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(177 cm)


Soprano Andreea Novac is born in Bucharest, Romania and attended the “Mihai Viteazu” National College, the Academy of Economic Studies and the National University of Music in Bucharest.

She started studying singing with the regretted soprano Mariana Stoica and followed the Master in Musical Performance at UNMB in the class of Prof. Dr. Cristina Șoreanu.

She is the laureate of the Hariclea Darclée International Singing Competition, of the Romanian Lied Interpretation Competition, of the Mihail Jora Competition and of the Paul Constantinescu Competition.

The soprano role in “Moșii” cantata, by Adrian Iorgulescu, gave her the first meeting with the stage of the Bucharest National Opera, during SIMN 2011 (New Music International Week). In 2015 she debuted in the role of Taumännchen in Hänsel und Gretel by E. Humperdinck. More role debuts followed in Nabucco, Aida, Carmen, Le nozze di Figaro, Don Carlo, Suor Angelica, L'elisir d'Amore, etc.  Since then, she has been present in ONB performances, concerts and recitals. Beginning with 2018, she is a permanent member of the ONB soloists ensemble.

In parallel, Andreea Novac collaborated with the Romanian National Opera in Cluj (Musetta - La Bohème), with the National Radio Orchestra in the Strauss 150 Concert Event (Echo - Ariadne auf Naxos, live radio broadcasted), with the Hungarian Opera in Cluj (Micaela - La tragédie de Carmen), with the Ion Dacian Operetta Theater  (Rosalinde - Die Fledermaus), with the George Enescu Bucharest Philharmonic (recital of arias and duets), with the Iași Moldova Philharmonic (9th Symphony - L.v. Beethoven), with the Muntenia Târgoviște Philharmonic (Concert 7 Divas), with the Pitești Philharmonic (Stabat Mater - G.B. Pergolesi), George Enescu Museum (“Remember Anatol Vieru” recital during the Meridian International New Music Festival 2018), with the Cultural Romanian Radio (recorded show with George Enescu and Anatol Vieru music) and many others.
Future engagements include, besides the 2020-2021 Season at the Bucharest National Opera, a Beethoven Lieder evening at the George Enescu Museum in this summer and a recital in the Meridian International New Music Festival 2020, with Romanian and international contemporary opera arias and Lieder.


“In the role of Tebaldo - the young soprano Andreea Novac, with an elegant and enchanting stage presence, which conquers, both, through the beautiful voice and the plasticity of her acting.”
“A lovely Tebaldo, alive, charming and real, who entertains the spectator.”
“Don Carlo”, Bucharest National Opera - review, 10 May 2019, 23 May 2019
Author: Liliana Ciobanu
Source: Umbre târzii (Late shadows) - Art Blog

“... soprano Andreea Novac (Echo) stood out for her quality and adequate line”
“Ariadne auf Naxos”, Bucharest Radio Hall - review “A won bet”, 7 February 2014
Author: Anca Florea
Source:, Culture Section

“Soprano Andreea Novac, a voice beautifully developed in the role of the High Priestess”
“Aida”, Bucharest National Opera - review, 11 November 2017
Author: Costin Popa
Source:, culture organization site

“Soprano Andreea Novac - Anna, whose high notes floated all over the final ensemble”
“Nabucco”, Bucharest National Opera - review, 2 March 2017
Author: Costin Popa
Source: “Cultura” Magazine Blog

“The role [Musetta] was played by the guest soprano Andreea Novac. I knew almost nothing about her before the show, so I was pleasantly surprised to hear a good quality lyrical soprano voice coming to us from the capital city. All the sequences were excellently sang and the acting was convincing. Therefore we expect a quick return, in a bigger role.”
“La Bohème”, Cluj Romanian Opera - review, 26 February 2018
Author: Adrian Diaconu
Source: Adrian Diaconu Facebook Blog

“[...], and soprano Andreea Novac as Countess Ceprano, drawing attention with the clarity of her vocal line, even in the very few lines [...]”
“Rigoletto”, Bucharest National Opera - review, 23 May 2017
Author: Anca Florea



Andreea Novac, Soprano

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