Opera and Voice Coach
Born in Bratislava, Slovakia and raised in France and Canada, pianist and conductor Miloš Repický is on the music staff of the Metropolitan Opera. At the Met he has played harsipchord continuo for Le nozze di Figaro and has led the musical preparation of Jenufa, Anna Bolena, The Death of Klinghoffer, and Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk, among many other operas. He has collaborated with the Cleveland Orchestra on productions of Pelléas et Mélisande and The Cunning Little Vixen, with the Lincoln Center Festival on Daphne, and with the Joffrey Ballet on Bluebeard's Castle and The Miraculous Mandarin. He has also worked with the Canadian Opera Company, Houston Grand Opera, Orquesta Nacional de Galicia, Royal Opera House Muscat in Oman, San Francisco Opera, the Spoleto Festival, and the Kennedy Center's World Stages Festival; and is artistic director of Music for Montauk.
As a pianist, Mr. Repický has collaborated with artists including Michèle Losier, Katherine Whyte, Elizabeth Zharoff, and Joshua Bloom at many of North America's premiere concert venues. He has performed at Alice Tully Hall, Carnegie Hall's Weill Hall, the Chicago Cultural Center, Montreal's Jeunesses-Musicales de Canada and the Banff Centre for the Arts. His performances have been heard on NPR, Performance Today, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, New York's WQXR Radio and CUNY TV.
Mr. Repický studied at the Manhattan School of Music with Warren Jones, and at the Music Academy of the West, the Merola Program at San Francisco Opera, and the Banff Centre.
Mr. Repický joined the faculty of the Curtis Institute of Music 2016 and is the faculty of the 2017 Young Artist Voice Program as part of Curtis Summerfest.