Anna Neufeld, soprano

Maia Leluashvili, piano

Germany / Georgia

Anna Neufeld

 

The young German-Russian soprano Anna Neufeld (born 1983) was born in Kazakhstan. Her broad repertoire ranges from Russian literature such as Tchaikovsky to Italian literature such as Puccini, Verdi and Mascagni to German literature such as Wagner.
In 2017 Anna Neufeld completed her master's degree at the renowned Detmold Opera School with Prof. Susan Anthony and Prof. Caroline Thomas. During her studies she made her debut in “Le Nozze der Figaro” (Countess), “Zanetto” (Silvia), “Queen of Spades” (Lisa), “Tosca” (Tosca), “Ariadne auf Naxos” (Ariadne), “Suor Angelica” "Angelica", "Cavalleria Rusticana" (Santuzza).
In August 2016 Anna Neufeld was the winner of the first prize at the international singing competition TIM-Torneo Internationale di Musica in Turin.
In January 2015 she won the Richard Wagner Competition in Leipzig and thus became a scholarship holder of the Richard Wagner Foundation Leipzig.
From 2008 to 2012 she studied music education at the Johannes Brahms Conservatory in Hamburg, majoring in singing with Valentina Aleksandrova. In 2014 she completed her bachelor's degree with Prof. Franz-Josef Einhaus at the Musikhochschule in Lübeck and was heard in several university productions at the Kiel Theater.
She received further impulses for her artistic development from master classes with renowned singers such as

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Maia Leluashvili

 

Maia Leluashvili was born in Georgia and began her musical career on the piano at the age of five. At the age of ten she made her debut with orchestra and in 2004 won third place in the 4th city competition in Tbilisi.
In 2009 she graduated from the state high school for particularly talented musicians.
From 2009-2015 she studied at the Tbilisi Conservatory for her bachelor's degree. She received the award "Best Student" and was a scholarship holder of the Conservatory from 2009-2012.
She successfully completed her diploma studies at the Johannes Brahms Conservatory with a major in piano in 2016 with Prof. Elena Sukmanova.
She played numerous concerts such as: Concert with the orchestra of the Johannes Brahms Conservatory in Hamburg 2015, 2015 solo concert in Tbilisi, 2012 “Spring Festival” Kulturhaus-Chiatura.
She attended several master classes, including M.Ubilava, N.Gvetadze, A.Takidze and T.Akhobadze.

Program

Franz Schubert

Memnon D.541

Lied eines Schiffers an die Dioskuren D.360

Johannes Brahms

An eine Äolsharfe Op.19, Nr.5

Sapphische Ode Op.94, Nr.4

Hugo Wolf

Anakreons Grab

Bolko von Hochberg

Gute Nacht Op. 31, Nr.2

Maurice Ravel

Cinq melodies populaires grecques:
ii. Lá-bas, vers l´église
 

Arthur Lourié

Griechische Lieder nach Dichtung von Sappho, Band 2

vii.-viii. From the Wedding songs  (i,ii) ix-x. Erotic fragment (i,ii) xi. Expectation, xii. Erotic fragment iii

Georgios Kasassoglou

Archäische Miniatur (Αρχαϊκή μινιατούρα)

Charles Gounod

A une jeune grecque CD.324

Franz Schubert

Ganymed D.544

Atys D.585

 

Ludwig Obst, tenor

Stefan Paul, piano

Germany / Germany

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Ludwig Obst

The tenor Ludwig Obst (born 1991), who lives in Berlin, was awarded the research grant for the performing arts of the State of Berlin in 2020. In the same year he was invited to perform two recitals there as a prize winner of the Rheinsberg Castle Chamber Opera competition. He began his musical training with the Tölzer Knabenchor and, after graduating from high school, studied singing at the Hanns Eisler Music Academy in Berlin and at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama London. Bernd Riedel, Wolfram Rieger and Júlia Várady were among his teachers. He is currently being looked after by Sami Kustaloglu. Ludwig Obst sang at the Handel Festival in Halle, the Innsbruck Early Music Festival, the Munich Biennale and in the carpentry of the Deutsche Oper Berlin. In 2019 he opened the Steirischer Herbst in Graz with Voicers by Zorka Wollny and took part in THE BODY MEMORY at Ballhaus Ost (BAM! Festival) and LOFFT Leipzig. In 2021 he will return to both houses with “Ubi caritas” by Wenzel U. Voecks. Ludwig Obst was a scholarship holder of the German National Academic Foundation, the Richard Wagner Association Munich and a Britten Pears Young Artist. In addition to his vocal activities, he studied theater studies at the Free University of Berlin and is increasingly devoting himself to his own dramaturgical work. This is how I AM LIBERATION was born, an interdisciplinary performance that was invited to the Performing Arts Festival in 2019. He is also a founding member of tutti d * amore, the Berlin collective for Berlin oper * ette.

