Contribution videos

Wir freuen uns über 91 Beiträge aus aller Welt für den Bovicelli-Wettbewerb! Lassen Sie sich inspirieren von der stilistischen Vielfalt der Beiträge und den variantenreichen Diminutionen.

Der ausgeschriebene Publikumspreis, der durch die höchste Anzahl an Likes auf Youtube bestimmt werden sollte, muss leider wegen aufgetretenen Unstimmigkeiten und Regelwidrigkeiten bei der Bewertung der Videos gecancelt werden. Teilnehmer am Wettbewerb haben sogenannte Fake-Kommentare zu ihrem Video der Stiftung angezeigt, es gab Beschwerden über von Youtube gelöschte Likes, Youtube hat eine große Anzahl an Kommentaren als SPAM eingeordnet, es gab eine Teilnehmerin, deren Account offensichtlich gehackt wurde, da ein Kommentar in ihrem Namen abgegeben wurde, den sie nicht verfasst hat. Ausdrücklich erklärt der Vorstand der Schloss Weißenbrunn Stiftung, dass nicht bekannt ist, von wem diese Regelwidrigkeiten begangen wurden. Das lässt sich nicht nachvollziehen. Wir bitten darum, keinerlei Spekulationen darüber öffentlich zu diskutieren. Das würde dem Wettbewerb und vor allem den Teilnehmern schaden. Da ein seriöses Ergebnis aus den oben genannten Gründen leider nicht zu ermitteln ist, wird der Publikumspreis nicht vergeben, sondern in einen weiteren Preis umgewandelt, den die Jury vergeben wird. In angedachten folgenden Wettbewerbsausschreibungen wird eine andere Lösung für eine Publikums-Beteiligung angestrebt.

Die Preisverleihung wird am Mittwoch, 3. Juni ab 16 Uhr hier zu sehen sein. Dazu werden Videos freigeschaltet, auf denen die Jurymitglieder jeweils eine kleine Laudatio für jeden Preisträger halten und einen Einblick in die Beweggründe für die Preisvergabe geben.

We are happy to present 91 contributions from all over the world to the 2020 Bovicelli competition! Be inspired by their stylistic diversity and the variety of diminuitions.

Unfortunately, the audience award announced – which was to be determined by the highest number of Likes on YouTube – has had to be cancelled, due to inconsistencies and irregularities in the rating of the videos. Participants reported so-called fake comments which were added to their video published by the Foundation. Competition participants have complained about Likes deleted by YouTube, and YouTube categorised a large number of comments as SPAM. One participant reported that her account had obviously been hacked, since a comment she had not written was submitted under her name. The management of the Schloss Weißenbrunn Foundation would like to explicitly state that it is not known who committed these irregularities. It is not possible to trace this. We would like to ask everybody involved not to discuss any speculations publicly. This would be damaging for the competition, and particularly for its participants. Since for the above reasons it is unfortunately not possible to come to a reliable result, the Audience Award will not be presented, but transformed into another award to be decided upon by the jury. In our plans for a future competition call for entries, we aim to find another solution for involving the public.

The award winners’ names will be published here on Wednesday, 3 June 2020 4pm.

Erika Tandiono
C. de Rore, Angelus ad Pastores with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Erika Tandiono | Indonesien: C. de Rore, Angelus ad Pastores with diminutions by G.B.Bovicelli

Indonesia, *1989

Studies
Melbourne Conservatorium of Music (Australia)
Since 2018 Hochschule für Künste Bremen, Alte Musik with Bettina Pahn

Website: www.erika-tandiono.de

Accompaniment: Lisa Bork, Organ

 

Adriàna Kalafszky
C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Adriàna Kalafszky | Ungarn: C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Hungary, *1987

Studies
Classical singing at the Liszt Academy in Budapest
Historical singing at the early music department of the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Leipzig and historical improvisation with Martin Erhardt and Jostein Gundersen
One term in Canada, British Columbia with Nancy Argenta
Diminution master class of Robert de Bree at the Liszt Academy, Budapest

Website: www.adriana-kalafszky.com

Accompaniment: N. N.

