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FLORIAN BOESCH - staged "Winterreise" at the Theater an der Wien
29Jan2022
FLORIAN BOESCH - staged "Winterreise" at the Theater an der Wien

In the broad repertoire of bass-baritone Florian Boesch, the Lied occupies a special place; it is his personal passion. Together with the pianist Malcolm Martineau and the director Ingo Kerkhof, he is staging Schubert's Winterreise at the Theater an der Wien.

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SABINE DEVIEILHE sings Ophélie at the Opéra Comique
24Jan2022
SABINE DEVIEILHE sings Ophélie at the Opéra Comique

Sabine Devieilhe starts the new year with the demanding role of Ophélie in a revival of Ambrois Thomas' Hamlet at the Opéra Comique.

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ELEANOR LYONS to sing Richard Strauss' Four Last Songs in Budapest
22Jan2022
ELEANOR LYONS to sing Richard Strauss' Four Last Songs in Budapest

After her successful house debut as Puccini's Mimì at the Vlaamse Opera in Antwerp and Ghent, Eleanor Lyons will join Iván Fischer and his Budapest Festival Orchestra for Richard Strauss' Vier letzte Lieder at this year's Richard Strauss Marathon.

 

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FLORIAN BOESCH - artist in residence at the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg
18Jan2022
FLORIAN BOESCH - artist in residence at the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg

The Austrian bass-baritone Florian Boesch – »a force of nature which draws attention on stage like a black hole« (Salzburger Nachrichten) is Artist-in-Residence at Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie during the 2021/22 season.

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JEREMY OVENDEN as Titus in Mozart's "La Clemenza di Tito" in Angers
16Jan2022
JEREMY OVENDEN as Titus in Mozart's "La Clemenza di Tito" in Angers

After five performances in December 2021 in Nantes, Jeremy Ovenden will once again get into character of the title role of Mozart's La Clemenza di Tito at the Grand Théâtre d'Angers.

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HELLO DARKNESS | Olivia Vermeulen to release her second solo album bei Challenge Records
14Jan2022
HELLO DARKNESS | Olivia Vermeulen to release her second solo album bei Challenge Records

Following their internationally acclaimed solo album "Dirty Minds" which has been awarded the Jahrespreis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik and the prestigious Edison Klassiek, Dutch mezzo-soprano Olivia Vermeulen and her pianist Jan Philip Schulze present their second album “Hello Darkness” and dedicate themselves to another central motif of art and music . 

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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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Samuel Penderbayne: Unser kleines Scheißkaff – Fucking Åmål

Larissa Wäspy, Elin
Kady Evanyshyn, Agnes
Ida Aldrian, Jessica
Marie-Dominique Ryckmanns, Viktoria
Nicholas Mogg, Johan
Hubert Kowalczyk, Markus
Peter Galliard, Olof
Katja Pieweck, Birgitta

Ingmar Beck, conductor
Alexander Riemenschneider, director
David Hohmann, sets
Lili Wanner, costumes
Philipp Kronenberg, video
Johannes Blum, dramaturgy
Anna Kausche, musical theatre pedagogue

Members of the  The Young ClassX ensemble 
Felix Mendelssohn Jugendorchester

A small town – nice enough, predictable, nothing doing, lame parties, annoying teachers. Infatuation, jealousy, necking. Here we have Elin and her older sister Jessica: one of them notorious for being the life of the party and hungry for life, the other prematurely staid and the girlfriend of a silent football player. Then there is Agnes. She lives with her overwhelmed single-parent father and spends most of her time in her room, writing pensive poems. Her birthday party turns out a disaster, because only Viktoria shows up, and Agnes can’t stand her. But suddenly, Elin and Jessica arrive. Because of a stupid bet – Elin has been promised money by Jessica if she kisses Agnes – a beautiful and complicated story begins. Suddenly, it’s all about something.

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Ambroise Thomas: Hamlet

Stéphane Degout, Hamlet
Sabine Devieilhe, Ophélie
Laurent Alvaro, Claudius
Sylvie Brunet-Grupposo, Gertrude
Pierre Derhet, Laërte
Jérôme Varnier, Ghost
Yu Shao, Marcellus
Geoffroy Buffière, Horatio
Nicolas Legoux, Polonius

Orchestre des Champs-Élysées
Louis Langrée, conductor
Cyril Teste, stage director
Ramy Fischler, stage
Leila Adham, dramaturge
Isabelle Deffin, costumes
Julien Boizard, light
Mehdi Toutain-Lopez, video

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Così fan tutte KV 588

Sylvia Schwartz, Fiordiligi
Kate Lindsey, Dorabella
Luca Pisaroni, Guglielmo
Mauro Peter, Ferrando
Bianca Tognocchi, Despina
Ferruccio Furlanetto, Don Alfonso

Cappella Andrea Barca
Bachchor Salzburg
Sir András Schiff, direction
Rolando Villazón, staging
Davy Cunningham, light

Gioachino Rossini: L’italiana in Algeri

Johannes Maria Wimmer, Mustafa
Felicitas Fuchs-Wittekindt, Elvira
Jaime Hartzell, Zulima
Christoph Filler, Haly, Kapitän
Theodore Browne | Nico Darmanin, Lindoro
Camilla Lehmeier | Lamia Beuque, Isabella
Alec Avedissian | Wolfgang Stefan Schwaiger, Taddeo
Andrea De Majo, Dschinni

Kerem Hasan, conductor
Tiroler Symphonieorchester Innsbruck,
Chor des Tiroler Landestheaters,
Statisterie des Tiroler Landestheaters

 

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Johann Sebastian Bach: h-Moll-Messe BWV 232

Balthasar-Neumann-Choir and -Soloists
Balthasar-Neumann-Ensemble
Thomas Hengelbrock, conductor

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Samuel Penderbayne: Unser kleines Scheißkaff – Fucking Åmål

Larissa Wäspy, Elin
Kady Evanyshyn, Agnes
Ida Aldrian, Jessica
Marie-Dominique Ryckmanns, Viktoria
Nicholas Mogg, Johan
Hubert Kowalczyk, Markus
Peter Galliard, Olof
Katja Pieweck, Birgitta

Ingmar Beck, conductor
Alexander Riemenschneider, director
David Hohmann, sets
Lili Wanner, costumes
Philipp Kronenberg, video
Johannes Blum, dramaturgy
Anna Kausche, musical theatre pedagogue

Members of the  The Young ClassX ensemble 
Felix Mendelssohn Jugendorchester

A small town – nice enough, predictable, nothing doing, lame parties, annoying teachers. Infatuation, jealousy, necking. Here we have Elin and her older sister Jessica: one of them notorious for being the life of the party and hungry for life, the other prematurely staid and the girlfriend of a silent football player. Then there is Agnes. She lives with her overwhelmed single-parent father and spends most of her time in her room, writing pensive poems. Her birthday party turns out a disaster, because only Viktoria shows up, and Agnes can’t stand her. But suddenly, Elin and Jessica arrive. Because of a stupid bet – Elin has been promised money by Jessica if she kisses Agnes – a beautiful and complicated story begins. Suddenly, it’s all about something.

FURTHER INFORMATION & TICKETS