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Inva Mula was born in Albania and after triumph in a number of international competitions, including the Georges Enescu, Barcelona Madama Butterfly, and the 1993 First Placido Domingo Competition, was launched on an international career. She has appeared with Placido Domingo at the Opéra-Bastille in Paris, in Munich, Brussels and elsewhere. She has made her débuts in major opera houses, including the Paris Opéra, Bonn, Hamburg, the Vienna State Opera and the Verona Arena, as well as in leading venues in America, including her début at the Metropolitan Opera as Musetta in La Bohème. Collaboration with Riccardo Muti has brought appearances at La Scala and in major opera houses throughout Italy. She has won equal success in the concert hall. Inva Mula’s recordings include the rôle of Micaëla in Carmen, with Roberto Alagna and participation in Bizet’s Ivan IV.

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