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Katja Maderer, soprano
Wolfram Rieger, piano
Lieder by Brahms, Dvořák, Wolf & Schubert
Opening concert
Friday 16 August 20:30 h
sold out
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Què ens hi trobarem?
Katja Maderer va ser un dels alumnes becats del projecte Lied the Future 2023; l'excel·lent impressió que va deixar i l'aposta continuada de la Schubertíada pel talent més jove han portat la soprano, de vint-i-tres anys, a oferir el concert inaugural enguany.
L'obra destacada
Les Cançons gitanes d'Antonín Dvořák (entre elles la cèlebre Cançons que la mare m'ensenyà) recullen l'esperit sensible i la cultura antiga del poble gitano, amb una música que evoca la seva tradició musical a Bohèmia, ben coneguda pel compositor.
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Johannes Brahms
Meine Liebe ist grün, op. 63/5
Das Mädchen, op. 95/1
Sommerabend, op. 58/1
Salamander, op. 107/2
Von ewiger Liebe, op. 43/1
Die Mainacht, op. 43/2
Von waldbekränzter Höhe, op. 57/1
Antonín Dvořák
Zigeunermelodien, op. 55
Hugo Wolf
Spanisches Liederbuch (selecció)
Franz Schubert
Das Lied im Grünen, D. 917
Ganymed, D. 544
Nachtstück, D. 672
Katja Maderer
Katja Maderer

Katja Maderer debuted recently in Copenhagen as a soprano soloist in Johann Sebastian Bach’s St Matthew Passion. She was one of the winners of the Bundeswettbewerb Gesang in Berlin in 2020 and, together with the pianist Amadeus Wiesensee, she won the special prize for the best interpretation of a contemporary Lied at the Internationaler Wettbewerb für Liedkunst in Stuttgart in 2022. Katja has given concerts at the Festspiele Europäische Wochen in Passau and at the Musikfest ION in Nuremberg, as well as at the Kammermusikwoche Tabea Zimmermann and the Christian Gerhaher Liedwoche at Schloss Elmau. Having completed her studies under professors Christiane Iven and Sabine Lahm at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Munich (where she studied violin in addition to singing), Katja Maderer continued her training in the class of professor Lars Woldt.

continua els seus estudis a la classe del professor Lars Woldt.


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.