24.04.2016 - Mojca Erdmann performs at the Klavier-Festival Ruhr
- Mojca Erdmann is a featured soloist in two concerts at this year's Klavier-Festival Ruhr, held at Schloss Herten. The first takes place on May 5 and features Brahms' Zwei Gesänge mit Bratsche op. 91 and Liebesliederwalzer op. 52, in addition to other works (TBA). On May 6 she also sings lieder by Brahms in performance with pianist Graham Johnson and tenor Robin Tritschler.
19.04.2016 - Opera News reviews Mojca Erdmann's "unforgettable" performance in world premiere of 'South Pole'
- ". . . soprano Mojca Erdmann used her pristine timbre to paint an unforgettable portrait of Amundsen’s Landlady . . ." Jeffrey A. Leipsic - Opera News
08.04.2016 - Mojca Erdmann featured in recital at Tokyo's Bunka Kaikan
- Mojca Erdmann is joined by pianist Malcom Martineau for a recital this month, at the Bunka Kaikan in Tokyo. Tickets are available at the following link for this performance, taking place on April 20.
01.04.2016 - Mojca Erdmann sings music by Wolfgang Rihm in Baden-Baden
- From the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden: "The soprano Mojca Erdmann and the composer Wolfgang Rihm: not so long ago, critics would have raved about muses and masters, today we prefer to consider them a match made in music heaven. She has already excelled in title parts in Rihm’s operas. There’s also an orchestral work by Rihms to look forward to!" The concert takes place on April 16 - purchase...
19.03.2016 - Mojca Erdmann sings Susanna in 'Figaro' next season at the Liceu
- Next season, Mojca will sing the role of Susanna in a spectacular staging of Mozart's 'Le nozze di Figaro' at the Gran Teatre del Liceu, alongside an international cast including Kyle Ketelson in the title role, Gyula Orendt as the Count, and Olga Mykytenko sings the Countess. Performances take place November 7, 12, 14, 16 & 19.
13.03.2016 - Mojca sings Mozart's Requiem in Munich next week!
- Mojca Erdmann joins a spectacular group of colleagues in Munich next week, where they will perform Mozart's Requiemis with Maestro Zubin Mehta and the Munich Philharmonic, March 22, 24 & 26. Soloists for this not-to-be-missed series include Okka von der Damerau, Michael Schade, and Christof Fischesser.