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  • 16.06.2018 - Piotr Beczala was awarded with the European Culture Prize TAURUS

  • It was an evening full of music. On June the 8th Dresden and its famous Frauenkirche became the European ambassadors of peace and sound. The European Culture Prize TAURUS was presented to eight people and institutions in Dresden on June 8 during a Gala ceremony in the Dresden Frauenkirche. Each person awarded is particularly committed to the preservation of the common cultural heritage – said Viola Klein from the Board of Trustees of the European...

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  • 14.06.2018 - Das Land Des Lachelns: Piotr Beczala Shines

  • "The Star of the Night As Prince Sou-Chong, Beczala played a convincing lover, singing with ardor and finesse, especially once some opening reticence retreated. While he admitted he could have his sweetheart beheaded if he wanted, such cruelty remained latent in his character. In the operetta’s most famous aria, “Dein ist mein ganzes Herz,” he sang with direct and honest feeling. No hiding, no false over-romanticism, but a straightforward...

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  • 14.06.2018 - Rolando Villazón presenta en Viena carta de Mozart

  • El tenor mexicano Rolando Villazón presentó ayer en Viena, por primera vez, una valiosa carta escrita por Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) seis meses antes de morir y que ha sido adquirida por la Fundación Mozarteum de Salzburgo. Milenio

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  • 14.06.2018 - Mojca Erdmann to sing at the Pierre Boulez Saal

  • On October 20, Soprano Mojca Erdmann, equally at home in the Classical and Romantic repertoire and in contemporary music, presents the season’s first Schubert recital at the Pierre Boulez Saal with pianist Malcolm Martineau by her side. The program includes works from all phases of Schubert’s short life—from the 14-year-old’s very first song, Hagars Klage, to the famous “Ave Maria,” written three years before his death. For more...

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  • 14.06.2018 - Anna Netrebko: 5 Fire Questions (Interview #3)

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  • 11.06.2018 - Regula Mühlemann's "clean lines and immaculate diction gave real class to her Rosina"

  • "Soprano Regula Mühlemann sings it, and all else, exquisitely." - The Arts Desk "First among equals was Regula Mühlemann, whose smooth legato, clean lines and immaculate diction gave real class to her Rosina. It’s clear she has the right voice for Mozart and her sense of fun, demonstrative enjoyment in her character’s machinations bubbled into her singing." - Bachtrack

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