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14May2020
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The Corona Crisis:   Austrian Artists’ Agencies

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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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THERESA KRONTHALER in Christian Jost’s Egmont at the Theater an der Wien
17Feb2020
THERESA KRONTHALER in Christian Jost’s Egmont at the Theater an der Wien

The German mezzo-soprano Theresa Kronthaler takes on the role of Ferdinand in the eagerly-awaited world premiere of Christian Jost’s Egmont at the Theater an der Wien.

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PATRICIA PETIBON presents her New Album L’amour, la mort, la mer
14Feb2020
PATRICIA PETIBON presents her New Album L’amour, la mort, la mer

The exceptional soprano Patricia Petibon makes her Sony Classical label debut with her recital L’amour, la mort, la mer, featuring songs ranging from Gabriel Fauré to John Lennon

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FLORIAN BOESCH on tour with Beethoven's 9th Symphony and a recital in Frankfurt
12Feb2020
FLORIAN BOESCH on tour with Beethoven's 9th Symphony and a recital in Frankfurt

Florian Boesch begins the Beethoven year with the composer's Ninth Symphony on tour with the LSO and Sir Simon Rattle, followed by his first recital this year, at the Opera Frankfurt.

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SUMI HWANG in Stavanger and Saarbrücken
07Feb2020
SUMI HWANG in Stavanger and Saarbrücken

A staged adaptation of Beethoven’s Fidelio performed by the Stavanger Symphony Orchestra under Markus Stenz features the rising Korean soprano as Marzelline in the first week of February, followed shortly after by her appearance as soloist in Christian Jost's "Dichterliebe recomposed" in Saarbrücken. 

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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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