(www.ludwigobst.de)

Stefan Paul

 

Stefan Paul studied piano in Berlin at the Hanns Eisler Academy of Music. There he received particularly valuable input from Wolfram Rieger, Eric Schneider and Klaus Bäßler, among others. During his studies his love for 20th century music and music theater developed. stefanpaul performs regularly as a song accompanist, was a finalist in the 6th International Competition "Franz Schubert and Modern Music" in Graz in the Lied Duo category in 2006, received a scholarship from the Paula and Albert Salomon Foundation and, together with Hanna Herfurtner, won first place in 2010. Prize at the Paula Salomon Lied Competition, with which he made his debut at the Vienna Konzerthaus in 2012. Since 2003 he has been teaching as a companion in Prof. Axel Bauni's interpretation class for contemporary song at the UdK. In addition to numerous freelance projects, he was active as a musician and performer in various productions at the Volksbühne Berlin between 2008 and 2013, where he worked with Frank Castorf and Vegard Vinge, among others
worked together. In 2009 he directed "The Telephone" and "The Letter" at the English Theater in Berlin. In 2014 he edited the incidental music by Hanns Eisler for Brecht's “Life of Galilei” at the Deutsches Theater Göttingen, directed by Michael von zur Mühlen, with whom he worked in Darmstadt in 2015 for the
Performance series "Debt - A Liberation" collaborated again.

Program

Franz Schubert

An die Leier

Prometheus

Ganymed

Hugo Wolf

Anakreons Grab IHV 10, Nr.29

Jean Coulthard

Three ancient memories of Greece

ii. What rapture could I take from song

Feliks Nowowiejski

Róże dla Safo

i. Glykopikros

iii. Smierć Safo

Georgios Kasassoglou

April mit dem Eros (Ο απρίλης με τον έρωτα)

Barmherzige Mutter (Μητέρα μεγαλόψυχη)

Charles Gounod

Maid of Athens CG.406

Franz Schubert

Lied eines Schiffers an die Dioskuren

Lied des Orpheus, als er in die Hölle ging

 

Jeremy Osborne, baritone

Bonnie Wagner, piano

USA / USA

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Jeremy Osborne

 

The American baritone Jeremy Osborne (born 1986) has lived in Germany since 2014, where he is currently studying with soprano Janet Williams and can be seen in numerous performances. He studied at the University of Central Arkansas and the Peabody Institute in Baltimore in the vocal studio of the renowned bass baritone John Shirley-Quirk. Since 2017 he has been singing in the ExtraChor of the Deutsche Oper Berlin in performances such as Christof Loy's production of Korngold's Das Wunder der Heliane and Frank Castorf's production of the Verdi classic La Forza del Destino.
He has also appeared as a choir assistant at the Komische Oper in Prokofiev's The Love for the Three Oranges and Pierangelo Valtinoni's children's opera The Wizard of Oz.
Since 2017 he has developed a fruitful collaboration with the pianist Bonnie Wagner, with whom he has performed several concerts, primarily with the music of Franz Schubert. In 2017 he sang the Winterreise for the first time, accompanied by Mrs. Wagner, followed by Schwanengesang in 2019. A concert planned for 2020 with exclusively French music will now take place in 2021.

Bonnie Wagner

 

Bonnie Wagner is a pianist with over 15 years of experience as a solo coach. In 2020 she moved to Krefeld; Before that she worked for eight years in Berlin, first at the Komische Oper Berlin, then at the State Opera Unter den Linden. From 2004 to 2012 she worked in Philadelphia as an opera and vocal coach at the Curtis Institute for Music and as a répétiteur at the Opera Company of Philadelphia. Engagements at various festivals brought her to Tanglewood, Chautauqua and Belle-Île-en-Mer in France, among others. Bonnie studied with Martin Katz and graduated from the University of Michigan with a Master of Music. In 2008 she was able to deepen her special knowledge of lied with Helmut Deutsch in Munich.

