Nadia CerchezThe soprano Nadia Cerchez was born in Orhei, Republic of Moldova in 16 September 1985. After completing the Faculty of Music, Theater and Fine Arts in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova, she continued her Master Studies in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, at „Gheorghe Dima” Music Academy. She is a native speaker of Romanian and Russian, but also knows Italian, French and German. Critics describe her as having „impressive ease, confidence, musicality in her voice, scattering the hardest coloratura”.

In 2006, she gave her stage debut as Elvira in „Don Giovanni”, W. A. Mozart, at the Hungarian Opera in Cluj-Napoca. In 2013, at the Cluj-Napoca, Romanian Opera, she performed as Liu in „Turandot” G. Puccini, Vitellia in „La clemenza di Tito” W.A. Mozart and Micaela in „Carmen” G. Bizet.

In 2014, she performed with great success as Lady Macbeth in „Macbeth”, G. Verdi, at the National Theatre of Szeged, Hungary.

In 2015, she returned in March at the National Theatre of Szeged, Hungary, performing Floria Tosca in „Tosca”, G. Puccini. In May, she performed again as Lady Macbeth in „Macbeth”, G. Verdi and she was awarded „Best Soprano Singer” and Dömötör Price for her great success in this role. At the end of the year she is invited by the Romanian Opera from Iași to perform Floria Tosca in an anniversary „Tosca”, G. Puccini.

In 2016, she makes a remarkable debut as Tatiana in „Eugene Onegin”, P. I. Tchaikovsky, at the Romanian Opera in Cluj-Napoca. Later in the spring she gets the audience in suspense with her dream role debut as Leonora in „The Troubadour”, G. Verdi, at the National Theatre of Szeged, Hungary.

In 2017, she debuts as Marguerite in „Faust”, C. Gounod, at the National Theatre of Szeged, Hungary. Later in the summer she takes part in the famous international Plácido Domingo's Operalia competition in Astana, Kazakhstan, where she qualifies in the final stage.

With great joy, she studies and performes one of the key roles for her voice, Elvira, from „Ernani”, G. Verdi, in 2018 at the National Theatre of Szeged, Hungary.