Synonyms for holzmair or Related words with holzmair

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Examples of "holzmair"
Wolfgang Holzmair (born 1952 in Vöcklabruck) is an Austrian baritone.
Antal Dorati recorded the opera with the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, and Jessye Norman, Helen Donath, Claes-Håkan Ahnsjö, and Domenico Trimarchi in 1976. There is also a recording of excerpts conducted by Miguel Hernandez-Silva, recorded in 2011; the cast includes Rainer Trost as Marquis Ernesto, and Wolfgang Holzmair as Masino.
In 2007, the album "Terezín – Theresienstadt" of music composed at Theresienstadt was released by the Swedish singer Anne Sofie von Otter, assisted by baritone Christian Gerhaher, pianists, and chamber musicians. In 2008, Bridge Records released a recital by Austrian baritone Wolfgang Holzmair and American pianist Russell Ryan that drew on a different selection of songs.
Notable pupils and alumni of Wilhering College include Theoderich Hofstätter (1906–1981, Cistercian and member of the Austrian Resistance), Balduin Sulzer (*1932, Austrian composer), Beppo Mauhart (*1933, Austrian manager), Peter Huemer (*1941, Austrian journalist), Wolfgang Holzmair (*1952, Austrian baritone) and Walter Gugerbauer (*1955, Austrian conductor and chief musical director of Erfurt Theatre).
Artists who have recorded for the Edelweiss Emission label include the Argentine classical pianist Daniel Levy (classical pianist), the baritone and conductor Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, the Philharmonia Orchestra, the baritone Wolfgang Holzmair, the Polish-Italian cellist Franco Maggio Ormezowski, the ensemble Ars Antiqua de Paris and the sitarist, Ravi Shankar.
Increasingly Parsons began to partner younger singers such as Thomas Hampson, Olaf Bär, Barbara Bonney, Thomas Allen, Jessye Norman, Wolfgang Holzmair and Bryn Terfel. Some of these younger artists such as Susan Kessler, Yvonne Kenny, Felicity Lott and Ann Murray were also pupils of Parsons's long-time life partner, the singer Erich Vietheer.
Levy has recorded extensively over a 43-year career, with a catalogue of over 50 recordings for the Nimbus Records, Edelweiss Emission and Syntony record labels. His recording career has included a number of notable collaborations with artists that include Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, the Philharmonia Orchestra, Wolfgang Holzmair and Franco Maggio Ormezowski.
Holzmair studied at the Vienna Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. He won 2nd prize in the baritone class of the 's-Hertogenbosch International Vocal Competition in 1981, and a year later 1st prize in the Musikverein International Lieder Competition, Vienna.
Harden has performed regularly in Europe, North and South America and Asia, both as a recitalist and with the Trio Fontenay. He also performs regularly with orchestras around the world. He has worked as accompanist for a number of singers, including Juliane Banse, Wolfgang Holzmair and Theo Adam, and with many instrumentalists, such as Kolja Blacher, Michael Goldstein, Kim Kashkashian and Giora Feidman
From 1966 she taught at the Musikhochschule in Graz, where she was appointed professor of Lieder and oratorio singing in 1970. From 1972 until her retirement in 1991, she taught at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, appointed professor of Sologesang (solo singing) in 1976. Among her students were Wolfgang Holzmair and .
Performers have included Martha Argerich, Radu Lupu, Aldo Ciccolini, Paul Badura-Skoda, Nelson Freire, the violinist Augustin Dumay, the cellist Anne Gastinel, the Alban Berg Quartet, the Accentus Choir, the singers Felicity Lott and Wolfgang Holzmair, the clarinetist Paul Meyer and orchestras including the BBC Philharmonic, Orchestre National de France, Orchestre Philharmonique de Liège and the Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra.
