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Thursday, 03 May 2012 07:58

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Wednesday, 02 May 2012 08:32


Displaying a dazzling combination of technical brilliance and a uniquely profound musical personality, Hagai Shaham is internationally recognized as one of the astonishing young violinists who have emerged from Israel in recent years. Hagai Shaham began studying the violin at age of six and was the last student of the late renowned Professor Ilona Feher. He also studied with Elisha Kagan, Emanuel Borok, Arnold Steinhardt and the Guarneri Quartet. 

In September 1990, Hagai Shaham and his duo partner, Arnon Erez, won the first prize at the ARD International Music Competition in Munich in the Violin-Piano duo category, the first competitors to be awarded this coveted first prize since 1971. His other awards include first prizes at the Ilona Kornhouser competition, the Israeli Broadcasting Authority Young Artist competition, The Tel-Aviv Rubin Academy competition, four Clairmont Awards, and annual scholarship from the American-Israel Cultural Foundation. 

As a soloist he has performed with many of the world's major orchestras, including the English Chamber Orchestra, BBC Philharmonic, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, RTE National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland, Belgian National Orchestra, Orchestre Symphonique Francais, Taipei, Singapore and Shanghai Symphony Orchestras, SWF Baden-Baden Symphony Orchestra, Slovak and Belgrade Philharmonic, and the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra under Zubin Mehta. In 1985 he was invited to join Isaac Stern and Pinchas Zukerman in a gala concert at Carnegie Hall, following which Zubin Mehta invited him to perform Brahms' Double Concerto at Carnegie Hall. 

In 2006 he performed once again this work under Mehta, at the Isrel Philharmonic 70th anniversary's celebrations with cellist Misha Maisky. 

Hagai Shaham is in great demand as recitalist. He regularly tours throughout Europe, North and Central America and performing at international recital series and festivals. 

Hagai Shaham recorded for Decca International, Chandos, Biddulph, Naxos, Classic Talent and AVIE. He records regularly for Hyperion, where his CDs received critical acclaim. 

Hagai Shaham is a professor at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music at Tel Aviv University;  His Master Classes in Europe and Israel attract many students. 

Together with his colleague, violinist Ittai Shapira, he is co-founder of The Ilona Feher Foundation.

Tuesday, 01 May 2012 12:34

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Die Fledermaus: Overture
Nabucco: Overture
Nabucco: Gli arredi festivi
Tosca: Te Deum
Turandot: Opening Scene & Choir
La Boheme: Mi chiamamo Mimi
Zauberflöte: Sprecher Szene
Zauberflöte: Einleitung 2. Akt
Don Giovanni: Zerlina's Aria
Don Giovanni: Recitative and Aria Donna Anna
Wagner: Tannhäuser 'Einzug der Gäste'
Wagner: Das Rheingold - Finale

Die Fledermaus
September 2010

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Nabucco: Overture
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Nabucco: Gli arredi festivi
October 2009

Wagner: Tannhäuser 'Einzug der Gäste'
January 2009

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Wagner: Das Rheingold - Finale
December 2008

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Monday, 30 April 2012 09:19


he Israeli born Dan Ettinger is one of the internationally acclaimed talented young conductors of his generation.
Since the beginning of the 2009/2010 season he has been General Music Director of the Nationaltheater Mannheim and in April 2010 he was appointed Chief Conductor of the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra. In addition Dan Ettinger serves as Music Director and Principal Conductor of the Israel Symphony Orchestra since September 2005.

Dan Ettinger discovered already in early childhood his love to classical music and started piano lessons at the age of five.
During his studies at the “Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts” he also played the double bass and took his first singing lessons.
Right after his graduation he continued his vocal training at the “Rubin Academy of Music” in the Tel-Aviv University and was a scholarship holder of the “America Israel Cultural Foundation (AICF)” and the “Israel Vocal Arts Institute (IVAI)”.

Whilst studying, the young lyric baritone has already appeared on the concert platform and as a first prize winner of the “Francois Shapira” competition he made his debut with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra in April 1993 performing Gustav Mahler's “Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen”. 

In the course of his singing career in his homeland he portrayed the major roles of the lyric baritone repertoire, such as Don Giovanni, Figaro in Il Barbiere di Siviglia, Conte Almaviva in Le nozze di Figaro, Papageno in  Die Zauberflöte, Lescaut in Manon, Albert in Werther, Demetrius in A Midsummer Night's Dream and Dancairo in Carmen.  