 

Romain Bockler
C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with diminutions by G. Bassano

Romain Bockler | Frankreich: C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with diminutions by G. Bassano

France

Studies
Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Lyon

Website: www.romainbockler.com

Accompaniment: Marie-Domitille Murez, Triple Harp

 

Romain Bockler
O. di Lasso, Susanne un jour with diminutions by R. Bockler

Romain Bockler | Frankreich: O. di Lasso, Susanne un jour with diminutions by R. Bockler

France

Studies
Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Lyon

Website: www.romainbockler.com

Accompaniment: Mathieu Valfré, Hapsichord

 

Carlotta Colombo
C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Carlotta Colombo | Italien: C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Italy, *1992

Studies
Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi in Como (Opera singing)
Università degli Studi di Milano (Philosophy)
Masterclasses with Emma Kirkby, Evelyn Tubb, Claudio Cavina, Paolo Beschi and Michael Fields

Website: www.carlottacolombo.com

Accompaniment: Martin Ehrhardt, Organ

 

Alice Borciani
G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Alice Borciani | Schweiz: G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Switzerland

Studies
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis with Gerd Türk
“Institut A. Peri” in Reggio Emilia (Trumpet and Singing)

Website: www.aliceborciani.it

Accompaniment: Elam Rotem, Harpsichord

 

Florencia Menconi
C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with diminutions by G. dalla Casa

Florencia Menconi | Argentinien: C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with diminutions by G. dalla Casa

Argentina, *1987

Studies
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, with Rosa Domínguez
Conservatory of Music Manuel de Falla in Buenos Aires
Important impulses from Margreet Honig, Camila Toro and Ulrich Messthaler

Website: www.florenciamenconi.com

Accompaniment: Guilherme Barroso, Lute

 

Sybilla Elsing
H. Tarditi, Plaudite cantate

Sybilla Elsing | Deutschland: H. Tarditi, Plaudite cantate

Germany, *1996

Studies
Folkwang Universität der Künste Essen

Informations: www.kammeroper-koeln.de

Accompaniment: Alexander von Heißen, Hapsichord

 

Ivo Haun de Oliveira
C. de Rore, Angelus ad Pastores with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Ivo Haun | Brasilien: C.de Rore, Angelus ad Pastores with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Brazil, *1985

Studies
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis with Gerd Türk
Master classes with Andreas Scholl, Maria Cristina Kiehr, Margreet Honig, Richard Levitt, Adriana Fernandez, Dominique Visse und Nicolau de Figueiredo

Accompaniment: Christoph Anzböck, Organ

 

Ivo Haun de Oliveira
T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by I. Haun de Oliveira

Ivo Haun | Brasilien: T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by I. Haun de Oliveira

Brazil, *1985

Studies
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis with Gerd Türk
Master classes with Andreas Scholl, Maria Cristina Kiehr, Margreet Honig, Richard Levitt, Adriana Fernandez, Dominique Visse und Nicolau de Figueiredo

Accompaniment: Christoph Anzböck, Organ

 

Jacob Lawrence
C. de Rore, Angelus ad Pastores with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Jacob Lawrence | Australien: C. de Rore, Angelus ad Pastores with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Australia, *1992

Studies
Melbourne Conservatorium of Music
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis with Gerd Türk in his last year of a masters degree in voice, with a minor in historical improvisation

Website: www.jacob-lawrence.com (coming soon …)

Accompaniment: Elam Rotem, Organ

 

Jacob Lawrence
O. di Lasso, Susanne un jour with diminutions by J. Lawrence

Jacob Lawrence | Australien: O. di Lasso, Susanne un jour with diminutions by J. Lawrence

Australia, *1992

Studies
Melbourne Conservatorium of Music
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis with Gerd Türk in his last year of a masters degree in voice, with a minor in historical improvisation

Website: www.jacob-lawrence.com (coming soon …)

Accompaniment: Elam Rotem, Hapsichord

 

Tanja Obalski
C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with diminutions by R. Rognoni

Tanja Obalski | Niederlande: C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with diminutions by R. Rognoni