Program

Franz Schubert

Ganymed D544

Der zürnenden Diana D707

Gruppe aus dem Tartarus D587

Johannes Brahms

An eine Äolsharfe Op.19, Nr.5

Sapphische Ode Op.94, Nr.4

Charles Gounod

A une jeune grecque CG 324

Hugo Wolf

Anakreons Grab IHV 10, Nr.29

Georgios Kasassoglou

Im Schatten Hand in Hand (Στη σκιά χειροποιασμένες)

April mit dem Eros (Ο απρίλης με τον έρωτα)

Charles Gounod

A une jeune grecque CG.324

Franz Schubert

Atys D.585

Gruppe aus dem Tartarus D.583

 

Anna Padalko, mezzo-soprano

Dimitri Grigoriev, piano

Russia / Russia

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Anna Padalko

 

Anna Padalko was born on August 7th, 1992 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Her musical career began in 1998 in a music school. Later she switched to the Rimskij-Korsakov Music School, which she graduated with honors in the subject "Choral Conducting". In 2011-2016 she studied at the Petersburg Conservatory in the same subject, which she also graduated with honors. At the same time, she continuously took singing lessons and also developed herself as a singer. From 2012-2019 she was a soloist with the Petersburg Concert Choir. Since 2015 Anna Padalko has appeared regularly as a soloist in Russia and Germany. Her repertoire includes Pergolesi's Stabat Mater, Bach's St. John Passion, Christmas Oratorio and Mass in B minor, Zelenka's Missa Dei Patris, Vivaldi's Gloria, Mozart's Requiem, Spaur Mass and Coronation Mass, Beethoven's C major Mass, Mahler's 2nd Symphony, Duruflé's Requiem and Stravinsky's Les noces. From 2019 Padalko will continue her vocal studies with Prof. Heidrun Luchterhandt at the University of Church Music in Herford. In August 2020 she actively participated in a master class given by Prof. Christoph Prégardien.

Dimitri Grigoriev

 

Dmitri Grigoriev was born in St. Petersburg (Russia) in 1979 and studied organ and piano after taking private lessons at the conservatories in St. Petersburg and Kazan, where he completed his studies in 2007 with the state concert exam. Grigoriev has lived in Germany since 2006, where he passed his B and A exams at the Herford School of Church Music. Grigoriev is the winner of the organ improvisation competition "Westfalen-Impro 5". In 2016 he completed his master’s exam in organ improvisation at the Robert Schumann University in Düsseldorf, and in 2018 the concert exam in the same subject. Grigoriev performs as an organist and pianist with various soloists and regularly gives organ concerts at home and abroad. In August 2012, Dmitri Grigoriev was appointed to Lüdenscheid as district cantor in the Lüdenscheid-Plettenberg parish.

Program

Franz Schubert

Ganymed

An die Leier

Claude Debussy

Trois Chansons de Bilitis

i. a flûte de Pan

ii. La Chevelure

iii. Le Tombeau des naïades

Arthur Lourié

Griechische Lieder nach Dichtung von Sappho, 2.Band

i. From the Wedding songs I
ii. From the Weddings songs II

iii. Erotic Fragment I

Georgios Kasassoglou

April mit dem Eros (Ο απρίλης με τον έρωτα)

Charles Gounod

A une jeune grecque CG.324

Franz Schubert

Atys D.585

Gruppe aus dem Tartarus D.583

 

Karola Pavone, soprano

Lukas Rommelspacher, piano

Germany-Italy / Germany

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Karola Pavone

 

