Anda-Louise Bogza has performed in well-renowned opera houses throughout Europe and overseas. She was successful as AIDA at the VIENNA STATE OPERA, BERLIN STATE OPERA, DEUTSCHE OPER BERLIN, and the Opera Leipzig. She has made a big impression as TOSCA at the festival MAGGIO MUSICALE Fiorentino - Florence, at the Bavarian State Opera Munich (conductor Zubin Mehta), Frankfurt Opera, L´Opéra National de Bordeaux, New Israeli Opera Tel Aviv, Grand Théâtre de Luxembourg, SEMPEROPER Dresden - conductor Fabio Luisi, stage director Johannes Schaaf), ARENA di VERONA - (TOSCA - conductor P. Morandi, stage director Hugo de Ana), TOSCA in TEATRO dell´ OPERA di ROMA and at the National Operas of Bratislava, Prague, Bucharest and in Japan. She has sung the role of Katya KABANOVA ("Katia") in Tokyo (SUNTORY HALL), at the Janáček Opera and at the State Opera Prague and the role of DONNA ANNA at the Opera Marseille. She performed MINNIE in Puccini´s "La Fanciulla del West", MANON LESCAUT (Manon) in Teatro Filarmonico Verona (stage director Graham Vick) and ABIGAILLE ("Nabucco") at the Odeon Acropolis Theatre in Athens. She made her successful debut at the Opéra National de Paris BASTILLE, SEMPEROPER and THÉÂTRE ROYAL de la MONNAIE ("Rusalka") and she sang the title role of RUSALKA at the TEATRO dell´ OPERA di ROMA (conductor Günter Neuhold).
The repertoire of the artist also includes the part of LEONORA (Verdi -"Il Trovatore"), which she sang at the ARENA di VERONA (stage director Franco Zeffirelli, conductor Marco Armiliato), HAMBURG STATE OPERA, the Budapest State Opera, the Royal Opera Copenhagen, at the TEATRO de la MAESTRANZA Sevilla (conductor Maurizio Arena), in Italy and the USA. She has also recorded a complete version of "Il Trovatore" (Leonora), released by ARTE NOVA Classics. Moreover a portrait of the artist with Italian arias was released by the Arte Nova Classics and also under the label DECCA Pavel Haas´opera "Der Scharlatan" (Rosina).
Anda-Louise Bogza studied at the "George Enescu" Conservatory and at the Academy of Music in Bucharestand Prague (piano, singing and harpsichord).
The initial engagements brought the artist to the Prague State Opera and to the National Theatre Prague - two houses in which she can be seen in the following roles: KATYA ("Katya Kabanová"), JENŮFA ("Jenůfa"), SINA (Hans Krasa "Verlobung im Traum"), DONNA ANNA ("Don Giovanni"), LEONORA ("Il Trovatore"), AIDA ("Aida"), TOSCA ("Tosca"), GIORGETTA ("Il Tabarro"), AMELIA ("Un ballo in maschera"), ELISABETTA ("Don Carlo"), LISA ("Pique Dame"), MINNIE ("La Fanciulla del West"), MANON ("Manon Lescaut"), ABIGAILLE ("Nabucco"), RUSALKA, DESDEMONA ("Otello"), TURANDOT ("Turandot"), ELISABETTA ("Don Carlo"), SANTUZZA ("Cavalleria rusticana").
She received the First Prize and the Audience Award at the Vienna International Singing Competition and the "THALIA Award" for her role of MINNIE in Puccini´s "LA FANCIULLA DEL WEST".
She has also performed at the MUSIKVEREINSSAAL VIENNA (Verdi - "Requiem", Schubert - "Mass Es dur", Haydn - "Jahreszeiten"), FESTSPIELHAUS SALZBURG - Mozartemu Orchestra (Verdi -"Requiem"), ROYAL ALBERT HALL London (Dvořák - "The Spectre´s Bride"), Brucknerhaus Linz (Janáček - "Glagolitic Mass"), Liederhalle Stuttgart (Rachmaninov - "The Bells"), Auditorio Nacional Madrid (Beethoven - "IX. Symphony", Dvořák - "The Spectre´s Bride"), Czech Philharmonic Prague (Dvořák - "Stabat Mater", Mahler - "II., IV. Symphony", Martinů - "The Epic of Gilgamesh", Verdi - "Requiem"), Bucharest Radio Hall (Brahms - "Ein Deutsches Requiem"), Châtelet Paris, the Opera House Nice, at the National Concert Hall Dublin, Bilbao Auditorium Euskalduna (Verdi - "Requiem"), Riga, Tokyo, Taipei with renowned orchestras such as the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Orchestra London, GEWANDHAUSORCHESTER Leipzig and the Stuttgart Philharmonic Orchestra.
Anda-Louise Bogza has worked with such conductors as Zubin Mehta, Maurizio Arena, Fabio Luisi, Günter Neuhold, PierGiorgio Morandi, Renato Palumbo, Marco Armiliato, Adam Fischer, Ascher Fisch, Dan Ettinger, Niksa Bareza, Michail Jurovski, F. M. Carminati, Jiří Bělohlávek, Carlo Franci, Jim Wang, Jan Latham-Koenig, John Fiore, Hilary Griffiths, Marco Balderi, Claudio Desderi, Vjekoslav Sutej, Leopold Hager, Jun Märkl, Alexander Vedernikov and with such stage directors as Franco Zeffirelli, Robert Carsen, Hugo de Ana, Nicholas Joel, Graham Vick, Filippo Crivelli, Johannes Schaaf, Alberto Fassini, Manfred Schweigkofler, Mario Corradi, Marco Gandini, Stefan Herheim, B. Corsetti, Götz Friedrich, Vladimír Morávek, Mario Pontiggia.