Germany, *1976

Studies
Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hamburg (Flute)
Conservatorium van Amsterdam with Margreet Honig and Howard Crook
Master classes with Jill Feldman and Emma Kirkby

Website: www.tanjaobalski.nl

Accompaniment: Martin Ehrhardt, Organ

 

Tanja Obalski
O. di Lasso, Susanne un jour with diminutions by T. Obalski

Tanja Obalski | Niederlande: O. di Lasso, Susanne un jour with diminutions by T. Obalski

Germany, *1976

Studies
Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hamburg (Flute)
Conservatorium van Amsterdam with Margreet Honig and Howard Crook
Master classes with Jill Feldman and Emma Kirkby

Website: www.tanjaobalski.nl

Accompaniment: Maria Morózova-Meléndez, Organ

 

Franziska Fait
G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Franziska Fait | Deutschland: G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Germany, *1997

Studies
Robert Schumann Hochschule Düsseldorf with Prof. Michail Lanskoi
Folkwang Universität der Künste in Essen with Frau Prof. Rachel Robins
Hochschule für Musik Karlsruhe with Prof. Hanno Müller-Brachmann (from SS 2020)

Website: franziska-fait.com

 

Marcel Hubner
H. Tarditi, Plaudite cantate

Marcel Hubner | Deutschland: H. Tarditi, Plaudite cantate

Germany, *1992

Studies
Augsburger Domsingknaben
HfM Würzburg with Prof. Martin Hummel

Accompaniment: Leonard Klimpke, Harpsichord

 

Sarah Coffman
G. P. da Palestrina, Io son ferito with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Sarah Coffman | USA: G. P. da Palestrina, Io son ferito with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

USA, *1994

Studies
Lawrence Universityin Appleton, Wisconsin with Steven Spears
Case Western Reserve University with Peter Bennet (Historical Performance Practice)

Teaching
Teaching Assistant, MUEN 395: Medieval and Renaissance Ensembles
Lecture Recital: “Petrucci’s ‘Justiniane’ as Intabulation: Elaborate Vocalism at the Birth of Music Printing”
Guest Lecture Engagement: “Fun with Historical Notation: The Neumes of St. Gall and the Ars Subtilior”

Accompaniment: Maria Morózova-Meléndez, Organ

 

Sarah Coffman
T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by S. Coffmann

Sarah Coffman | USA: T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by S. Coffmann

USA, *1994

Studies
Lawrence Universityin Appleton, Wisconsin with Steven Spears
Case Western Reserve University with Peter Bennet (Historical Performance Practice)

Teaching
Teaching Assistant, MUEN 395: Medieval and Renaissance Ensembles
Lecture Recital: “Petrucci’s ‘Justiniane’ as Intabulation: Elaborate Vocalism at the Birth of Music Printing”
Guest Lecture Engagement: “Fun with Historical Notation: The Neumes of St. Gall and the Ars Subtilior”

Accompaniment: Martin Ehrhardt, Organ

 

Yohan Kim
A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

Yohan Kim | Südkorea: A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

South Korea, *1994

Studies
College of Music, Seoul National University with Yonghoon Lee
Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg with Mark Tucker

Accompaniment: Thomas Boysen, Baroque Guitars

 

Jesùs Rodil
C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with diminutions by R. Rognoni

Jesùs Rodil | Spanien: C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with diminutions by R. Rognoni

Spain, *1986

Studies
Piano, Trumpet, Composition, Choral Conducting (A Coruña)
Harpsichord (Bologna)
Singing (Paris)

Accompaniment: Martin Ehrhardt, Organ

 

Valeria Mignaco
G. P. da Palestrina, Io son ferito with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Valeria Mignaco | Argentinien: G.P. da Palestrina, Io son ferito with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Argentina / Netherlands, *1975

Studies
Royal Conservatory in The Hague
Masterclasses with Jill Feldman, Margreet Honig, Max van Egmont, Carolyn Watkinson and Elly Ameling

Teaching
Guest teacher Baroque Singing at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam

Website: www.valeriamignaco.com

Accompaniment: Maria Morózova-Meléndez, Organ

 

