Opera singer László Haramza has died, the Opera House said on its social media page.
Opera singer László Haramza was born in 1961 in Mohács. He graduated from the Franciscan grammar school in Esztergom and graduated from JPTE with a degree in Hungarian singing. Until 2001 he was the soloist of the Pécs National Theater for nine seasons, until 2002 he was on stage at the Budapest Operetta Theater, and from 2003 he was a soloist at the Hungarian State Opera House.
As the head of the Opera Ambassador program, opera singer Éva Bátori remembered her colleague as follows:
“László Haramza gave his first performance in September 2014 within the framework of the MÁO Opera Ambassadors program. In almost 7 years he gave nearly 280 performances. One of the main goals of the program is to He was a real Ambassador to Baranya County, but he did the silence, faith, humility that the Ambassador program expected of him all over the country, and he was our Ambassador who took our news across the border, and He has given performances in many settlements of historical Hungary (Osijek, Cluj-Napoca, Oradea, Miercurea Ciuc, Košice, Fülek, Érsekújvár, Subotica, Zenta) We had many plans. to make a presentation on this topic, which is not only the Ambassador program, but also the Opera House Opera Academy program. it would have been a very valuable material for him as well. “