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MAURO PETER with Schubert’s Goethe Songs at Wigmore Hall
31Jan2020
MAURO PETER with Schubert’s Goethe Songs at Wigmore Hall

The young Swiss tenor Mauro Peter presents a song programme dedicated entirely to Franz Schubert’s settings of Goethe poems, celebrating the great composer’s birthday on January 31. And what could be a better location for this than London’s venerable Wigmore Hall?

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THOMAS QUASTHOFF as Narrator in Berlin and Munich
27Jan2020
THOMAS QUASTHOFF as Narrator in Berlin and Munich

Thomas Quasthoff resumes his roles as narrator in Schoenberg’s Survivor from Warsaw once again and also recounts the story of Stravinsky’s Histoire du soldat, that unique story of the devil’s violin, love, promises, luck and morality.

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PATRICIA PETIBON presents her new programme "L'amour, la mort, la mer"
25Jan2020
PATRICIA PETIBON presents her new programme "L'amour, la mort, la mer"

With the new program "L'amour, la mort, la mer", which will also be released by SONY in February 2020 as a long-awaited solo album, Patricia Petibon embarks on a mysterious journey between "Love, Sea and Death".

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CHRISTIANE KARG and FLORIAN BOESCH in Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro in Salzburg
24Jan2020
CHRISTIANE KARG and FLORIAN BOESCH in Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro in Salzburg

Launching a complete cycle of the three Da Ponte operas as part of the Salzburg Mozart Week, Christiane Karg and Florian Boesch perform the roles of the Countess and Count at Salzburg’s Felsenreitschule under the baton of Sir András Schiff.

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JEREMY OVENDEN performs Handel’s Theodora at Vienna’s Konzerthaus
18Jan2020
JEREMY OVENDEN performs Handel’s Theodora at Vienna’s Konzerthaus

After the new production of Mozart’s La clemenza di Tito last October at the Theater an der Wien, Jeremy Ovenden appears together with the historically informed ensemble Arcangelo at Vienna’s Konzerthaus, performing Handel’s Theodora.

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MARLIS PETERSEN as Salome at the Theater an der Wien
18Jan2020
MARLIS PETERSEN as Salome at the Theater an der Wien

After her role debut as Salome at the Bavarian State Opera, which was celebrated by audience and critics alike, Marlis Petersen takes on the role of the femme fatale at the Theater an der Wien from January 18 onwards.

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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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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Le Nozze di Figaro KV 492

Florian Boesch, Conte di Almaviva
Christiane Karg, Contessa di Almaviva
Regula Mühlemann, Susanna
Julien van Mellaerts, Figaro
Angela Brower, Cherubino
Marie McLaughlin, Marcellina
Angelo Pollak, Don Basilio | Don Curzio
Maurizio Muraro, Don Bartolo
Julia Lezhneva, Barberina

Cappella Andrea Barca
Arnold Schoenberg ChoIr
Sir András Schiff, conductor
Rolando Villazon, staging

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Die Zauberflöte, KV 620

Mauro Peter, Tamino
Wenwei Zhang, Sarastro
Olga Kulchynska, Pamina
Sen Guo, Queen of the Night
Ruben Drole, Papageno
Lina Dambrauskaité, Papagena
Hamida Kristoffersen, 1st lady
Sinéad O'Kelly, 2nd lady
Katia Ledoux, 3rd lady
Michael Laurenz, Monostatos
Wojciech Rasiak, Voice / 2nd priest
Luca Bernard, 1st priest
Thomas Erlank, 1st armoured man
Oleg Davydov, 2nd armoured man
Zürcher Sängerknaben, Three child-spirits

Sascha Goetzel, conductor
Tatjana Gürbaca, stage director
Klaus Grünberg, stage design
Silke Willrett, costumes
Klaus Grünberg, light and video design

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Richard Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg

Georg Zeppenfeld, Hans Sachs
Vitalij Kowaljow, Veit Pogner
Iurie Ciobanu, Kunz Vogelgesang
Günter Haumer, Konrad Nachtigall
Adrian Eröd, Sixtus Beckmesser
Oliver Zwarg, Fritz Kothner
Markus Miesenberger, Balthasar Zorn
Patrick Vogel, Ulrich Eisslinger
Roman Astakhov, Hans Foltz
Klaus Florian Vogt, Walther von Stolzing
Rupert Grössinger, Hermann Ortel
Christian Hübner, Hans Schwarz
Sebastian Kohlhepp, David
Christa Mayer, Magdalena

Sächsischer Staatsopernchor Dresden
Sächsische Staatsoper Dresden
Christian Thielemann, conductor
Jens-Daniel Herzog, stage director
Mathis Neidhardt, stage design
Sibylle Gädeke, costumes
Fabio Antoci, light
Ramses Sigl, choreography
Johann Casimir Eule, dramaturgy
Hans-Peter Frings, dramaturgy
Jörn Hinnerk Andresen, chorus master

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Giuseppe Verdi: La Traviata

Hans Gratzer, director
Hans Gratzer, set design
Barbara Naujok, costumes
Frank Sobotta, lighting

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Commemorative concert on the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp

Arnold Schönberg: A Survivor from Warsaw op. 46
Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony Nr. 3, op. 55 "Eroica"

Thomas Quasthoff, narrator
Staatskapelle Berlin
Menchoir of the Staatsoper Berlin
Daniel Barenboim, conductor

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Giuseppe Verdi: Falstaff

Ambrogio Maestri, Falstaff
Markus Brück, Ford
Oleksiy Palchykov, Fenton
Jürgen Sacher, Dr. Cajus
Daniel Kluge, Bardolfo
Tigran Martirossian, Pistola
Maija Kovalevska, Alice Ford
Elbenita Kajtazi, Nannetta
Nadezhda Karyazina, Mrs. Quickly
Ida Aldrian, Meg Page

Axel Kober, Musikalische Leitung
Calixto Bieito, Inszenierung
Susanne Gschwender, Bühnenbild
Anja Rabes, Kostüme
Michael Bauer, Licht
Bettina Auer, Dramaturgie

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