Valeria Mignaco
O. di Lasso, Susanne un jour with diminutions by V. Mignaco

Valeria Mignaco | Argentinien: O. di Lasso, Susanne un jour with diminutions by V. Mignaco

Argentina / Netherlands, *1975

Studies
Royal Conservatory in The Hague
Masterclasses with Jill Feldman, Margreet Honig, Max van Egmont, Carolyn Watkinson and Elly Ameling

Teaching
Guest teacher Baroque Singing at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam

Website: www.valeriamignaco.com

Accompaniment: Maria Morózova-Meléndez, Organ

 

Agnes Coakley Cox
G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Agnes Coakley Cox | USA: G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

USA, *1986

Studies
Yale University, New Haven
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Hochschule für Musik, Basel with Frank Kelley, Nathalie Siebert, Evelyn Tubb, Richard Giarusso
Masterclasses with Emma Kirkby, Andreas Scholl, Margret Honig, Paul Triepels, Robert Toft
Coaches: Anthony Rooley, Bruce Dickey, Jesper Christensen

Website: www.agnescoakley.com

Accompaniment: Nathaniel Cox, Theorbo

 

Elijah S. McCormack
A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

Elijah McCormack | USA: A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

USA, *1994

Studies
Indiana University (Early Music Voice)
with Steven Rickards, Sylvia Stoner-Hawkins

Website: www.elijahmccormacksoprano.com

Accompaniment: Thomas Boysen, Baroque Guitars

 

Marina Szudra
G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Marina Szudra | Deutschland: G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Germany, *1983

Studies
Hochschule für Musik Detmold
Hochschule für Künste Bremen with Prof. Gabriele Schreckenbach and Prof. Dr. Katharina Rössner-Stütz
Masterclasses with Krisztina Laki, Gemma Bertagnolli, Franz Lukasovsky, Thomas Hampson and Robert Hollingworth (I Fagiolini), Peter Phillips (Tallis Scholar Singers) und den King’s Singers

Teaching
Lectureship for Early music singing at Hochschule für Künste Bremen (2013–2014)
Akademie für Darstellende Kunst Bayern (2017–2020)
Universität Regensburg in der Fakultät Musikpädagogik (2020)

Website: www.marina-szudra.de

Accompaniment: Jürgen Banholzer, Harpsichord

 

Tim Braithwaite
G. P. da Palestrina, Io son ferito with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Tim Braithwaite | Niederlande: G.P. da Palestrina, Io son ferito with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Netherlands, *1992

Studies: Master in Early Music Theory Het Koninklijk Conservatorium, Den Haag

 

Matthias Dähling
G. A. Rigatti, O magnum sacramentum

Matthias Dähling | Deutschland: G.A. Rigatti, O magnum sacramentum

Germany, *1995

Studies:                                                                                                                                                                               Classical singing at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg, Teachers: Mark Tucker (current, HfMT Hamburg), Ulla Groenewold (current)

Masterclasses: Michael Chance, Daniel Taylor, Deborah York, Lynne Dawson, Ian Partridge, Philippe Jaroussky

Website: www.matthiasdaehling.com

Accompaniment: Martin Ehrhardt, Organ

 

Monika Mauch
C. de Rore, Angelus ad Pastores with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Monika Mauch | Deutschland: C. de Rore, Angelus ad Pastores with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Germany, *1970

Studies
With Richard Wistreich in Trossingen, Jill Feldman in Paris, Rita Loving in München, Kai Wessel in Köln und Kimberley Brockman in St Gallen

Teaching
Conservatoire de musique et de la danse, Strasbourg

Website: www.monika-mauch.de

Accompaniment: Martin Ehrhardt, Organ

 

Silvia Bier
C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Silvia Bier | Deutschland: C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Germany, *1984

Studies
Musicology in in Saarbrücken and Paris
Teachers: David Todd (Musikhochschule Saarbrücken), Penelope Thorn (Germersheim) and Baroque singing with Isabelle Desrochers (Paris) and Nele Gramß (Hochschule für Kirchenmusik Bayreuth)

Accompaniment: Benno Elender, Theorbo

 

Tobie Miller
G. P. da Palestrina, Io son ferito with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Tobie Miller | Kanada: G. P. da Palestrina, Io son ferito with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Canada, *1981

