Despite a very limited last season, Lada as a new member of Theater Bonn successfully debuted in the title role of La Calisto (Cavalli) and the role of Nero (Agrippina). In the season 2021/2022 she will perform as Donna Anna (Don Giovanni), Gretel (Hänsel und Gretel), Laudine (Iwein), Tebaldo (Don Carlos) and will also return to the role of Clorinda (La Cenerentola).
Don’t miss the open air concert at Polná’s Castle, Lada and Petr will perform with famous opera arias and duets accompagnied by outstanding pianist Vincenzo Scalera.
Don’t miss a recording of New Year’s concert in Vienesse style with Janáček philharmonic. Lada performs Lehár and Strauss under the batton of Vasilij Sinaiskij.
“She’s great, she’s an element, she can make it to the semifinals and finals, she’s a real artist, you can be proud of her.”
Plácido Domingo for Czech TV
Soprano Lada Bočková has been a new member of the opera ensemble Theater Bonn in Germany since September 2020, where, despite a very limited last season, she successfully debuted in the title role of La Calisto (Cavalli) and the role of Nero (Agrippina). In the season 2021/2022 she will perform as Donna Anna (Don Giovanni), Gretel (Hänsel und Gretel), Laudine (Iwein), Tebaldo (Don Carlos) and will also return to the role of Clorinda (La Cenerentola). A graduate of JAMU in Brno, she has been a member of the opera studio at the Teatro Lirico Spoleto since April 2017, where she made her debut as Frasquita (Carmen), Dorina (L’impressario delle Canarie), Ivana (Re di Donne), Violetta (La Traviata) and Clorinda (La Cenerentola) at the prestigious Due Mondi Festival. In 2018, she performed the role of Olga (Die lustige Witwe) at the famous Teatro La Fenice in Venice and became a guest soloist at the National Theater in Brno and the Slovak National Theater in Bratislava, where she shone as Despina (Così fan tutte).
In 2019, she was the first Czech female singer in the history to successfully participate in two world singing competitions: Operalia of Plácido Domingo and The Queen Sonja Competition in Norway. She is also a laureate of the Interpretation Competition of the Czech Philharmonic in Prague, the Hilde Zadek Competition, Otto Edelmann competition in Austria and the “SWR Junge Opernstars” with the Deutsche Radio Philharmonie in Germany. She performs with leading Czech orchestras (Czech Philharmonic, PKF – Prague Philharmonia, Bohuslav Martinů Philharmonic, Janáček Philharmonic).