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Florian Stoertz, baritone
Aleksandra Myslek, piano
Eva Zalenga, soprano
Teodora Oprisor, piano
Lieder by Schubert & others
Artists "Lied the Future" 2024: Academy Johann Martin Kränzle
icon dayWednesday 28 August 18 h
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La carrera com a cantant del baríton Johann Martin Kränzle és ben coneguda, però no és tan conegut el seu vessant com a pedagog, que exerceix des de fa més de trenta anys amb cursos i masterclasses a les principals universitats alemanyes i, molt especialment, al Brasil, on duu a terme un projecte molt personal. Kränzle és el tutor dels duos formats per Florian Stoertz i Aleksandra Myslek i per Eva Zalenga i Teodora Oprisor, que en aquest concert presentaran la feina feta durant tot el curs i, molt especialment, durant la setmana prèvia.
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Lieder by Schubert and others
Florian Stoertz
Florian Stoertz

Florian Stoertz won in 2023 the International Handel Singing Competition, the Helmut Deutsch Song Competition and the Prix de mélodie at the International Voice-Piano Competition 'Lili et Nadia Boulanger' in Paris. On the recital stage, Florian’s recent appearances include French song concerts at Salle Cortot and Wigmore Hall, as well as at song festivals in Zeist and Leeds. The current season further sees his recital debut alongside pianist Helmut Deutsch at the International Music Festival Zell am See. Operatic roles include, among others, Bartolo (Le nozze di Figaro), Masetto and Commendatore (Don Giovanni). Florian is an alumnus of the Royal Academy of Music, London where during his studies he was awarded first prizes for both opera and song recitals, as well as the Britten Pears Young Artist Programme. Having enjoyed his musical upbringing in the vocal music scene around Trier Cathedral (Germany), he is now based in London.

Eva Zalenga
Eva Zalenga

Born in Biberach (Baden-Württemberg), she received her first singing lessons at a very young age. At the age of fourteen, she gave her first solo concerts and received a "Jugend musiziert" prize. She studied in Dresden and Leipzig; her training was complemented by masterclasses with Vesselina Kasarova, Rudolf Piernay, Christine Schäfer, and Hedwig Fassbender, among others. Eva Zalenga is the winner of the SWR Junge Opernstars 2023, a competition where she also received the Emmerich Smola Förderpreis and the Orchestra Prize of the Deutschen Radio Philharmonie. In 2023, she also won the International Music Competition Vienna. She recently debuted as Sophie (Werther) and Adele (Die Fledermaus) and is a member of the opera companies at the theaters of St. Gallen and Regensburg. Passionate about song, her debut CD will soon be released, featuring pianist Doriana Tchakarova, which includes recordings of premieres and rarely recorded romantic pieces.

Aleksandra Myslek
Aleksandra Myslek

The prize-winner of national and international competitions, including the Robert Schumann International Competition in Poland and Frédéric Chopin International Competition in Hungary, and having won two of the chamber music prizes at the Royal Academy of Music, Aleksandra established herself as a sought-after chamber musician and now cooperates with both instrumentalists and singers. Aleksandra is a staff pianist at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire and at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama as well as a frequent guest at the Royal Academy of Music, where she works as an accompanist and a piano and ensemble tutor for the Widening Participation Department. She was a Santander Encuentro de Música, Leeds Lieder, and Solti Accademia Young Artist and is a Britten Pears Young Artist 2023-24. 2024 is a year of her Carnegie Hall debut as a participant of the Renée Fleming Song Studio.

Teodora Oprisor
Teodora Oprisor

Romanian pianist Teodora Oprișor specializes in collaborating with singers. Passionate about the art song repertoire, she has performed recitals in major venues and festivals such as the Wigmore Hall, Pierre Boulez Saal in Berlin, LIFE Victoria Festival or Musée d’Orsay. Having studied piano performance at the Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt in Weimar, she then pursued her Master’s Degree in Piano Accompaniment at the Royal Academy of Music in London. She is a former scholar of the Heidelberg Lied Academy, the Académie Orsay-Royaumont and the Yehudi Menuhin LIFE Music Now Foundation. Teodora performs regularly with her duo partner, baritone Michael Arivony. Together, they have won the 1st prize at the International Student Lied Duo Competition in Groningen (2020), 3rd prize at the Das Lied Competition in Heidelberg (2019). Teodora is currently based in San Sebastián (Spain), where she is the pianist of the Orfeón Donostiarra choir.



The artists are grant holders of the "Lied the Future" program sponsored by the Banco Sabadell Foundation

Banc Sabadell Fundació