Studies
McGill University Montréal (recorder)
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (recorder and singing)
Teachers: Dominik Vellard, Sharon Weller, Monika Mauch

Teaching:
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (recorder)

Website: www.tobiemiller.net

Accompaniment: Maria Morózova-Meléndez, Organ

 

Etienne Walch
Rigatti, O magnum sacramentum

Etienne Walch | Deutschland: Rigatti, O magnum sacramentum

Germany, *1993

Studies
Hochschule für Musik und Theater „Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy“ Leipzig with Prof. Christina Wartenberg and with Prof. Ilse-Christine Otto (current)
Member of the Opernstudio NRW

Website: www.etiennewalch.com

Accompaniment: N. N.

 

Jole De Baerdemaeker
C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Jole De Baerdemaeker | C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Belgium, *1994

Studies
Conservatorium Maastricht
The Royal Concervatoire of The Hague
Mozarteum University in Salzburg with Prof. Ulrike Hofbauer (Baroque singing)
Other teachers: Evelyn Tubb, Dorothee Mields, Sibylla Rubens, Peter Kooij, Lenie van den Heuvel, Frans Kokkelmans, Jill Feldman, Pascal Bertin and Peter Van Heyghe

Website: www.joledebaerdemaeker.eu

Accompaniment: Martin Erhardt, Organ

 

Jole De Baerdemaeker
O. di Lasso, Susanne un jour with diminutions by J. De Baerdemaeker

Jole De Baerdemaeker | Belgien: O. di Lasso, Susanne un jour with diminutions by J. De Baerdemaeker

Belgium, *1994

Studies
Conservatorium Maastricht
The Royal Concervatoire of The Hague
Mozarteum University in Salzburg with Prof. Ulrike Hofbauer (Baroque singing)
Other teachers: Evelyn Tubb, Dorothee Mields, Sibylla Rubens, Peter Kooij, Lenie van den Heuvel, Frans Kokkelmans, Jill Feldman, Pascal Bertin and Peter Van Heyghe

Website: www.joledebaerdemaeker.eu

Accompaniment: Maria Morózova-Meléndez, Organ

 

Maria Candela Scalabrini
C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Maria C. Scalabrini | Argentinien: C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with dimin. by G. B. Bovicelli

Argentina, *1979

Studies
“Alberto Ginastera” Conservatoire Buenos Aires (Singing and Traverse Flute)
Ancient Musik Institute of the International Accademy of Musik in Milan with M° Cristina Miatello and M° Roberto Balconi (“Marco Fodella” scholarship)
Master classes with Gabriel Garrido, Kees Boeke, Pedro Memelsdorff, Monique Zanetti, Eduardo Egüez, Joseph Cabré, Roberta Invernizzi, Sergio Foresti, Rosa Dominguez, Deda Cristina Colonna, Leonardo Garcia Alarcón

Accompaniment: Martin Erhardt, Organ

 

Aija Veismane
G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Aija Veismane | Lettland: G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Latvia, *1989

Studies
Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Academy of Music with Aira Rūrāne
Master classes with P. Esswood, L. U. Mortensen, G. Anders, K. Wessel

Website: www.aijaveismane.com

Accompaniment: Gerda Jerjomenko

 

Christina Kay
G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Christina Kay | USA: G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

USA, *1989

Studies
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Gettysburg College/Sunderman Conservatory
American Bach Soloists Academy, San Francisco

Website: www.christinakaysoprano.com

Accompaniment: Christa Patton, Harp

 

Christina Kay
T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by C. Kay

Christina Kay | USA: T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by C. Kay

USA, *1989

Studies
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Gettysburg College/Sunderman Conservatory
American Bach Soloists Academy, San Francisco

Website: www.christinakaysoprano.com
Accompaniment: Martin Erhardt, Organ

 

Paulina Francisco
T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by P. Francisco

Paulina Francisco | Italien: T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by P. Francisco

USA, *1992

Studies
Indiana University  (Historical Performance, current)
University of Southern California (Early Music – Voice)
Carrol University (Vocal Performance)

