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SABINE DEVIEILHE - new album "Chanson d'Amour" at Warner Classics
11Sep2020
SABINE DEVIEILHE - new album "Chanson d'Amour" at Warner Classics

Sabine Devieilhe and Alexandre Tharaud, united by the same passion for French music, find themselves on "Chanson d’amour", a new album dedicated to French melody.

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MICHAEL SCHADE'S music.salon
05Sep2020
MICHAEL SCHADE'S music.salon
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BEETHOVEN'S IX. SYMPHONY - new release by Harmonia Mundi
26Jun2020
BEETHOVEN'S IX. SYMPHONY - new release by Harmonia Mundi

"Freude!" Under the baton of Pablo Heras-Casado, the Freiburger Barockorchester, the Zürcher Singakademie and the soloists Christiane Karg, Sophie Harmsen, Werner Güra and Florian Boesch offer us a profoundly renewed vision of Beethoven's 9th Symphony.

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MASTERCLASS with Bernarda Fink & Marcos Fink
23Jun2020
MASTERCLASS with Bernarda Fink & Marcos Fink
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We Create Culture ...BEHIND THE SCENES!
14May2020
We Create Culture ...BEHIND THE SCENES!

In (corona) crisis mode: Austrian artist management agencies in the classical music business

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NEW Artist for General Management: JULIAN PRÉGARDIEN
09Mar2020
NEW Artist for General Management: JULIAN PRÉGARDIEN

Machreich Artists is delighted to take on the general management of Julian Prégardien, one of the most exciting young tenors active on stage today.

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The sum of our qualities is our quality!

The name Machreich stands not only for an invitation to active music-making and the economic success resulting from it. The agency’s founder and her colleagues dedicate themselves first and foremost to the unique artistic development of each of their singers. In an atmosphere of mutual trust and personal connection, individual projects can be conceived and inspiring constellations initiated. Intuition and discretion are the highest precepts for the work of a highly qualified team, which engages in its work with heart and mind.

Machreich Artists Management

“Art is not, after all, a pretty add-on – it is the umbilical cord which connects us to the divine; it guarantees our identity as humans.”
(Nikolaus Harnoncourt)

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Christiane Karg, soprano
Gerold Huber, piano

Lied recital with works by Franz Schubert.

 

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Christiane Karg, soprano
Gerold Huber, piano

Lied recital with works by Franz Schubert.

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Musicbanda FRANUI
Florian Boesch, bassbaritone
Jonas Dahlberg, video

What happens if a ten-piece ensemble from the Austrian mountains, that has made its name with interpretations of Schubert-, Schumann-, Brahms-, and Mahler Songs, shares the stage with one of the most distinguished Lieder-singers of our time and backed up by one of the more exciting video artists of his generation? A new kind of Liederabend is born. Up front and center: Florian Boesch – internationally celebrated baritone, a strong character of solid Viennese rearing. Surrounded by Musicbanda Franui, who are tackling the 19th century genre of art song with their assortment of instruments, which ranges from folk harp and dulcimer to zither, violins, double bass, accordion and plenty of brass. For all this, the well-regarded Swedish artist Jonas Dahlberg has created a novel set and space for the musicians. What have we got here? A bedroom in black and white? A freeze-frame? The audience eventually realizes that something isn’t right. The disalignment is subtle at first; the opacification creeps in; distortions – imperceptible at first – become notable.

The backrest of a chair – facing the audience – melts away slowly. The beside-lamp, the bookshelf, the duvet, the bedframe – everything dematerializes. The room, perfectly familiar, melts away before our eyes – until there is nothing left but the walls. All awhile, the audience is listening to someone who sings about life, love, and loss. On top of the world one minute, in the depths of despair the next. Everyone is facing their own mortality. And in the end, just like in Gustav Mahler’s Songs of a Wayfarer, “Just when I didn’t know what life might bring / Everything and all was well ag’in!”

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Meisterkurs Gesang
Sonntag, 16.08.2020 10:00 bis
Freitag, 21.08.2020 21:00 Uhr

Bernarda Fink, Kursleiterin
Marcos Fink, Referent
Irina Milivojevič, Korrepetitiorin
Vladimir Mlinaric, Korrepetitor

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Ludwig van Beethoven: «Leonoren-Ouvertüre» Nr. 1 C-Dur op. 138
Ludwig van Beethoven: Messe C-Dur op. 86 für Soli, Chor und Orchester

Laura Aikin, soprano
Anke Vondung, mezzo
Werner Güra, tenor
Georg Nigl, baritone

Innsbrucker Festwochenorchester
Das Vokalprojekt, choir
Alessandro De Marchi, conductor

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Robert Schumann: Liederkreis, op. 39 after Joseph von Eichendorff
Robert Schumann: Dichterliebe op. 48

Mauro Peter, tenor
Helmut Deutsch, piano

Home game for Mauro Peter. The young Swiss tenor, born in 1987, was not only born in Lucerne - here, as a member of the Lucerne Boys' Choir, he also gained his first practical musical experience. But soon he was drawn to the wide world. And on to the big international stages: Mauro Peter became a regular guest at the Salzburg Festival, where he performed , amongst others, Mozart roles such as the Ferrando in Così fan tutte and the Tamino in the Magic Flute. He still managed to work with the great Nikolaus Harnoncourt, was a guest at La Scala in Milan, at the Royal Opera House in London or at the Theater an der Wien. Above all, he became a favourite with the audience at the Zurich Opera House, whose ensemble he has been a part of since 2013. Mauro Peters is particularly passionate about the Lied: He will now sing for  his Lucerne festival debut the two most famous song cycles that Robert Schumann composed, namely the Eichendorff Songs and Dichterliebe. This fascination with expression has thrilled the public since his sensational debut at the Schubertiade Schwarzenberg in 2012. Since then he has been a guest on all concert podiums and opera stages in Europe, alongside the acclaimed song pianist Helmut Deutsch, who has since become a long-term piano partner since his first collaboration at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich.

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