Synonyms for damrau or Related words with damrau

baltsa              mingardo              cotrubas              rysanek              sintow              guleghina              pluhar              dolora              futral              netrebko              dessay              migenes              gruberova              berganza              fracci              bacquier              malfitano              trentini              gueden              ananiashvili              toczyska              rethberg              tomowa              petibon              arpeggiata              shicoff              eggerth              koleva              zajick              bruson              ricciarelli              frittoli              kurenko              dermota              troyanos              steber              ganzarolli              lhevinne              giannetta              roocroft              cherici              sciutti              varnay              caccialanza              ghiaurov              plishka              maliponte              ciannella              arbenina              fassbaender             

Examples of "damrau"
A review of a 2011 CD of songs by Liszt, sung by Diana Damrau, noted:
Since 2007 Damrau has had an exclusive recording contract with EMI/Virgin.
Damrau is married to French bass-baritone Nicolas Testé. They have two sons, born in 2010 and 2012.
Recent recordings include Diana Damrau singing his "Vocalise" from "Wuthering Heights" (Warner) and an entire album for Sony Classical with Sonya Yoncheva, "Paris mon Amour".
Harry Robert Damrau (September 11, 1890 – August 21, 1957) was an American Major League Baseball third baseman. He played for the Philadelphia Athletics during the season.
Diana Damrau (born 31 May 1971) is a German soprano opera singer. She is a Kammersängerin of the Bavarian State Opera.
Balázs Kocsár has conducted at a number of operas at concert halls over the world including Italy, Germany, France, Australia. Among others he performed with musicians like Diana Damrau, Elena Garanca, Roberto Alagna and Jonas Kaufman.
In Munich, Carydis conducted an acclaimed new staging in 2011 of Offenbach's "Les contes d'Hoffmann" starring Diana Damrau and Rolando Villazón. This was streamed over the Internet. He has also performed with the Munich Philharmonic.
His operas "Falstaff" (1995 production from the Schwetzingen Festival) and "Tarare" (1987 production, also from the Schwetzingen Festival) have been released on DVD. In 2004, the opera "Europa riconosciuta" was staged in Milan for the reopening of La Scala in Milan, with soprano Diana Damrau in the title role. This production was also broadcast on television.
Huber forms a duo with Christian Gerhaher and has also accompanied singers such as Ruth Ziesak, , Bernarda Fink, Cornelia Kallisch and Diana Damrau. He is the pianist of the "Liedertafel" founded in 2002 of James Taylor, Christian Elsner, Michael Volle und Franz-Josef Selig and has appeared with the Artemis Quartet.
British composer Iain Bell composed an operatic adaptation of the work which opened at the Theater an der Wien in Vienna in 2013 with German soprano Diana Damrau in the title role. The world premiere of the opera "A Harlot's Progress" was on 13 October 2013.
"Beau Soir" has been recorded by many singers, including Barbra Streisand (on her album "Classical Barbra"), Maggie Teyte, Jean Stilwell, Véronique Gens, Giuseppe De Luca, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Renée Fleming, Jessye Norman (on the album "An Evening With Jessye Norman"), and Diana Damrau.
Maistre has also been invited to perform at many of Europe’s leading festivals, including the Schleswig-Holstein, Salzburg, Rheingau, Vienna and Verbier Festivals, the Budapest Spring Festival and the Würzburg Mozart Festival. Among the artists he has performed with are Kathleen Battle, Ingolf Turban, Anne Gastinel, Diana Damrau and Barbara Bonney and actors such as Peter Simonischek and Andrea Jonasson.
The first country-themed section was "Italy", opened 1982. Like most of the original themed areas at Europa-Park, it was designed by Ulrich Damrau. The "Alpenexpress „Enzian“" and "Schweizer Bobbahn" rides opened in 1984 and 1985, respectively. The "Europe" theme was pursued further with the opening of "Holland" (1984), "England" (1988), "France" (1990), "Scandinavia" (1992) and "Spain" (1994) sections.
Many famous singers started their career with the company, including Franz Völker, Edda Moser, Cheryl Studer and Diana Damrau), and many established artists have been engaged there in recent seasons including Christian Gerhaher, whose roles here have included Monteverdi's "L'Orfeo" and his first Wolfram in Tannhäuser, Piotr Beczała in Massenet's "Werther" and Jan-Hendrik Rootering in Wagner's "Parsifal".
This aria has been performed in concert by many musical theatre and opera stars, including (in addition to those listed above): Diana Damrau (Munich, 2006, Bayerisches Staatsorchester, Zubin Mehta), Natalie Dessay, Renée Fleming, Edita Gruberová, Shona Lindsay, Sumi Jo, Simone Kermes, Roberta Peters, and Dawn Upshaw.
Damrau also appears on Deutsche Harmonia Mundi's release of Mozart's "Zaide" in the title role, and performs alongside Adrianne Pieczonka on mezzo-soprano Elīna Garanča's first solo release with Deutsche Grammophon; together, they perform the trio finale from Richard Strauss' "Der Rosenkavalier".
He won first prize in the national competition Jugend musiziert in 1993 and the in 2004. In 2006, he appeared in the recorded final concert of the Rheingau Musik Festival in Mozart's "Great Mass in C minor". The version of Robert D. Levin was performed by the Gächinger Kantorei, Bach-Collegium Stuttgart, conducted by Helmuth Rilling, the other soloists being Diana Damrau, Juliane Banse and Lothar Odinius.
Bell was born in London. His first opera "A Harlot's Progress" to a libretto by Peter Ackroyd premiered on 13 October 2013 at the in Vienna, conducted by Mikko Franck and directed by Jens-Daniel Herzog. The cast included Marie McLaughlin as Mother Needham and Nathan Gunn as James Dalton. The lead role of Moll Hackabout was created by German coloratura soprano Diana Damrau for whom the composer has written a great deal of music.
Damrau was born in 1971 in Günzburg, Bavaria, Germany, and began her operatic studies with at the Hochschule für Musik Würzburg. During her studies, she developed an edema on a vocal fold. After consulting with several doctors, she decided to undergo an alternative therapy without surgery. The treatment lasted about one and a half years. After graduating from music conservatory she worked in Salzburg with .