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Juliane Banse, soprano
Wolfram Rieger, piano
Konstantin Krimmel, baritone
Lieder by Brahms & Schumann
icon day bThursday 25 August, 20:30 h
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Johannes Brahms
 
Ständchen, op. 106/1
An die Nachtigall, op. 46/4
Sapphische Ode, op. 94/4
Auf dem Kirchhofe, op. 105/4
 
Vier ernste Gesänge, op. 121
 
Robert Schumann
 
Frauenliebe und -leben, op. 42
 
Duets
Ich bin dein Baum, op. 101/3
So wahr die Sonne scheinet, op. 37/12
Liebesgram, op. 74/3
An den Abendstern, op.103/4
An die Nachtigall, op. 103/3
Familiengemälde, op. 34/4
 
Juliane Banse
Juliane Banse
Juliane Banse

Her artistic breakthrough came at the age of 20 as Pamina in Harry Kupfer’s production of Die Zauberflöte at the Komische Oper Berlin. Her performance as Snow White in the world premiere of the opera by Heinz Holliger at the Zurich Opera House was described as unforgettable. Juliane Banse sang the title role in the revival of Jeanne d’Arc by Walter Braunfels in Cologne, and appeared in Zurich in the world premiere of Heinz Holliger’s opera Lunea. She gave her debut as Marschallin (Der Rosenkavalier), and sang the role of Elsa (Lohengrin) in Nantes and Anger. Song recitals and chamber music have always featured prominently in Juliane Banse's calendar, and she has sung at the Wigmore Hall, the Pierre Boulez Saal or the Schubertíada in Vilabertran. Among her recordings stand out Unanswered Love, featuring works by Reimann, Rihm and Henze, some of which were recorded for the first time and dedicated to her; Im Arm der Liebe with works by Braunfels, Korngold, Marx and Pfitzner or Hindemith's Marienleben.

Wolfram Rieger
Wolfram Rieger

Wolfram Rieger studied at the Hochschule für Musik in Munich with Erik Werber and Helmut, and attended several masterclasses with Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. He began teaching at the Munich Hochschule in 1991 while still a student. In 1998 he became a professor at the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler in Berlin and regularly holds masterclasses throughout Europe and Japan. He is frequently invited to important venues and festivals around the world, such as the Feldkirch and Vilabertran Schubertiades, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, London’s Wigmore Hall, and the Vienna Musikverein. He has accompanied Brigitte Fassbaender, Barbara Bonney, Juliane Banse, Michelle Breedt, Thomas Hampson, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Matthias Goerne, and Thomas Quasthoff, among others.

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Konstantin Krimmel

Konstantin Krimmel, with German-Romanian roots, first got in touch with music singing at the St. George's Choir Boys in Ulm. Even in his student days, Konstantin Krimmel developed a special love for the concert and lied repertoire; since then, he has won numerous competitions, including the German Music Competition 2019 as well as 1st prize at the International Helmut Deutsch Lied Competition and the 2nd prize at the International Singing Competition 'Das Lied' in Heidelberg. He has performed recitals at the Kölner Philharmonie, the Deutsche Opern Berlin, the Konzerthaus Berlin, the Oper Frankfurt, the Heidelberger Frühling, the Schubertíada, the Schubertiade in Schwarzenberg, as well as in Madrid, in London (Wigmore Hall) and at the Lied Festival in Oxford. He is a member of the BBC New Generation Artists (2021-2023) and the Bavarian Opera, where he has performed, among others, the roles of Guglielmo (Così fan tutte), Papageno (Die Zauberflöte), Harlekin (Ariadne auf Naxos) and Yoshio (Hanjo).

 
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