Annika Liljenroth has played several major opera and operetta parts, including Pamina, Gretel, Arminda (the leading role in La finta giardiniera), Countess Zedlau and many more on the stages of Wiener Konzerthaus, Stadttheater Baden, Stadttheater Leoben and the Stettin opera house, to name but a few. She also toured Europe several times as part of Heinz Hellberg's company Operettenbühne Wien, i.a. singing Fedora in Emmerich Kalman's “The Circus Princess” and Helene in Oscar Straus' “A Waltz Dream”. In 2011 she played Bellinda in the German original production of Enrico Michele Carafa's “Mariti! Aprite gli occhi“ .

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The Austro-Swedish soprano won a number of awards in international vocal competitions, i.a. finishing in second place in the International Nico Dostal Operetta Competition in Vienna and third in the International Singing Competition “Cantate” in Götzis , Austria .

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Annika Liljenroth did her vocal training at the Salzburg Mozarteum as well as at Konservatorium Wien University, where she attended the opera programme (Lucia Meschwitz and Michael Pinkerton) and the operetta programme (Head: Wolfgang Dosch).

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Individual coaching from Prof. Rotraud Hansmann and Christian Koch provided additional impulses, as did master classes with Kurt Moll and Inge Borgh, which she attended as the winner of the Gottlob Frick Competition to round off her artistic training. In January 2007 she reached the finals of the International Singing Competition Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg.

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Last summer saw the artist on stage with singers of Vienna's Volksoper company (Regula Rosin and Otoniel Gonzaga) at a concert organised by the Friends of the Volksoper Vienna at Schloss Eckartsau (piano: Wolfgang Fritzsche).

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In November 2011 the singer appeared in two recitals with orchestra in Mechelen , Belgium . After a Lieder recital in the spring of 2012 she will be back on stage as the leading lady in a new production at Neuburger Kammeroper in Germany .