Synonyms for goerne or Related words with goerne

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Examples of "goerne"
Luis Chico Goerne (1892–1960) was a Mexican lawyer.
Recordings are available by several notable singers, including George London, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Lula Mysz-Gmeiner, Thomas Quasthoff, Jessye Norman, Ian Bostridge, and Matthias Goerne.
Spinosi has conducted many vocal works featuring singers such as Verónica Cangemi, Sara Mingardo, Jennifer Larmore, Sandrine Piau, Simone Kermes, Marie-Nicole Lemieux, Nathalie Stutzmann, Marjana Mijanovic, Lorenzo Regazzo, Philippe Jaroussky, and Matthias Goerne.
Daniel Ochoa was born in 1979 and studied with Anthony Baldwin, Hans-Joachim Beyer, and Thomas Quasthoff. Among his additional teachers are Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Matthias Goerne, Rudolf Piernay, Christa Maria Ziese, and Michael Rhodes.
There is a DVD of the original 2003 Salzburg production with Matthias Goerne, Laura Aikin, John Mark Ainsley, and Alfred Muff, and Markus Stenz conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the Vienna State Opera Chorus (EuroArts 2053929).
Francisco Javier Chico Goerne Cobián (born 15 November 1960) is a Mexican politician from the National Action Party. From 2000 to 2003 he served as Deputy of the LVIII Legislature of the Mexican Congress representing Guanajuato.
The dean of the University, Luis Chico Goerne, made the first attempt to affiliate a representative of UNAM to the top football Mexican championship of the day, by filing a petition to join the Liga Mayor de Fútbol Professional del Distrito Federal. The petition was rejected in favor of de Morelos.
"Gesangsszene" was premiered in Frankfurt on 12 November 1964 by Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, for whom it had been written, and the orchestra of the Hessischer Rundfunk under Dean Dixon. Neglected for several years thereafter, the work has recently become more established in the repertoire, with baritones such as Matthias Goerne and Christian Gerhaher championing its cause.
Larcher has written numerous compositions for internationally renowned soloists and ensembles such as the London Sinfonietta, the Artemis Quartet, Heinrich Schiff, Matthias Goerne, Till Fellner, the Radio Symphony Orchestra of Vienna and the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. He has been commissioned by the Lucerne Festival, London’s Southbank Centre and Wigmore Hall, and the Zaterdagsmatinee in Amsterdam.
Since his opera début at the Salzburg Festival in 1997 (Papageno), Matthias Goerne has appeared on opera stages worldwide, including the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden; Teatro Real, Madrid; Paris National Opera; Vienna State Opera; and the Metropolitan Opera, New York.
In the late 2000s to 2014, he recorded a series of selected Schubert songs, "The Goerne/Schubert Edition" on 9 CDs, for Harmonia Mundi. The last volume, published in December 2014, received highest ratings in BBC Music printed magazine and a "Diapason d'Or". His recording of Hanns Eisler lieder was awarded, the same year, a "Diapason d'Or de l'Année".
Throughout the course of his career, Moull has collaborated with distinguished guest artists such as Measha Brueggergosman, Falk Struckmann, Anton Kuerti, James Ehnes, Marc-André Hamelin, Johan Botha, Kolja Blacher, Janina Fialkowska, Matthias Goerne, Shauna Rolston, Erika Raum, Denise Djokic, Donna Brown, Tracy Dahl, Daniel Lichti, Theodore Baerg, André Laplante, Maria Kliegel, Tom Malone, and John Arpin.
Brendel has worked with younger pianists such as Paul Lewis, Till Fellner and, most recently, Kit Armstrong. He has also performed in concert and recorded with his son Adrian and has appeared in many Lieder recitals with Hermann Prey, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau and Matthias Goerne.
As a recitalist and chamber musician, Haefliger excels in finding the most immediate expression. He was described in "The Guardian" after a recent recital at the Wigmore Hall as “…one to take risks, which make him a fascinating artist”, and in an earlier review in "The Independent", “there seems to be no limit to the resources of Haefliger’s touch”. The Wigmore Hall has also presented Haefliger in a three-part series of recitals together with the baritone Matthias Goerne, The Takacs Quartet, Marina Piccinini and the Safri Duo. Further to this, Haefliger has performed a series of recitals in New York, London and Milan, with his late father, the great tenor Ernst Haefliger, in Schubert's Die Winterreise. In recent years Andreas Haefliger has collaborated with the Carmina Quartet, Wolfgang Holzmair, Matthias Goerne and his wife, Marina Piccinini.
