Izabela Lovišková is an opera,pop and jazz singer.
She was born on 18th of March in 1992, in Bratislava (Slovakia), as the youngest of three children in an artistic family. Her father Viliam Loviška and mother Marcela Lovišková are famous Slovak artists and sculptures so she has got a strong background in the field of art since she was a child. She took a voice lessons in music school as well as a lessons of recorder flute and dance.
In 2007 she started to study at the School of Applied Arts in Bratislava , department of fashion design. At the same time she was studying the voice at Conservatory in Bratislava with doc.Mgr.art. Elena Holičková, ArtD., with whom she studied for a six year.
In 2010 she and her sister Laura Lovišková formed a music group – Ecetera band (music genre: minimal alternative progressive rock). They have a lot of performances in Slovakia and Czech Republic. They cooperated with a several music bands, musicians and artists f.e. Jan Berky Mrenica, Andrea Bučková, Alexandra Sniezek, Ella Vlašičová, Pilot Jr. (AT), Claire Paugam. This year they will release their debut album “HERBERGI”. After finishing her study at Conservatory she went to Academy of Music and Performing Arts and she took a voice lessons with doc.Mgr.art Hana Štolfová-Bandová, ArtD. After three years she got a bachelor diploma.
In 2016 she started to study a master degree at the same academy. During this period she took the Erasmus+ program and she studied in University of Stavanger-Institute for Music and Dance with Bettina Smith for a year. After this exchange program she decided to continue her master degree in Stavanger.
During her studies she participated in Opera project W. A. Mozart “The Marriage of Figaro”, Opera project J. Haydn-La canterina and B. Martinu-Knife’s Tears, Norwegian music day “Grieg Day” in Bratislava,Slovakia, “ Poetens hjerte Sanger av Robert Schuman” in Stavanger, Requiem “ Pie Jesu” by Mauric Duruflé, Stavanger Domkirke in Norway, Opera project IMD students and Hå Kulturskole in Sandnes, “Storslått Operagalla in Stavanger konserthus/ Sandnes kulturhus. She was cooperating with Beryl Foster, Elizabeth Norbert-Schulz, Salvatore Scinaldi, Matthew Marriott, Carlo Allemano, Erling Eriksen.