The singer Dan Ettinger stayed devoted to his piano playing and teaching, and so he joined the faculty of the “Rubin Academy of Music” in the Tel-Aviv University and the “Academy of Music and Dance” in Jerusalem as a vocal coach and accompanist.
The success of the young artist was an inspiration and made a decisive influence on the development of a new generation of young singers in Israel.

Due to his tremendous versatility and autodidactic skills Dan Ettinger turned towards conducting, being deeply inspired especially by artists such as Daniel Barenboim, Sergiu Celibidache and Herbert von Karajan. The first opportunity came through an engagement as house conductor and chorus master at the Israeli Opera in Tel-Aviv, where he debuted in 1999 with Don Pasquale.

In the following years he acquired experience in conducting a rich operatic repertoire including Aida, La belle Hélène, Carmen, Cosi fan tutte, Don Giovanni, Evgeny Onegin, L'Italiana in Algeri, Madama Butterfly, Nabucco, Norma, La Traviata and Die Zauberflöte.

Since the beginning of his conducting career Dan Ettinger is also well known on the concert stage. He performed in winter 2001 Rossini's “Petite Messe Solennelle“ and Verdi's “Messa di Requiem“ in the Liturgica festival of the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, and in the years 2002-2003 he served as their principal guest conductor and interpreted major orchestral works like Berlioz's “Symphonie fantastique“, Mahler's 4th Symphony and Mozart's Requiem. During this time he also made his debuts with the Israel Symphony Orchestra and the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. In 2003 he was “Chosen Artist“ of the Israel Cultural Excellence Foundation, Classical Music.

In the year 2003 Dan Ettinger was invited by General Music Director Daniel Barenboim to the  Staatsoper Unter den Linden in Berlin. First engaged as Mr. Barenboim's assistant he was associated with the house until 2009 as Kapellmeister and enriched his repertoire with important works of the operatic literature, such as La Bohème, Carmen, Cosi fan tutte, Don Giovanni, L'Elisir d'Amore, Falstaff, Macbeth, Madama Butterfly, Le nozze di Figaro, Tannhäuser, Tosca, La Traviata, Turandot and Die Zauberflöte.

In addition to his many responsibilities at the Staatsoper Unter den Linden, Dan Ettinger debuted in 2004 and 2005  at the Bayerische Staatsoper München with Le nozze di Figaro and at the Hamburgische Staatsoper with Rigoletto.

Further stations in his international career have been in the 2004/2005 season his successful USA debut with Aida at the Los Angeles Opera and in the following season conducting Robert Wilson's Madama Butterfly.

In 2007 he first stood on the podium of the Wiener Staatsoper conducting a production of L'Elisir d'Amore.
Following an invitation of Placido Domingo he returned to the USA to musically lead Martha Domingo's La Traviata at the Washington National Opera. With Turandot he debuted in spring 2009 at the Zurich Opera House.

Also in Japan acclaims Dan Ettinger great success. Since making his debut in 2004 with Falstaff, directed by Jonathan Miller, he has been a welcome guest at the New National Theatre Tokyo and the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra. Furthermore followed the productions of Cosi fan tutte, Der Freischütz and Idomeneo.

Among the highlights of his conducting engagements at the New National Theatre Tokyo were Das Rheingold and Die Walküre in spring 2009 and the continuation of Keith Warner's “Tokyo Ring” with Siegfried and Die Götterdämmerung in spring 2010. Based of this intense and trustful cooperation with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra he took over as Chief Conductor in April 2010 to extend the existing continuous concerts activities since 2006.

A significant development in Dan Ettinger's career was his appointment as General Music Director of the Nationaltheater Mannheim as of the 2009/2010 season. Under this position he conducted the new productions of Carmen, Turandot, Evgeny Onegin, Lohengrin and Die Zauberflöte and quickly became the theatre public and concert goers favorite. Together with the director Günter Krämer he has been responsible for the creation of the new production of La clemenza di Tito at Mannheim's Mozart summer festival 2010 in Schwetzingen. In addition he conducted the revivals of Cosi fan tutte, La Bohème, Madama Butterfly, Tosca and Le nozze di Figaro.

