Don Juan Archiv - Wien, Forschungsverlag
Stefano Cavallerin, Marion Gilbart Read, Anna Pangalou
Stefano Cavallerin, Marion Gilbart Read, Anna Pangalou
Stefano Cavallerin, Mary Hunter, Marion Gilbart Read
Stefano Cavallerin, Mary Hunter, Marion Gilbart Read
Matthew Head
Matthew Head
Anna Pangalou
Anna Pangalou
Stefano Cavallerin
Stefano Cavallerin

Konzerte 2010

 

 Lord Byron's Dream (Istanbul, Austrian Cultural Forum)
 Lord Byron's Pilgrimage (Vienna, Bibliotheca Theresiana)

Lord Byron's Dream

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Istanbul, Austrian Cultural Forum

Marian Gilbart Read (London) (Presentation)

Anna Pangalou (Athens) (Mezzo-soprano)
Stefano Cavallerin (Perugia) (Piano)

 

Programme

Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov

Pesnja zjulejki op.26 No. 4

 

Carl Loewe

Todtenklage op. 4 Nr. 5

Thränen und Lächeln op. 4 No. 6

Sie geht in Schönheit op. 5 No. 1

Jordan's Ufer op. 13 No. 4

 

Germaine Tailleferre

Deux poems de Lord Byron

From the Portuguese "Tu mi Chamas"

Remembrance from Hours of Idleness

 

Robert Schumann

Aus den hebräischen Gesängen (Myrthen) op. 25 No.15

Räthsel (Myrthen) op. 25 No. 16

 

Giovanni Pacini

Il Corsaro

Recitativo e Cavatina of Corrado

Scena ed Aria di Medora

 

 

Lord Byron's Pilgrimage

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Vienna, Bibliotheca Theresiana

Matthew Head (London) (Presentation)

Anna Pangalou (Athens) (Mezzo-soprano)
Stefano Cavallerin (Perugia) (Piano)

 

Programme

Isaac Nathan

Farre thee well

Oh weep for those

She walks in beauty

 

Carl Loewe

Die Sonne der Schlaflosen

Wär' ich wirklich so falsch

 

Felix Menselssohn-Bartholdy

Keine von der Erde Schönen

Schlafloser Augen Leuchte

 

Fanny Hensel

Three Songs on Poems by Lord Byron:

There be none of Beauty's Daughters

Bright be the place of thy soul!

Farewell

 

Robert Schumann

Lieder circle op. 95

Die Tochter Jephtas

An den Mond

Dem Helden

 

Hugo Wolf

Sonne der Schlummer

Keine gleicht von allen Schönen

ARTISTS

Stefano Cavallerin

Stefano Cavallerin began to study music in Perugia, Italy, where he received a diploma in piano at the Conservatory F. Morlacchi, and continued his musical studies at the Musikhochschule in Vienna (Diploma in composition). During his stays in Vienna he has worked as a concert pianist together with pianist Russell Ryan (Italy, Austria). After his studies, he was a coach in master classes for singers (Alfredo Kraus, Vienna; Gabriel Bacquier, Geneva; Antonietta Stella, Rome) and for the reopening of the Teatro sociale in Como, and also for the Rossini Opera Festival (Pesaro). He appeared as pianist for the première of the opera Maximilian Kolbe (Eugène Ionesco-Dominique Probst, Rimini). He was also assistant of the composer Egisto Macchi (Rome). In 1998 he composed the music for the operina by Jaein ou `Wwyyrsthh Eine Oper für Büropa (Linz, Brucknerhaus). He alternates between coaching, composing, and collaborating as researcher for the Don Juan Archiv Wien and for the Institut Studium Faesulanum.

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Matthew Head
Dr. Head, lecturer in music at King's College, London, is a graduate of Oxford and Yale, and a specialist in music of the European Enlightenment. He has published on C.P.E. Bach, Minna Brandes, Beethoven, Joseph Haydn, Mozart, and Sophie Westenholz, exploring issues of musical character, performance, improvisation, genre, authorship, orientalism and gender. Matthew Head is currently working on a book of essays on music, gender and authorship in the late eighteenth century. Publications include: Orientalism, Masquerade and Mozart's Turkish Music (RMA Monographs 9) London: RMA, 2000; 'Musicology on Safari: Orientalism and the Spectre of Postcolonial Theory,' in Music Analysis, 22/1-2 (March-July 2003), pp. 211-230; 'Haydn's Exoticisms: 'Difference' and the Enlightenment' in The Cambridge Companion to Haydn, ed. C. Clark. Cambridge: CUP, 2005, pp. 77-94.

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Anna Pangalou

Anna Pangalou is a mezzo-soprano and studied singing with Christa Ludwig and Antonietta Stella. In June 2002 she finished her studies in the Athenaeum Konservatorium in Athens (Singing Class of Marina Grilovitci) with the highest merit. She has participated in several Master Classes with Aris Christofellis, Jeanette Pilou, Helga Wagner and Gena Dimitrova. Since 2004 she has continued her studies under the guidance of Christa Ludwig and Antonietta Stella as a scholar of the Alexandros Onassis scholarship. She is a winner of the International Dimitris Mitropoulos Competition in 2003 (First Prize). Since her debut in 2004 she has sung as soloist in several concerts (with piano, ensemble, and orchestra) with arias from operas, lieder and contemporary music in Vienna, Frankfurt, Athens, Limasol and Munich. She also sang the part of Koryphäe in the first performance of the Opera Eymenides from B. Tole in the ancient Amphitheater Herodus Atticus in Athens, the Wesendonk Lieder from Wagner, the Maeterling Lieder from Zemlinsky in Athens Megaron Concert Hall with Camerata Orchester, and Dreispitz from Manuel de Falla with the Südwestdeutsche Philharmonie in Konstanz.

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Marian Gilbart Read

Marian Gilbart Read studied French and Spanish Language and Literature at Oxford University before working in arts administration and in higher education in London and Winchester.  She completed a multidisciplinary doctorate in 2004 at the University of Southampton with “Verdi’s Un ballo in maschera: An Approach through Mikhail Bakhtin’s Theory of Carnival”, and has research interests in nineteenth-century opera in Italy and France.  Dr. Read holds Patron memberships at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden; Glyndebourne Opera; Garsington Opera; Grange Park Opera; and Holland Park Opera.  Her grandfather was born in Tarsus, Turkey.

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