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THE WORLD OPERA STARS: MOJCA ERDMANN

Přidané : 27.05.2011 18:22

MOJCA ERDMANN, soprano
Rudolfinum - Dvořákova síň, náměstí Jana Palacha, Praha 1
26.11.2011 19:00

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Praised by critics and loved by audiences for her beauty of tone and impeccable artistry, young soprano Mojca Erdmann is a rapidly rising star in the international music scene. Born in Hamburg, she started singing in the children’s choir of the Hamburger Staatsoper and taking up private singing lessons. Mojca Erdmann studied singing with Hans Sotin at the Cologne College of Music, where she also studied violin. She continues to work intensively with Ingrid Figur.
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In 2002, Mojca Erdmann won the first prize at the German Federal Competition (category voice), as well as the Special Prize for Contemporary Music. In August 2005, she was awarded the NDR Music Prize in the framework of the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, as well as the Luitpold Prize during the Bad Kissingen Summer. While still a student, Mojca Erdmann became a member of the ensemble of Komische Oper Berlin and also performed as a guest at various opera houses.
She began the 2009-10 season with her role debut as Sophie (Rosenkavalier) in a new production by Stefan Herheim at the Staatsoper Stuttgart. Further operatic highlights include her role debut as Ännchen in a new production of Weber’s Der Freischütz at Theater an der Wien and the world premiere of Wolfgang Rihm’s new opera Dionysus at the Salzburg Festival. Further projects include a European tour of a Bach-program with Hilary Hahn, Matthias Goerne and the Munich Chamber Orchestra as well as concerts in Frankfurt, at the Vienna Musikverein, Stockhlom, La Scala, Cologne, Amsterdam, Bad Kissingen and in Berlin.
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After her Salzburg Festival debut in 2006 as Mozart’s Zaide, she was invited to return to the festival in 2007 where she sang Zelmira in Haydn’s Armida. In 2008, she gave her debut as Blondchen (Die Entführung aus dem Serail) at Opera Amsterdam. Simon Rattle invited her to sing Waldvogel in his new production of Wagner’s Siegfried in Aix (2008) and at the Salzburg Easter Festival in 2009. Future operatic plans include her debut at the Metropolitan Opera as Zerlina in a new production of Don Giovanni under James Levine and productions of Cosi fan tutte and Don Giovanni in Baden-Baden.
An unusually versatile performer, she is much sought after for her interpretation of contemporary music: She gave her debut with Berlin Staatsoper in the world premiere of Takemitsu – My Way of Life. In 2009 she performed the title role in Wolfgang Rihm’s Proserpina, a piece written specifically for her.
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Mojca Erdmann has a vast concert repertoire and is frequently working with conductors such as Sir Simon Rattle, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Ivor Bolton, Manfred Honeck, Kent Nagano, Fabio Luisi and Daniel Harding. She appeared with the Berliner Philharmonic, the Deutsches Symphonie Orchester Berlin, the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Vienna Symphony, the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of Europe and the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Mojca Erdmann can be heard on many recordings, including an acclaimed version of Mahler’s 4th Symphony with the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra under Jonathan Nott (Tudor) and in Ravel’s L’enfant et les sortilèges with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra under Sir Simon Rattle (EMI). In 2009, she signed an exclusive agreement with Deutsche Grammophon, with the first recording ’Mostly Mozart‘, featuring arias by Mozart and his contemporaries, slated for release in the Spring of 2011.
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