Also in the Mannheim concert scene Dan Ettinger and the Musikalische Akademie des Nationaltheater-Orchesters have made a significant impact. Starting with a triumphal kick off with Mahler's 2nd Symphony and further attractive concert highlights, such as Beethoven's “Eroica”, Liszt's “Faust-Sinfonie”, Mahler's 4th Symphony, Strawinsky's „Le sacre du printemps“ and the Symphonische Ring, followed the General Music Director and his orchestra the renowned tradition of the Musikalische Akademie's concert series since 1778. 
To the most important future plans in Mannheim belongs the new production of Richard Wagner's Ring cycle directed by Achim Freyer, and in the 2013/2014 season Dan Ettinger will be focusing on the major works of Richard Strauss, among them Elektra and Salome.

Even these present days the internationally acclaimed Israeli conductor keeps on shaping the musical landscape of his homeland.
Since his appointment as Music Director and Principal Conductor in 2005 he led the Israel Symphony Orchestra to one of Israel's leading orchestras. 

In recent years Dan Ettinger made his debuts with great success at the most prestigious international opera houses.
In 2009 he was engaged to conduct Le nozze di Figaro at the Metropolitan Opera New York. With David McVicar's Rigoletto took place in autumn 2010 his celebrated debut at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden and in 2011 followed his first appearance at the  Opéra national de Paris conducting Giorgio Strehler's legendary production of Le nozze di Figaro.

Due to his energetic and inspiring performances further engagements where announced at the Bayerische Staatsoper München with Carmen (2008/2009 and 2010/2011) and La Traviata (2009/2010) and at the Wiener Staatsoper with L'Italina in Algeri (2009/2010) and Aida (2010/2011).

During the 2011/2012 season Dan Ettinger will be regularly seen at the Bayerische Staatsoper München, interpretingCarmen, L'Elisir d'Amore, Le nozze di Figaro, La Bohème and Turandot, and in January 2012 he will also make there his concert debut with Mahler's 2nd Symphony.
In fall 2011 he returns to the New National Theatre Tokyo to lead Heinz Zednik's revival of Die Fledermaus and in January 2012 to the Wiener Staatsoper for Otello.

His upcoming engagements, in addition to his many tasks and responsibilities in Mannheim, Tokyo and Tel-Aviv, include a return appearance at the Metropolitan Opera New York in 2012 with Turandot, as well as Carmen, La Bohème and La Traviata at the Bayerische Staatsoper München and Aida, Carmen, Otello and Tosca at the Wiener Staatsoper in 2013.

The seasons 2013/2014 and 2014/2015 will also bring Dan Ettinger back to the Royal Opera House Covent Garden to conduct La Traviata as well as La Bohème, and a new production of Rossini's Guillaume Tell at the Bayerische Staatsoper München is planned for him in summer 2014.

Monday, 30 April 2012 09:14


Arthur Fagen is in great demand as a conductor of symphony and opera in Europe, Asia, South America and the United States.  He is a regular guest at the most prestigious opera houses, concert halls, and music festivals at home and abroad. Mr. Fagen has been  Professor of Orchestral Conducting at  the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University since 2008. Additionally, he is Music Director of the Atlanta Opera since 2010. 

Mr. Fagen was born in New York where he began his conducting studies with Laszlo Halasz. Further studies continued at the Curtis Institute under the guidance of Max Rudolf, and both at the Salzburg Mozarteum and with Hans Swarowsky. A former assistant of both Christoph von Dohnanyi (Frankfurt Opera) and James Levine (Metropolitan Opera), Mr. Fagen's career has been marked by a string of notable appearances, he has conducted opera productions at the Lyric Opera of Chicago, Metropolitan Opera, Munich State Opera, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Staatsoper Berlin, New York City Opera, Theatre Capitole de Toulouse, Bordeaux Opera, Frankfurt Opera, Staatstheater Stuttgart, New Israeli Opera, Baltimore Opera, Edmonton Opera, Spoleto Festival, Teatro Colon Buenos Aires, Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, Stadttheater Bozen, and from 1998 to 2001, Mr. Fagen was invited regularly as Guest Conductor at the Vienna State Opera. On the concert podium, Mr. Fagen has appeared with internationally known orchestras including the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie, the Czech Philharmonic, Munich Radio Orchestra, Tokyo Philharmonic, RAI Orchestras (Torino, Naples, Milano, Roma), the Bergen Philharmonic, Prague Spring Festival, the Dutch Radio Orchestra, Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, to name but a few. 