Holzmair regularly appears in major centres in Europe and North America, and also travels to outlying venues where communities have fewer opportunities to hear live recitals. Recent European Music Festivals include Risør, Kuhmo, Lockenhaus, Kyburgiade, the Oxford Lieder Festival and , and he has also participated in La Folle Journée's program for bringing classical music to new audiences. In 2010 Holzmair and the Departure Centre for Creative Design in Vienna collaborated in a bid to attract new listeners to lieder, by presenting concerts in which the baritone and 6 compatriots performed Wolf against visual backdrops. The experiment was deemed a success, and was repeated for Mahler’s lieder, with a slightly different cast of singers, in 2011. The Wolf series is now available on 5 DVDs, which show the visuals but not the singers.
With Scot Weir (voice), Paul Suits (accompaniment) and Martin Zeller (chamber music), Quaiser continued studying voice at the Zurich University of the Arts. In 2007, he graduated in Concert Singing. He took master classes with Margreet Honig, Wolfgang Holzmair, Oliver Widmer and Jan Schultsz. His repertoire includes classical, romantic and contemporary songs, song cycles, oratorio and opera arias, as well as pop songs, folksongs and songs written by himself.
As a composer, Leisner's works have been performed worldwide by such eminent artists as Sanford Sylvan, Wolfgang Holzmair, Paul Sperry, Robert Osborne, Kurt Ollmann, Patrick Mason, Juliana Gondek, Susan Narucki, D'Anna Fortunato, Warren Jones, Eugenia Zukerman, David Starobin, Benjamin Verdery, the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet, the Cavatina Duo, the Arc Duo, the Saturday Brass Quintet, the Eastman and Oberlin Percussion Ensembles, and orchestras in the U.S.
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.
Holzmair spent about six years with opera companies in Bern (Bern Theatre) and Gelsenkirchen (Musiktheater im Revier) before successes in Udo Zimmermann's "The White Rose" and Claude Debussy's "Pelléas et Mélisande" brought him to general attention. His repertoire includes rarely performed works such as Henze's "Boulevard Solitude", Nigel Osborne’s "The Electrification of the Soviet Union", Hindemith's "Neues vom Tage" and Poulenc's "Les mamelles de Tirésias".
Roger Vignoles, born 12 July 1945, is a British pianist and accompanist. He regularly performs with the world's leading singers, including Kiri Te Kanawa, Thomas Allen, Anne Sofie von Otter, Thomas Hampson, Gitta-Maria Sjøberg, Sarah Walker, Sylvia McNair, Susan Graham, Christine Brewer, Felicity Lott, Stephan Genz, Monica Groop, Wolfgang Holzmair, Bernarda Fink, Christine Schäfer, Brigitte Fassbaender and Kathleen Battle. He also accompanies instrumentalists such as Joshua Bell, Heinrich Schiff, Nobuko Imai and Ralph Kirshbaum, and gives masterclasses around the world.
In 2010 Austrian Radio and the Departure Centre for Creative Design in Vienna marked Hugo Wolf’s anniversary with a recital series in which 188 of the songs were performed against visuals created by leading designers. The series was intended to bring Lieder to a new audience and was held at the initiative of baritone Wolfgang Holzmair, who was joined by a team of Austrian singers and pianists. The concerts were released on DVDs the following year, and in 2012 Bridge Records released the Spanish and Italian songbooks on CDs.
Since 1998 Holzmair has taught at the Salzburg Mozarteum and given master classes in Europe and North America; 2011 finds him participating in the annual Schubert Institute Master Course in BadenBaden for the 7th time. In 2008 the Royal College of Music made him a Fellow in recognition of services to the college and to music, and in 2009 he was a juror for the Wigmore Hall Song competition. He is an advisor to the Lotte Lehmann Foundation, and contributed to the foundation's first CD.
Born in London, she is the daughter of the musicologist Martin Cooper. She studied piano in London with Kathleen Long, in Paris with Jacques Février and Yvonne Lefébure, and in Vienna with Alfred Brendel, Jörg Demus and Paul Badura-Skoda. She is particularly known for her interpretations of Schubert and Schumann, but she has also been involved in modern music, giving the premières of works such as "Traced Overhead" by Thomas Adès. As well as performing as soloist she participates in chamber music and lieder, and has had a long-standing partnership with baritone Wolfgang Holzmair.