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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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THOMAS QUASTHOFF presents his new programme "FOR YOU!"
07Mar2020
THOMAS QUASTHOFF presents his new programme "FOR YOU!"

Thomas Quasthoff - the “man with the most beautiful voice in the world,” as Der Stern once called him, presents his new jazz-programme "FOR YOU!"

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BERNARDA FINK sings Dvořák’s Biblical Songs with Camerata Salzburg
28Feb2020
BERNARDA FINK sings Dvořák’s Biblical Songs with Camerata Salzburg

After a successful tour to South-America in the spring of 2018 Bernarda Fink can again be heard with the Camerata Salzburg. Together with this wonderful chamber orchestra she gives concerts in Salzburg and Erl. The programme includes Antonín Dvořák’s Biblické písně, or Biblical Songs.

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OLIVIA VERMEULEN Makes her Recital Debut  at Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw
25Feb2020
OLIVIA VERMEULEN Makes her Recital Debut at Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw

Just in time for her recital debut at Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw on February 25, the label Challenge Classics will also release the first solo album of the Dutch mezzo-soprano, entitled Dirty Minds.

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SOPHIE KARTHÄUSER with La Fura dels Baus in a hymn to nature
21Feb2020
SOPHIE KARTHÄUSER with La Fura dels Baus in a hymn to nature

Beethoven once opened the door to romantic music with his “Pastorale”. On World Environment Day 2020 we will hear works by him and his contemporaries with Sophie Karthäuser, staged in a multimedia desgin by the Catalan theater group La Fura dels Baus as a hymn to nature and a reminder of the influence of mankind on it.

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MICHAEL SCHADE makes his role debut as Erik in Wagner's "Flying Dutchman"
18Feb2020
MICHAEL SCHADE makes his role debut as Erik in Wagner's "Flying Dutchman"

The German-Canadian tenor Michael Schade makes his role debut as Erik in a revival of Wagner’s Flying Dutchman at the Hamburg State Opera, conducted by Christof Prick

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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: Die Zauberflöte, KV 620

Jan Martiník, Sarastro
Mauro Peter, Tamino
Evelin Novak, Pamina
Roman Trekel, Papageno
Serena Sáenz, Papagena
Gloria Rehm, Queen of the Night
Arttu Kataja, Voice
Florian Hoffmann, Monostatos
Anna Samuil, Katharina Kammerloher, Marina Prudenskaya, Three Ladies
Jun-Sang Han, Erik Rosenius, Two armoured man
Linard Vrielink, Arttu Kataja, Two priests
Soloists of the Aurelius Sängerknaben, Three child-spirits

Staatsopernchor
Staatskapelle Berlin
Oksana Lyniv, conductor
August Everding, stage director
Fred Berndt after Karl Friedrich Schinkel, stage design
Dorothée Uhrmacher, costumes
Franz Peter David, light design

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Florian Boesch, bassbaritone
Víkingur Ólafsson, piano

Recital with works by Johann Sebastian Bach and Robert Schumann

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Jean-Philippe Rameau: Hippolyte et Aricie

Eunju Kwon, Diane
Nikola Hillebrand, Amour, Une Bergère
Amelia Scicolone, Aricie
Sophie Rennert, Phèdre
Marie-Belle Sandis, Oenone
Natalija Cantrak, La Grande Pretresse / Une Pretresse / Une chasseresse
Charles Sy, Hippolyte
Koral Güvener, Arcas / Mercure
Nikola Diskić, Thésée
Uwe Eikötter, Tisiphone
Patrick Zielke, Jupiter / Netptun / Pluton
Christopher Diffey, Erste Parze
Raphael Wittmer, Zweite Parze / Un Amour
Marcel Brunner, Dritte Parze

Bernhard Forck, conductor
Lorenzo Fioroni, stage director
Paul Zoller, stage designer
Katharina Gault, costume designer
Pascale-Sabine Chevrozon, choreography
Damian Chmielarz, light designer
Cordula Demattio, dramaturgy
Dani Juris, chorus master

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Dieter Ilg, double bass
Rainer Böhm, piano
Patrice Héral, percussion
Thomas Quasthoff, readings

The genious double bass player Dieter Ilg has plucked the bass for Randy Brecker, improvised with Albert Mangelsdorff and most recently with Til Brönner and he accompanied Thomas Quasthoff. With great joy and deep passion, he always brings classical works on the music stand and has earned not least the label as the German double bassist par excellence. After his excursions to Verdi's "Otello" and Wagner's "Parsifal", his next agenda is a next pillar saint, who was a virtuoso pianist composer and daring improviser: Ludwig van Beethoven. In his jubilee year, Dieter Ilg and his colleagues will present an intimate chamber jazz evening with predominantly quiet, at times meditative tones. Garnished with lyrics by and to the great music genius, read by star baritone Thomas Quasthoff.

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Georges Bizet: Carmen

Jelena Kordić, Carmen
Irakli Kakhidze, Don José
Eunju Kwon, Micaëla
Evez Abdulla, Escamillo
Raphael Wittmer, Remendado
Christopher Diffey, Dancaïro
Dominic Barberi / Bartosz Urbanowicz, Zuniga
Nikola Diskić / Ilya Lapich, Moralès
Nikola Hillebrand, Frasquita
Martiniana Antonie, Mercédès
Lucía Astigarraga, Sprecherin / Lillas Pastia

Mark Rohde, conductor
Yona Kim, stage director
Herbert Murauer, stage designer
Falk Bauer, costume designer
Reinhard Traub, light designer
Albrecht Puhlmann / Cordula Demattio, dramaturgy
Dani Juris, chorus master

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Die Zauberflöte, KV 620

Jan Martiník, Sarastro
Mauro Peter, Tamino
Evelin Novak, Pamina
Roman Trekel, Papageno
Serena Sáenz, Papagena
Gloria Rehm, Queen of the Night
Arttu Kataja, Voice
Florian Hoffmann, Monostatos
Anna Samuil, Katharina Kammerloher, Marina Prudenskaya, Three Ladies
Jun-Sang Han, Erik Rosenius, Two armoured man
Linard Vrielink, Arttu Kataja, Two priests
Soloists of the Aurelius Sängerknaben, Three child-spirits

Staatsopernchor
Staatskapelle Berlin
Oksana Lyniv, conductor
August Everding, stage director
Fred Berndt after Karl Friedrich Schinkel, stage design
Dorothée Uhrmacher, costumes
Franz Peter David, light design

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