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Flesh-eating bacteria killed Zsolt Vadach

Flesh-eating bacteria killed Zsolt Vadach

As previously reported, on June 21, Zsolt Vadász, Budapest operetta theater artist, tragically passed away at the age of 51. After the artist developed a fever and an ambulance was called, he was placed on a ventilator in the hospital and his organs stopped working. His family and colleagues are unable to understand the tragedy and have been in shock ever since. General Manager of Operettszínház, Kiss-B. In an exclusive interview, Attila talks about the work and life of Zsolt Vadász for Tények.

One of the doctors also said that the infection can be picked up at any time, often through a wound and spread very quickly, especially if the patient does not receive proper treatment in time.

Budapest Operetta Theater considers Zsolt Vadász the dead man, and arrangements will be made for his funeral later.

Zsolt Vadash was born in Özd in 1972. He studied acting and singing at the Maria Jór Nagy Theater and at the Musical Acting Studio of the Budapest Operetta Theater.

  • From 1997 to 2001, he was a member of the Geza Gardone Theater in Eger, where he played leading roles in operettas and musicals.
  • Between 2000 and 2002, he played at the Csokonai Theater in Debrecen, where he was introduced to opera roles as well as operetta.
  • Since 2001, he has been an artist at Operettszínház in Budapest, playing the most popular roles in operetta literature.

He guest starred at the National Theater in Győr, Csokonai Theater in Debrecen, National Theater in Miskolc, National Theater in Pécs, Kasai State Theater and JK Tyla Theater in Plzeň.

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He has performed in New York, Chicago with the Chicago Symphony, Los Angeles at Walt Disney Concert Hall, Washington, Miami, Canada, Germany, Russia, Italy, Australia, Japan, China, Kazakhstan, Oman, Qatar, Brunei, Dubai, and the United Arab Emirates. . Filipino. .

In addition to Hungarian, it also appears in German, Slovak, Czech, Italian and Russian.

Among his major operetta roles were Edwin from The Sarcastic Queen, Tassilo from Countess Marika, Mr. Shi from The Circus Princess, Zhou Zong from The Land of Smiles, Jonel from Gypsy Love, Rene from The Count of Luxembourg, and Ottokar from Gypsy. Baron, István Barax of Magnas, and Balint Jancso of Lieutenant Maria.

In 2008, he won the operetta actor award for the season.

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