Mr. Fagen has an opera repertory of more than 75 works. He has served as Principal Conductor in Kassel and Brunswick, as Chief Conductor of the Flanders Opera of Antwerp and Ghent, as Music Director of the Queens Symphony Orchestra and a member of the conducting staff of the Chicago LyricOpera. 
In 2002/2007 Mr. Fagen was the Music Director of the Dortmund Philharmonic Orchestra and the Dortmund Opera. Following his successful concerts with the Dortmund Philharmonic at the Grosse Festspielhaus in Salzburg, Arthur Fagen and the Dortmund Philharmonic were invited to the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Palais de Beaux Arts in Brussels, and in Salzburg, Beijing and Shanghai. He conducted in that period, among others, new opera productions of Siegfried, Götterdämmerung  and  two Ring Cycles.

Mr. Fagen conducted a new production of Turandot at the Atlanta Opera in 2007, opening the season with enormous success and inaugurating the new Opera House, the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center. Soon after he conducted in Atlanta the contemporary opera Cold Sassy Tree by Carlisle Floyd. In 2008 he was appointed  Professor of Music in instrumental conducting at Indiana University Jacobs School of Musik in Bloomington. The season included engagements with the Israel Symphony Orchestra, Holland Sinfonia, Buenos Aires Philharmonic, Dortmunder Philharmoniker, Sicily and Rome's Symphony Orchestras, Britten's A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Opera de Nice, concerts in Spain (Las Palmas, Navarra) and in Taiwan. A CD for Naxos was released in October 2007, Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsodies with the Staatskapelle Weimar.

Last two seasons Mr. Fagen conducted Beethoven's Fidelio in Portland, Akhnaten by Philip Glass and Wagner's Fliegende Hollaender in Atlanta, as well as a new production of Mozart’s Magic Flute. He conducted the NDR Hannover in Braunschweig and at the Schleswig-Holstein Festival, the Winterthur Orchestra in Switzerland, and has been invited to conduct concerts in Italy, Spain, Poland and South America. 

Arthur Fagen was first prizewinner of the "Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Conductors Competition" as well as prizewinner of the "Gino Marinuzzi International Conductors' Competition" in Italy.
Mr. Fagen has recorded for BMG, Bayerischer Rundfunk, SFB and WDR Cologne. He records regularly for Naxos, for whom he has completed the 6 symphonies of Bohuslav Martinu. The recent Naxos recording of Martinu's Piano Concertos has been awarded an Editor's Choice in the March 2010 issue of Gramophone Magazine.

