Duo Nadia & Lucie


Lucia Szabová is a mezzosoprano from Slovakia. At the age of 19 she was a guest soloist at the Slovak National Theatre in Svätopluk (E. Suchoň).

She continued her studies at the Janáček’s Academy of Music in Brno, where she has also performed roles of Olga in Eugen Onegin and Dorabella from Cosi fan tutte at the Chamber Opera Brno.

In Denmark you could hear Lucie i.e., as a soloist at the Copenhagen Opera Festival in OPERAP (2018) and as a DUO with N. Okrusko in a solo pop-up concerts (2020), with opera trio Les Voix at the Herning Opera Festival or at The Royal Danish Opera House where she sings at the opera chorus and regularly takes chorus solos and smaller roles.


Nadia Okrusko (born 1989) is a graduate of Sankt Petersburg’s Rimksy-Korsakov Conservatoire and has a masters degree from Royal Danish Academy of Music.

She debuted as soloist at 15 years old, performing Mozart concerto with Kaunas chamber orchestra. In 2008, she won 1st prize at Rosalyn Tureck Bach competition in New York, USA. She has performed as soloist and chamber musician in many European countries, as well as in Mexico, Ecuador, USA and China.

In Denmark, Nadia has performed at Jewish Culture Festival, Copenhagen Opera Festival, Copenhagen Piano Festival, as well as as a soloist with Percurama percussion orchestra at Radiohuset hall in Copenhagen.

Duo 2 – A
Lucie Szabova (S) & Nadia Okrusko (P)

#1 I Seraillets Have A-minor
Carl Nielsen (1865-1931) / Jens Peter Jacobsen 1:30

#2 Genoveva med sit Barn i Fængslet D-minor
Peter Heise (1830-1879- / Ludwig Tieck 4:30

#3 Jag har ett hem vid havet E-minor
Gösta Nystroem (1890-1966 / Ragnar Jändel 4:00

#4 The forest is quiet all around (A les je tichy kolem)
Opus no. 55, G-major
Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904) / Adolf Heyduk 3:00

#5 Songs my mother taught me (Kdyz mne stara matka)
Opus no. 55, H-major
Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904 / Adolf Heyduk 2:30

#6 Wide sleeves (Siroke rukavy) Opus no. 58, F-major
Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904) / Adolf Heyduk 2:30

#7 The string is tuned (Struna naladena)
Opus no. 55, A-minor
Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904) / Adolf Heyduk 1:10