The German-Italian soprano Karola Pavone (born 1985) was born in Reggio Calabria (Italy) and was given musical support at an early age. First she received a thorough training in piano and viola, at the age of 17 she appeared as a soloist; Chamber music and the art song have always been a focus of her work. She was a finalist and prizewinner in major song competitions such as “Jugend musiziert”, “Das Lied”, and the International Brahms Competition in Pörtschach. In 2014 she won the song award of the Festival Vocallis in
Vaals, NL, 2015 both the International LiedDuo Competition Rhein Ruhr and the Cantando-Parlando Lied Competition. In 2016 she was awarded the Young Talent Award at the International LiedFestival in Zeist (NL) under the patronage of Robert Holl and Elly Ameling. She completed her training at the Cologne University of Music and the Opera School of Göteborgs Universitet in Sweden. She passed her diploma with top marks and the concert exam for excellence with multiple awards. To their teachers
includes Ingrid Steiner, Mechthild Georg and Hartmut Singer, master classes led to Edith Mathis, Olaf Bär, Irwin Gage, Edda Moser, Robert Holl and Graham Johnson. She continues to work with Sami Kustaloglu. Her work as a freelance concert singer leads her to the Cologne Philharmonic and the WDR, the
Hamburg's Laeiszhalle and the Leipzig Gewandhaus. Since 2016 she has been a soloist and guest in the ensemble of the Stadttheater Gießen, where she is valued as a versatile performer, she also makes guest appearances at the Musiktheater im Revier Gelsenkirchen, the Barocktheater Schwetzingen, the Cologne Opera and the State Theater
Meiningen. In 2020 her debut album with French art songs was released by Coviello Classics, and she also made her debut as a music cabaret artist in her own evening “Woman images - (self-) portraits of women with bad qualities”. Karola Pavone is a scholarship holder of the Villa Musica Rheinland - Pfalz, the Jeunesses musicales Germany, the Richard Wagner Association in Cologne and the German National Academic Foundation.

 

 

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Lukas Rommelspacher

 

The conductor and pianist Lukas Rommelspacher (* 1992) has been working as a solo coach at the Frankfurt Opera since the 2018/2019 season. He began his musical training with Charlotte Schmidt-Schön and Wolfgang Hess, before switching to Axel Gremmelspacher's piano class at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts. Finished his studies
he in summer 2018 at the Musikhochschule Freiburg in the class of Eric Le Sage. Masterclasses with Gilead Mishory, Markus Bellheim, Helmut Deutsch and John Perry as well as lessons with Eugen Wangler (accompanist) and Uwe Sandner (conducting) round off his training.
From the summer semester 2014 to October 2018 he was conductor of the Young Marburg Philharmonic. Important works such as Beethoven's Ninth Symphony were performed during this time. Further engagements as musical director have taken him to the Concerto armonico Freiburg, the Wetzlar Youth Symphony Orchestra and the Bayreuth Young Artists Festival. Since 2015 he has been a lecturer at the “International Working Group for Music e.
V. ". In February 2020 he founded the Clara-Schumann-Orchester Frankfurt, whose musical direction he has since taken over. Rommelspacher's concert activities as a pianist stretch across Germany. He recently achieved success with Johannes Brahms' 1st Piano Concerto in the great hall of the Berlin Philharmonic. He performed as a soloist with the Berliner Musikfreunde Orchestra, the student orchestra of Dr. Hoch's Conservatory, the Junge Hessische Philharmonie, the German Youth Chamber Choir, the Junge Sinfoniker Frankfurt and the Collegium musicum Berlin and worked with well-known conductors such as Winfried Toll and Frieder Bernius. He was invited to the Rheingau Music Festival again in 2018. Concert tours with various ensembles have taken him to France, Finland, Poland and Switzerland.

 

 

 

 

Program

Franz Schubert

Memnon D541

An die Leier D.737

Hugo Wolf

Anakreons Grab IHV 10, Nr.29

Maurice Ravel

Cinq melodies populaires grecques:

v. Tout gai!

Jean Coulthard

Three ancient memories of Greece

i. Before the statue of Endymion

ii. What rapture could I take from song

iii. Long ago

Georgios Kasassoglou

Der Maitag (Του μαγιού ροδοφαίνεται η μέρα)

Archäische Miniatur (Αρχαϊκή μινιατούρα)

Charles Gounod

A une jeune grecque CG.324

Franz Schubert

Atys D.585

Gruppe aus dem Tartarus D.583

 

Gabriel Pereira, tenor

Filipe Pinto, piano

Brazil / Portugal

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Gabriel Pereira

 

