots. She has developed such an excellent technique that this voice is fully obedient to her, it seems that she can sing everything with it... (…) Piotr Nędzyński


    Polish soprano Marcelina Román comes from a musical family, she is a third-generation opera singer and her father is a double bass player.

She began her musical education as a violinist and then received her diploma at the Karol Lipiński Academy of Music in Wrocław in the class of her mother, Prof. María Czechowska-Królicka. She was also a scholarship holder at the Riga Academy of Music (Prof. Lilija Greidane) and Soroptimist International. In 2018 she completed herPhD  studies.


    Her professional stage and role debiut was as a Violetta in “La Traviata” by G. Verdi with Andriy Yurkevych conducting and she won the Jan Kiepura Prize for “Female debiut of the Year”.


    Marcelina is a laureate and winner of more than 20 prizes in international competitions, among others: I  Eva Marton Voice  Competition, Hungary; IVC’s-Hertogenbosch; The Netherlands; Jāzeps Vītols Vocal Competition in Latvia; Adam Didur Singing Competition in Polonia. After her spectacular success as «Armide» J.B.Lully she was named «Operatic Revelation of Year».


2024 | JUl | 15, 17, 18, 20


Carl Orff


2025 | JUN | 29

Symphony No 2 (Lobgesang)

| F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy

Konzerthalle 'Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach' Frankfurt (Oder)



Marcelina Román gained recognition as a mature interpreter of Violetta’s aria “with a fan” from “La Traviata” by Giuseppe Verdi, manipulating with a subtle articulation, broad dynamic range and effortlessness in her coloratura technique.



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