With this given name
Ailes Gilmour, pioneer of the American Modern Dance movement of the 1930s
Aile Asszonyi (born 1975)
Roger Ailes (19402017), president of America's Fox News Channel and chairman of the Fox Television Stations Group
Stephen Ailes (19122001), United States Secretary of the Army between 1964 and 1965
Sts'Ailes, First Nations people in the Lower Mainland of the Canadian province of British Columbia
Aile Castle, Vevey, Vaud, Switzerland
Les Ailes de la Mode (Les Ailes), a department store chain in the province of Quebec, Canada
Complexe Les Ailes (Montreal) (Ailes), a shopping mall in downtown Montreal named after Les Ailes de la Mode
Asszonyi was born in Vike-Maarja, Lne-Viru County. She studied singing at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre with Ivo Kuusk, Matti Pelo and Helin Kapten, earning her M.A. in 2002. She was a member of the young artist program at Opera Studio Nederland until 2004, where she studied with Henny Jana Diemer. She also studied in the prestigious private academy of Carlo Bergonzi in Italy.
Asszonyi started her career in the famous Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir (19951998). She made her operatic debut in 2000 as Despina in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Cos fan tutte at Theatre Vanemuine. She has since been highly active as an opera singer in her native country, singing such roles as Adina in Donizetti's L'elisir d'amore, Maria in Gaetano Donizetti's Maria Stuarda, Donna Anna and Donna Elvira in W. A. Mozart's Don Giovanni, Leonora in Beethoven's Fidelio, Miss Jessel in Britten's The Turn of the Screw and the title roles in Haydn's Armida, Verdi's Giovanna d'Arco, and Puccini's Suor Angelica among others. She also notably sang in the world premieres of Isidora ebeljan's Zora D (the title role) in 2003 and the role of Goddess Kali in "Dve glave i devoijka" in 2012.
Since 2010, she is engaged at the Estonian National Opera where her repertoire includes the roles of Amelia and Violetta in Giuseppe Verdi's "Un ballo in maschera", "La traviata", Fiordiligi in Mozart's Cos fan tutte, Mimi and Manon in Giacomo Puccini's "La bohme", "Manon Lescaut", Marguerite in Charles Gounod's "Faust", Rosalinde in Johann Strauss's "Die Fledermaus", Venus and Elisabeth in Richard Wagner's "Tannhuser" and Woman in Erkki-Sven Tr's Wallenberg.
She has worked with the conductors Jri Alperten, Daniel Hoyem Cavazza, Jos Cura, Olari Elts, Mihhail Gerts, Boudewijn Jansen, Risto Joost, Neeme Jrvi, Paavo Jrvi, Tnu Kaljuste, Jri Ruut Kangur, Toomas Kapten, Eri Klas, Mihkel Ktson, Paul Mgi, Premil Petrovic, David Porcelijn, Daniel Reuss, Gintaras Rinkeviius, Kaisa Roose, Vello Phn, Lauri Sirp, Bojan Sudjic, Arvo Volmer and with the stage directors Stefan Herheim, Hans Nieuwenhuis, Nicola Raab, David Pountney, Marcel Sijm, Dmitry Bertman, Priit Pedajas, Liis Kolle, Arne Mikk, Neeme Kuningas, Michiel Dijkema, Walter Sutcliffe, Ran A. Braun, Roman Hovenbitzer, Andrejs agars and Daniel Slater.
Asszonyi has performed at the Estonian National Opera, Teatro Siena, Kammeroper Wien, Novaya Opera Moscow, Theatre Vanemuine Tartu, Nargen Opera, Birgitta Opera Festival, Newport Music Festival (USA, 2004), 69 Settimana Musicale Senese Siena (Italy 2012), Music Biennale Zagreb (Croatia, 2007), Belgrade Bemus Festival (Serbia, 2004), Belarus State Opera, Latvian National Opera, Lithuanian National Opera and the Concertgebouw Amsterdam.