Peter Schreier, Janet Baker and Margaret Price performed regularly at the hall, and in recent years Wigmore has produced recitals featuring Thomas Quasthoff, Ian Bostridge, Susan Graham, Mark Padmore, Sir Thomas Allen, Matthias Goerne, Dame Felicity Lott, Angelika Kirchschlager, Simon Keenlyside, Anne Sofie von Otter, Wolfgang Holzmair, Christopher Maltman, Andreas Scholl, and Soile Isokoski. More recent performers include Christian Gerhaher, Florian Boesch, Roderick Williams, Iestyn Davies, Sandrine Piau, Lucy Crowe and Henk Neven.
From 2012–2013, Matthias Goerne sang Wolfram at the Bavarian State Opera and Amfortas in concert with the Teatro Real in Madrid. Concert highlights included appearances with the Orchestre de Paris (Bluebeard), Berlin Philharmonic (War Requiem), Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra (Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony), Filarmonica del Teatro alla Scala (Mahler Lieder), Israel Philharmonic, and San Francisco Symphony (Wagner arias) as well as song recitals with Pierre-Laurent Aimard and Schubert cycles with Christoph Eschenbach at the Vienna Musikverein.
On 9 February 2010, she was presented with The Wigmore Hall Medal by HRH The Duke of Kent KG, at the launch of the hall's 110th anniversary programme. The medal was introduced in 2006 and is awarded to internationally important artistic figures in recognition of their significant contribution to Wigmore Hall. The two previous recipients are Matthias Goerne and András Schiff. The citation praised her "unique contribution to Wigmore Hall and to the advancement of the song recital as a concert-going experience throughout the world." It was 35 years since she first performed there in 1975.
In Taylor's first appearance with the New York Philharmonic under Kurt Masur in Carnegie Hall in 2008 he was the Evangelist in the "St Matthew Passion", singing with Matthias Goerne and Anna Larsson, among others. The review stated: "Above all, tying the story together, was James Taylor (no, not that James Taylor) as the Evangelist. Yes, his voice was radiant and resounding. More important was his dramatic turn of phrase, his moods from the extreme to the beatific, as he told – through a recitative which verged on aria – the story.".
From 2001 through 2005, Matthias Goerne taught as an honorary professor of song interpretation at the Robert Schumann Academy of Music in Düsseldorf. In 2001, he was appointed an Honorary Member of the Royal Academy of Music in London. Highlights of the 2011/12 season included a tour with the Vienna Philharmonic, appearances at the Vienna State Opera and the Saito Kinen Festival (Bluebeard with Seiji Ozawa) and song recitals with Christoph Eschenbach, and Leif Ove Andsnes in Paris, Vienna and New York (Carnegie Hall).
Among others, the EUYO has performed with Salvatore Accardo, Martha Argerich, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Emanuel Ax, Teresa Berganza, Yefim Bronfman, Renaud Capuçon, Gautier Capuçon, Kyung Wha-Chung, Diana Damrau, Placido Domingo, Isabelle Faust, Bernarda Fink, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Sir James Galway, Angela Gheorghiu, Matthias Goerne, Susan Graham, Natalia Gutman, Lynn Harrell, Barbara Hendricks, Daniel Hope, Janine Jansen, Leonidas Kavakos, Nigel Kennedy, Evgeny Kissin, Christa Ludwig, Radu Lupu, Karita Mattila, Lord Yehudi Menuhin, Midori, Shlomo Mintz, Viktoria Mullova, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Jessye Norman, Murray Perahia, Itzhak Perlman, Francesco Piemontesi, Maria João Pires, Mikhail Pletnev, Margaret Price, Maurizio Pollini, Vadim Repin, Ravi Shankar, Arabella Steinbacher, Christian Tetzlaff, Alisa Weilerstein, and Pinchas Zuckerman.