Trained in Los Angeles, at
Hungary’s Franz Liszt Music Academy and in the UK, Anikó has performed in LA’s
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, the Millennium Theatre of Budapest, and London’s
Royal Albert Hall, as well as Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall and The Sage @
Performing with a variety of collaborators, from Meredith Monk to Manchester’s
Hallé Choir, she has been broadcast on BBC Four, BBC Radio 3 & 4, PBS
(USA), and Bartók Rádió (Hungary).
with a sweet tone that
goes from breathy and light to sultry to powerful.
"Gorgeous voice." - David Lowther, Nexus Arts Cafe, Manchester
"Stunning. Your voice is wonderful and you have a keen insight into what the song means." - Jordan Cannady via Soundcloud
"Absolutely brilliant! Thanks for your warm voice." - Jan Kopinski, Mirrors
Anikó Sings... Mirrors, Jan Kopinski's cross-genre Jazz-Folk-Improvisation piece
Anikó Sings... Contemporary Music
She premiered new electroacoustic and live vocal piece ELEGEIA by Nikos Stavropoulos and Anikó Tóth in Corfu, Greece, with several performances in the UK, as well as at the ICMC Athens, 2014.
Anikó Sings... 'deeper than all roses' by Stephen Davismoon
Anikó Sings... Cole Porter & Friends
"Her stunning voice and great performance gave us all a night to remember. That was really something very special."
sings… Contemporary Classical. In Vienna, she recently created Anna
(soprano) in Stephen Kilpatrick's music theatre piece 'The Night Bride',
libretto Mike Sizemore, with Psappha Ensemble’s Tim Williams
(cimbalom). She also recorded the Narrator and Brides, voiceover (tape).
Anikó created the roles of Ilona and Linda in contemporary
opera Flight Paths, one of the curated strands of the 2012
Olympic celebrations. Colleagues included soprano Nadine Mortimer-Smith, mezzo
Taylor Wilson, with Jonathan Lo conducting.
motherhood, relationships past and present, this purely female piece
poignantly explores deep emotional bonds near and 'across many waters', using ocean images through
video, text and music, which includes Hungarian folk music and lullabies.
"These are children’s songs set for an adult audience, inhabiting a sometimes dark, turbulent, manic and scatty world." - Marc Yeats
The Manchester Camerata, under the baton of conductor Gavin Wayte, create this scatty world, within which resides a Character, portrayed by soprano Anikó Tóth, who seems to embody the changeable nature of Yeats' dynamic contemporary score.
This original electroacoustic piece with live vocals is a distillation of the sounds of grief. ELEGEIA has been programmed for several international festivals (see below), including the above prestigious ICMC 2014.
on Greek death vigil vocalisation (Miroloi), and lamentation singing (Amannes) and Hungarian folk lamentation singing, the title translates as Elegy.
Other performances of ELEGEIA:
International Festival for Innovations in Music Production and Composition 2014 13 March 2014
Listening Cities 2013 Corfu, Greece World Premiere performance 26 June 2013 Salford Sonic Fusion Festival 2014
I have a smooth American female voice type. 30s - 40s professional, assured reassuring, sensual
American accents: Neutral US, Native Californian, Southern, East Coast Other accents include: French, Spanish, Hungarian Alt language: Hungarian Other skills: Professional singer (Classical, Jazz, Contemporary)
Interests: Documentary, Radio Drama, Commercial, Corporate