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MAURO PETER | concerts, opera and recitals in April
14Apr2024
MAURO PETER | concerts, opera and recitals in April

This month, Mauro Peter is a guest at the Gewandhaus Leipzig and the Berlin Philharmonie, gives recitals in Basel and at the Schubertiade Hohenems and can also be heard at the Semperoper Dresden.

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THOMAS EBENSTEIN debuts as Mime in Wagner's Siegfried at Bern Theatre
14Apr2024
THOMAS EBENSTEIN debuts as Mime in Wagner's Siegfried at Bern Theatre

Following his successful role debut in a new production of Wagner's Siegfried at the Klagenfurt City Theatre, Thomas Ebenstein is now singing the role of Mime for the first time at the Bern Theatre.

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NIKOLA HILLEBRAND | Lied recitals in Korea, Germany, U.K. and Austria
14Apr2024
NIKOLA HILLEBRAND | Lied recitals in Korea, Germany, U.K. and Austria

In April, Nikola Hillebrand can be heard in recitals at the Tongyeong Festival, Leeds Lieder and Hohenems as well as in an ensemble evening at the Heidelberger Frühling and a duo evening at the Wiener Konzerthaus.

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SUMI HWANG at the 2024 Weiwuying International Music Festival
13Apr2024
SUMI HWANG at the 2024 Weiwuying International Music Festival

Sumi Hwang will perform with the versatile Korean chamber ensemble TIMF under the direction of the rising young conductor Hankyeol Yoon at this year's Weiwuying International Music Festival in Kaohsiung (Taiwan).

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CHRISTIANE KARG with Berg's "Seven Early Songs“ in Copenhagen
11Apr2024
CHRISTIANE KARG with Berg's "Seven Early Songs“ in Copenhagen

On three evenings, the renowned soprano, known for her rich interpretations, will perform Berg's "Seven Early Songs" together with the Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra under the baton of its chief conductor Fabio Luisi.

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THOMAS QUASTHOFF celebrates 50 years performing on the international stage
06Apr2024
THOMAS QUASTHOFF celebrates 50 years performing on the international stage

which he’s doing in style in 2024 with a full concert calendar. Be it at the Elbphilharmonie or Isarphilharmonie, Vienna Konzerthaus, Cologne Philharmonie or London's Wigmore Hall, Quasthoff continues to sell-out Europe's major concert halls, with his artistic range knowing no bounds.

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OLIVIA VERMEULEN makes her US debut in Bach's Mass in B Minor
05Apr2024
OLIVIA VERMEULEN makes her US debut in Bach's Mass in B Minor

With the ensemble and choir of the Boston Handel and Haydn Society, Olivia Vermeulen makes her US debut as a soloist in Bach's Mass in B minor under the direction of Masaato Suzuki. 

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SABINE DEVIEILHE - new album with Lieder by Mozart & Strauss
29Mar2024
SABINE DEVIEILHE - new album with Lieder by Mozart & Strauss

Sabine Devieilhe, together with pianist Mathieu Pordoy, has brought together a programme of lieder by Strauss and Mozart for her new solo album that could not be more exquisite. The disc will be released on 29 March 2024 by Erato.

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JULIAN PRÉGARDIEN takes the Evangelist on tour over Easter
23Mar2024
JULIAN PRÉGARDIEN takes the Evangelist on tour over Easter

Julian Prégardien sings the Evangelist in Bach's St Matthew Passion together with the Collegium Vocale Gent under Philippe Herreweghe.

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THOMAS EBENSTEIN | New under General Management
21Mar2024
THOMAS EBENSTEIN | New under General Management

We are delighted to announce a new collaboration, welcoming tenor Thomas Ebenstein to our roster under General Management!

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OLIVIA VERMEULEN | "Compassion" with the Budapest Festival Orchestra under Iván Fischer
20Mar2024
OLIVIA VERMEULEN | "Compassion" with the Budapest Festival Orchestra under Iván Fischer

As in keeping with this time of year, Olivia Vermeulen takes to the stage once more to sing the alto solos in Bach’s St Matthew Passion, a role most notable among audiences for its transcendental aria “Erbarme Dich, mein Gott”, in a series of slightly different concerts with Iván Fischer and the Budapest Festival Orchestra.

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THOMAS QUASTHOFF & Humanity in War
19Mar2024
THOMAS QUASTHOFF & Humanity in War

Thomas Quasthoff and the award-winning Amatis Trio explore a topic that has been an essential part of our history for as long as anyone can remember, and yet could hardly be more topical: war and its consequences for people and humanity.

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