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See the complete list of Operalia Winners

2019 – 2010

2009 – 2000

1998 – 1993

2016 – Guadalajara, Mexico

2015 – London, UK

2014 – Los Angeles, USA

2013 – Verona, Italy

2012 – Beijing, China

2011 – Moscow, Russia

2010 – Milan, Italy

2009 – Budapest, Hungary

2008 – Québec, Canada

2007 – Paris, France

2006 – Valencia, Spain

2005 – Madrid, Spain

2004 – Los Angeles, USA

2003 – Lake Constance Region

2002 – Paris, France

2001 – Washington D.C., USA

2000 – Los Angeles, USA

1999 – San Juan, Puerto Rico

1998 – Hamburg, Germany

1997 – Tokyo, Japan

1996 – Bordeaux, France

1995 – Madrid, Spain

1994 – Mexico City, Mexico

1993 – Paris, France

2019 – Prague, Czech Republic

First Prize

Adriana Gonzalez, soprano, Guatemala

Xabier Anduaga, tenor, Spain

Second Prize

Maria Kataeva, mezzo-soprano, Russia

Gihoon Kim, baritone, South Korea

Third Prize

Christina Nilsson, soprano, Sweden

Aryeh Nussbaum Cohen, countertenor, USA/Germany

Birgit Nilsson Prize

Felicia Moore, soprano, USA

Christina Nilsson, soprano, Sweden

Zarzuela Prize Pepita Embil de Domingo

Adriana Gonzalez, soprano, Guatemala

Zarzuela Prize Don Plácido Domingo

Xabier Anduaga, tenor, Spain

Prize of the Audience

Maria Kataeva, mezzo-soprano, Russia

Gihoon Kim, baritone, South Korea

CulturArte Prize

Anna Shapovalova, soprano, Russia

2018 – Lisbon, Portugal

First Prize

Emily D’Angelo, mezzo-soprano, Canada/Italy

Pavel Petrov, tenor, Belarus

Second Prize

Samantha Hankey, mezzo-soprano, USA

Migran Agadzhanyan, tenor, Russia

Third Prize

Rihab Chaieb, mezzo-soprano, Canada

Arseny Yakovlev, tenor, Russia

Birgit Nilsson Prize

Emily D’Angelo, mezzo-soprano, Canada/Italy

Samantha Hankey, mezzo-soprano, USA

Zarzuela Prize Pepita Embil de Domingo

Emily D’Angelo, mezzo-soprano, Canada/Italy

Zarzuela Prize Don Plácido Domingo

Pavel Petrov, tenor, Belarus

Luis Gomes, tenor, Portugal

Prize of the Audience

Emily D’Angelo, mezzo-soprano, Canada/Italy

Luis Gomes, tenor, Portugal

CulturArte Prize

Josy Santos, mezzo-soprano, Brazil

2017 – Astana, Kazakhstan

First Prize

Adela Zaharia, soprano – Romania

Levy Sekgapane, tenor – South Africa

Second Prize

Kristina Mkhitaryan, soprano – Russia

Davide Giusti, tenor – Italy

Third Prize

Maria Mudryak, soprano – Kazakhstan

Leon Kim, baritone – South Korea

Birgit Nilsson Prize

Oksana Sekerina, soprano – Russia

Boris Prýgl, bass-baritone – Czech Republic

Zarzuela Prize Pepita Embil de Domingo

Adela Zaharia, soprano – Romania

Zarzuela Prize Don Plácido Domingo

Marco Ciaponi, tenor – Italy

Luis Gomes, tenor, Portugal

Prize of the Audience

Maria Mudryak, soprano – Kazakhstan

Leon Kim, baritone – South Korea

CulturArte Prize

Sooyeon Lee, soprano – South Korea

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