Gabriel Pereira was born in Brazil (1993), studied at the Centro de Formação Artística do Palácio das Artes in Belo Horizonte and at the PUC de Chile with Rodrigo del Pozo. He is currently a student with Roland Schubert at HMT Leipzig. Pereira was involved in opera productions when he joined the opera studio of the Teatro Municipal de São Paulo, e.g. B. "The Magic Flute", "Il Combatimento di Tancredi et Clorinda" and "L'Incoronazione di Poppea". In 2016 he was a soloist in Mozart's “Great Mass in C minor” in the Palácio das Artes. In 2016 and 2017 he played Bepe from "Rita" by G. Donizetti at the Teatro Guaíra. In 2018 he sang "The 7 Deadly Sins" by Kurt Weill in the Weimar Halle under the direction of Nicolas Pasqué. In 2019 the tenor appeared as an evangelist alongside the Leipzig Symphony Orchestra for the "Passion Music after the Evangelist Matthew" by C. Ph. E. Bach. In 2020 he sang the operas “There and Back” by Hindemith, “The Widow of Ephesus” by Hartmann and Krenek's “Heavyweight”, the “Stabat Mater” by Dvořák and the cantatas “Weeping, Lamenting, Worrying, Feeling” (BWV 12) and “Blessed be you, Jesus Christ” (BWV 91). During the Corona lockdown he gave the online concert "Songs of Hope".

Filipe Pinto

 

Filipe Pinto was born in Porto in 1987 and from an early age he showed great aptitude for the piano. At the age of 8 he joined the Oporto Music Conservatory in the class of Prof. Anne Marie Soares and Fátima Travanca. In 2006 he was admitted to the ESMAE (Porto’s Music University) in the class of PhD. Constantin Sandu in Bachelor's Degree and later in Master's Degree in the PhD class. Miguel Borges Coelho.

During this period he also studied in the class of Professors Erika Lux in Hanover and Luís de Moura Castro in Barcelona. He attended masterclasses in piano solo, contemporary ensemble, Lied and Orchestra conducting.

In 2015, wanting to deepen and dedicate himself to the interpretation of Lied, he joined the class of Prof. Alexander Schmalcz in "Félix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy" HMT Leipzig concluding the studies of Master and Meisterklasseexamen.  In parallel he studied Orchestra Conducting with Alexander Stessin and Fredo Jung. During his studies in Leipzig, he was awarded the "Sachsen Landesstipendium" grant, won 2nd Prize in the chamber music competition with his Lied duo and debuted with the HTWK Leipzig orchestra playing Beethoven's 3rd Piano Concerto.

Program

Franz Schubert

Die Götter Griechenlands D677

Atys D585

Maurice Ravel

Cinq melodies populaires grecques:

v. Tout gai!

Jean Coulthard

Three ancient memories of Greece

i. Before the statue of Endymion

ii. What rapture could I take from song

iii. Long ago

Georgios Kasassoglou

Im Schatten Hand in Hand (Στην σκιά χειροπιασμένες)

Der Maitag (Του μαγιού ροδοφαίνεται η μέρα)

Charles Gounod

A une jeune grecque CG.324

Franz Schubert

Atys D.585

Gruppe aus dem Tartarus D.583

 

Olga Papakonstantinou, soprano

Greece

Olga Papakonstantinou was born in Larissa, Greece (1990). She studied piano and musical theory at
the Municipal Conservatory in Larissa. She completed in 2018 her Master in Musicology at the
School of Music Studies of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She graduated her studies
in Opera Singing with distinction at the Athenaeum Maria Callas Conservatory, under Christina
Giannakopoulou in 2019. She has also pursued vocal training in Medieval, Renaissance and
Baroque Music, under Aris Christofellis and Dimitris Kountouras at The Centre for Early Music
of the Athens Conservatoire (2015-2018). As a soloist and a chorister, she has performed at
the Megaron Athens Concert Hall, Lilian Voudouri Music Library and the Third Program of the
Greek National Radio. In December 2019 she was an additional member of the Greek National
Opera chorus, for the production of “Don Carlos”. In February 2020, she made her debut at
the Greek National Opera as Rapunzel, in Stephen's Sondheim "Into the Woods" and in
November 2020 she took the role of Soprano in the children’s performance “Everything is
Opera!”. She is currently engaged with Greek National Opera as Rapunzel in the production
"Into the Woods".