July 2011
Monday, 30 April 2012 09:11


CHARLES OLIVIERI-MUNROE begins the 2011/12 season as the newly appointed Principal Conductor of Philharmonie Südwestfalen.  At the same time, he continues in his capacity as Chief Conductor with the North Czech Philharmonic, now in his 14th season.  
Charles Olivieri-Munroe's hold on public imagination stems from a combination of talent and charisma.  He is increasingly recognized in the international press for his innovative programming, interpretation of Slavic repertoire and his passion for purity of orchestral sound.  His career takes him across five continents, appearing with many of the world’s finest orchestras which has included the Israel Philharmonic, Czech Philharmonic, Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Berlin Deutches Symphonie-Orchester, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Danish Radio Symphony, Budapest Symphony, Warsaw Philharmonic, Royal Brussels Philharmonic, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Oregon Symphony Orchestra, and those of New York, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Athens, Istanbul, Lisbon, Tokyo, Seoul and Mexico City.   
Under his leadership the North Czech Philharmonic has seem a dramatic increase in its size, budget and international reputation with highly praised recording projects, commissions of new music, world premieres and live broadcasts. His recordings with SONY, RCA Red Seal, NAXOS, SMS Classical, Naïve Records can be heard on many of the world’s classical radio stations.  He has also held the position of Principal Conductor of the Colorado ‘Crested Butte’ Festival in the USA (2008), Artistic Director of the Inter-Regionales Symfonie Orchester in Germany (2008), Chief Conductor of the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra in Bratislava (2001-2004), Resident Conductor of the Brno Philharmonic (1995-97) and Karlsbad Symphony Orchestra (1993-95).
In the opera house, Charles Olivieri-Munroe has appeared at the Berlin Komische Oper conducting Verdi’s Falstaff, in Milan conducting Mozart’s Don Giovanni, Lago di Como Festival conducting Aida and at Il Teatro Fenice in Venice.  In Amsterdam he presented the Netherlands National Ballet in a crossover production entitled Body and Voice.  He has also appeared at the Prague National Opera and the Prague State Opera.  He was named Music Director at the Warsaw Chamber Opera conducting a new production of Stravinsky’s Rake’s Progress and next year will appear at the Warsaw National Theater conducting Stravinsky’s opera Le Rossignol. 
Charles Olivieri-Munroe grew up in Toronto where he studied the piano with the eminent pedagogue, Boris Berlin, at the Royal Conservatory of Music and at the University of Toronto.  Following his graduation in 1992 he won three Ontario scholarships to study conducting with Otakar Trhlik at the Janacek Academy of Music in Brno, Czechoslovakia.   He was also a student of Jiri Belohlavek and spent two summers (1995/96) at L’Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Siena studying with Ilja Musin and Yuri Temirkanov.  In 1997 Charles Olivieri-Munroe was a recipient of the $20,000 career grant from the Canada Council for the Arts. His international career was launched by a series of triumphs in international competitions culminating with him winning First Prize in the 2000 ‘Prague Spring International Music Festival’ Conducting Competition in which he also won the prizes offered by Supraphon Records, City of Prague and by Czech Radio.  
Today, Charles Olivieri-Munroe is a key personality with the major musical institutions in Prague including the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Prague Spring International Festival and Prague Academy of Music where he has recently been appointed to the conducting faculty by Jiri Belohlavek.  
He discovered and has given premiere performances by such famous Czech composers as Martinu – Nocturne, Karel Ancerl – Sinfonieta, Smetana – From My Life and Janacek – the original version of his opera Jenufa. 
He launches the 2010/11 season with several debut performances this season in Japan with the Nagoya Symphony Orchestra, in France at l’Orchestre National des Pays de La Loire, the Sudwestfallen Philharmonie, Bremen Philharmonic, Dessau Philharmonic, the Moscow Philharmonic, the Santiago Symphony in Chile, and the Odense Symphony Orchestra in Denmark. Coming up are a German tour with the Nordwestdeutche Philharmonie, a tour with the Israel Chamber Orchestra, and debuts with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Sinfonia Varsovia and a recording with the Czech Philharmonic for SONY-Classical. 
Monday, 30 April 2012 03:48


Violinist Asi Matathias, protege of Pinchas Zukerman, is already recognized as one of the most celebrated talents of his generation.

He made his debut at the age of 14 with the Israel Philharmonic under the baton of Zubin Mehta, displaying a musical maturity and inspiration far beyond his years. This success was immediately followed by another invitation from Maestro Mehta to perform with him in the following season. Since then, Mr. Matathias has performed as a soloist with numerous orchestras across the globe with conductors such as Leon Botstein, Frederic Chaslin, Eduard Topchjan, Stephen Gunzenhauser, Stephen D'Agostino, The late Mendi Rodan, Oliver Weder and Yaron Traub and Noam Zur.

        Mr. Matathias has recorded for the BBC, CBC, WQXR, IBA and ORF labels. He is a frequent recitalist and has performed extensively throughout Europe, Asia, the US, South America and Israel in foremost venues like Carnegie Hall’s Stern Auditorium, Zankel Hall and Weil Recital Hall, 92Y in New York, Berlin Philharmonie, Izumy Hall in Japan and The National Arts Center in Canada. As an enthusiastic chamber musician, he has collaborated with renowned artists such as pianists Yefim Bronfman and Kirill Gerstein, violinist Nikolaj Znaider, violist Nobuko Imai and cellists Alissa Weilerstein and Frans Helmerson. He has played in Festivals such as the Jerusalem International Chamber Music Festival, The Con Anima Festival in Austria, the Vienna Bezirk Wochen Festspiele, the Israel Festival, Prussia Cove in England and other festivals around the world.

       Mr. Matathias began playing the violin when he was six years old. In Israel, he studied with Chaim Taub, and became the youngest student to be enrolled at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna. Since 1997 he has been supported by the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, and he has also studied with Aaron Rosand. Mr. Matathias earned both bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the Manhattan School of Music, where he was a long time student of Pinchas Zukerman.


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Wednesday, 25 April 2012 15:50


Alon Harari was born in Israel in 1982. He graduated with his M.A in Performance and B.Mus. studies with honours at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music, Tel-Aviv (2002-2008).

He was awarded scholarships from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation from (2005-2010), as well as a scholarship from the Colton Foundation for M.A studies (2007-2009). Alon won the first prize in the Buchman-Mehta School Competition (2004) and the Most Promising Young Artist prize at the Hilde Zadek International Competition in Vienna (2004). Alon was a finalist at the Spring Competitions for Young Singers in Israel (2008); as well as the prestigious 47th Francisco Viñas International Singing Competition in Barcelona (2010) and a finalist at the 10th Sacred Music CompetitioninRome,Italy (2010).

He regualry appears at the Abu-Gosh Festival (since 2003) the Eilat Chamber Music Festival (2008) and gave recitals in London and Glasgow.

In 2006, he sung the role of “Zephyrus” in a Brilliant Classics recording of Mozart’s Apollo & Hyacinthus, conducted by Nicol Matt in Stuttgart,Germany 2006.  

In 2007 he made his first appearance at The Lithuanian National Opera as “Orfeo” in Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice, to critical acclaim.

Alon has performed with Matthew Halls (Retrospect Ensemble-London); Dan Ettinger and the ISrael Symphony Orchestra Rishon LeZion in Carmina Burana, and with The Jerusalem Camerata Orchestra in Dido and Aeneas by Purcell and with the Jerusalem  Symphony Orchestra.

His career took him to Germany where he performed in The Münster Opera House as Eustazio in Rinaldo by Handel, and in The Dortmund Opera House as Tolomeo in Julius Cesare by Handel to critical acclaim.

During the 2011- 2012 season, Alon performed in Ottone at the Handel Festival in Halle, Germany, as Tolomeo in Giulio Cesare  by Handel at The Finnish National Opera Helsinki with Maestro Howard Arman and the role of Orfeo in Orfeo ed Euridice production at the Israeli Opera.

Wednesday, 25 April 2012 15:48



G.F.Handel  "Ottone"  Aria of Adalberto "Bel Labbro" 

In Halle Handel festival, Germany. Conducted by Marcus Creed (June 2011)

Vivaldi  - Stabat Mater - Israel Camerata - conductor Avner Biron (may 2010)


Dido and Aneas -  Israel Camerata - conductor Avner Biron (February 2009)

Wednesday, 25 April 2012 10:38


The Spanish-Argentinean mezzo soprano began her studies in Buenos Aires where she was born, and continued in the Superior Conservatory in Barcelona.

The core of her repertoire lies in Monteverdi (Ottavia, Proserpina, Minerva), Mozart (Dorabella, Annio, Zerlina, Idamante, Tamiri) and Rossini (Zaida, Doralice, Roggiero), roles that she has sung in Liceu theatre in BarcelonaLa Zarzuela  and Teatro Real  in MadridTheâtre de la Monnaie in Brussels, Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro, Mozart Festival in La Coruña and the Salzburger Festspiele, among others.

Especially interested in the relationship between voice and movement, she has worked in productions that combine music and modern dance in the theatres of Basel and LuzernHebbel-Theater in Berlin, TheOpera of CologneBrooklyn Academy of Music of New York, Early Music Festival in Innsbruck and for The Fish-house in San Francisco.

As a recitalist she feels a predilection for the French and Spanish repertory and has given world premiers by Montsalvatge, Frederic Mompou, Enric Palomar, David Padrós, Josep M. Quadreny and Jordi Rossinyol.

Among her recordings are the „Madrigali guerrieri ed amorosi“ by Monteverdi for Harmonia Mundi under the direction of René Jacobs; for Lauda Música “El gran Burlador” (Diapason d’or:  “Grandes Voix Humaines. Henry Jacqueton”);  “Frederic Mompou”  – Warner Music- with the Real Filharmonía de Galiciaorchestra and, for Columna Música, „Frederic Mompou –Combat del somni“,  “Requiem” by Xavier Benguerel (Cd Compact 2007 award), „Montsalvatge Integral de canto (Vol I)“ and the Grammy nomineeopera „El gato con botas“ with the orchestra of the Liceu Theatre.