Program

Franz Schubert

Memnon

Die Götter Griechenlands

Maurice Ravel

Cinq Mélodies populaires grecques

i. Chanson de la mariée
ii. Lá-bas, vers l´église
iii. Quel galant m´est comparable
iv. Chanson des cueilleuses de lentisques
v. Tout gai!

Jean Coulthard

"Three ancient memories of Greece"

iii. Long ago

Georgios Kasassoglou

April mit dem Eros (Απρίλης με τον Έρωτα)

Charles Gounod

A une jeune grecque CG.324

Franz Schubert

Atys D.585

Gruppe aus dem Tartarus D.583

 

Elena Patsalidou, soprano

Cyprus

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Soprano Elena Patsalidou was born in Nicosia, Cyprus (1987). She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Vocal Performance/Opera from the Ionian University of Corfu and a Master's degree in Opera from the Academy of Music „Carl Maria von Weber“ Dresden.
Elena Patsalidou has won 1st prize at the Kyrenia Opera Vocal Competition 2019 and 3rd prize at the International Giulio Perotti Vocal Competition 2013. She was also semifinalist at the renowned international singing competition Competizione dell’ Opera 2019 in Sochi.
Elena has gained a lot of stage experience already during her studies. She performed in various opera productions, among others as Frasquita in Bizet’s „Carmen“ (Opera Classica Europa/Opernwerkstatt am Rhein), Clorinda in Rossini’s „La Cenerentola“ (Chamber Opera of Cologne), Barbarina in Mozart’s „Le Nozze di Figaro“ (Mittelsächsisches Theater), Echo in Strauss’s „Ariadne auf Naxos“ (Landesbühnen Sachsen), Sand-/Taumännchen in Humperdinck’s „Hänsel und Gretel“ (Mittelsächsisches Theater), Diana in Offenbach’s „Orpheus in der Unterwelt“ (Staatsoperette Dresden Orchestra) and the title role in Purcell’s „Dido and Aeneas“ under the musical direction of the Australian baroque specialist Stanley Ritchie.
As a concert singer, she performed as a soloist Mozart's „Coronation Mass“, Monteverdi's „Vespro della Beata Vergine“, Pergolesi’s „Stabat Mater“ and Fauré's „Requiem“. She also appeared at the 12th Festival of Sacred Music of Patmos, as well as in various concerts with the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra, the Dresden Symphony Orchestra and the Rhein-Main Philharmonic.
At the Salzburg Easter Festival 2015, she sang in „Cavalleria Rusticana“ and „Pagliacci“ with the State Opera Choir of Dresden, next to Jonas Kaufmann and under the direction of Christian Thielemann. As a member of the Bavarian ensemble „I Virtuosi Ambulanti“, she sang in 2020 as a soloist at the exclusive project „Belcanto in Bayern“ in Munich. At the International Kypria Festival 2020, she made her debut with the role of Serpina in „La Serva Padrona“ (J.B. Pergolesi), directed by Lev Pugliese. Concert tours took her to Italy (Basilica di San Marco, Venice), Austria (Congress Center Villach), Armenia (Yerevan Opera Theater) and Serbia (Yugoslav Drama Theater Belgrade).
She collaborated with various conductors such as Jan Michael Horstmann, Raoul Grüneis, Alkis Baltas, Jens Georg Bachmann and Peter Seymour. Several master classes have led her to renowned artists such as Christophe Rousset (workshop on Monteverdi’s operas „L’incoronazione di Poppea“ and „II ritorno d’Ulisse in patria“), Walter Moore, Barbara Bonney and Helga Wagner. Furthermore she had private singing lessons from the Professors KS Matthias Henneberg and Janet Williams.

Program

Franz Schubert

Atys D585

Die Götter Griechenlands D677

Johannes Brahms

Sapphische Ode Op.94, Nr.4

Bolko von Hochberg

Gute Nacht Op. 31, Nr.2

Maurice Ravel

Cinq Mélodies populaires grecques

i. Chanson de la mariée
ii. Lá-bas, vers l´église

Jean Coulthard

"Three ancient memories of Greece"

ii. What rapture could I take from song

Georgios Kasassoglou

April mit dem Eros (Απρίλης με τον Έρωτα)

Archäische Miniatur (Αρχαϊκή μινιατούρα)

Charles Gounod

A une jeune grecque

 

Franz Schubert

Ganymed D544

Lied eines Schiffers an die Dioskuren D360