American Bach Soloist Academy
The Mystery of Carlo G, Lunenburg, LAMPS
Roman de Fauvel Workshop, Amherst Early Music Festival

Accompaniment: Martin Erhardt, Organ

 

Hannah De Priest
A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

Hannah De Priest | USA: A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

USA, *1991

Studies
McGill University (vocal performance, emphasis in early music)
Case Western Reserve University (historical performance practice)
William Jewell College

Coaches​: Michael Beattie, Jory Vinikour, Stephen Hargreaves, Suzy LeBlanc, Hank Knox
Teachers​: Joanne Kolomyjec, Ellen Hargis, Dean Southern, Sarah Tannehill

American Bach Soloists Academy – San Francisco, CA
Carmel Bach Festival – Virginia Adams Best Vocal Fellow
Boston Early Music Festival – Young Artist Training Program

Website: www.hannahdepriest.com

Accompaniment: Lucas Harris (Toronto, CA)

 

Rain Saran
A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

Rain Saran | Thailand: A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

Thailand, *1989

Studies
McGill University, Schulich School of Music, Montréal, QC, Canada Early music singing, currently)
Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
Teacher and Coaches: Dominique Labelle, Stephen Hargreaves, Suzie Leblanc, Daniel Taylor, Stefan Sanchez

Accompaniment: Thomas Boysen, Baroque Guitars

 

Alina König Rannenberg
G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Alina König Rannenberg | Deutschland: G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Germany, *1996

Studies
Hochschule für Musik Nürnberg with Prof. Elisabeth Kovacs
Yosemeh Adjei (Baroque singing)

Accompaniment: Jürgen Banholzer, Harpsichord

 

Raphael Höhn
A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

Raphael Höhn | Schweiz: A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

Switzerland, *1984

Studies
Königlichen Konservatorium in Den Haag with Rita Dams, Peter Kooij, Michael Chance und Jill Feldman (early music)
Zürcher Hochschule der Künste with Scot Weir
Masterclasses with Andreas Scholl, Gerd Türk, Mariëtte Witteveen und Jean-Paul Fouchécourt.

Website: www.raphaelhoehn.ch

Accompaniment: Sam Chapman, Theorbo

 

Raphael Höhn
T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by Raphael Höhn

Raphael Höhn | Schweiz: T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by Raphael Höhn

Switzerland, *1984

Studies
Königlichen Konservatorium in Den Haag with Rita Dams, Peter Kooij, Michael Chance und Jill Feldman (early music)
Zürcher Hochschule der Künste with Scot Weir
Masterclasses with Andreas Scholl, Gerd Türk, Mariëtte Witteveen und Jean-Paul Fouchécourt.

Website: www.raphaelhoehn.ch

Accompaniment: Sam Chapman, Theorbo

 

Andrea Gavagnin
G. P. da Palestrina, Io son ferito with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Andrea Gavagnin | Belgien: Palestrina/Bovicelli, Io son ferito

Italy, *1997

Studies
Conservatoire Royale in Brussels (currently)
Conservatorio Benedetto Marcello in Venice

Accompaniment: Maria Morózova-Meléndez, Organ

 

Andrea Gavagnin
T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by Andrea Gavagnin

Andra Gavagnin | Belgien: T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by Andrea Gavagnin

Italy, *1997

Studies
Conservatoire Royale in Brussels (currently)
Conservatorio Benedetto Marcello in Venice

Accompaniment: Martin Erhardt, Organ

 

Sarah M. Newman
G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Sarah M. Newman | USA: G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

USA, *1984

Studies
Juilliard School and the Manhattan School of Music in New York City

Website: www.sarahmnewman.com

Accompaniment: Jürgen Banholzer, Harpsichord

 

Sarah M. Newman
T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by Sarah M. Newman

Sarah M. Newman | USA: T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by Sarah M. Newman

USA, *1984

Studies
Juilliard School and the Manhattan School of Music in New York City

Website: www.sarahmnewman.com

Accompaniment: Martin Erhardt, Organ

 

Lucia Boisserée
H. Tarditi, Plaudite cantate

Lucia Boisseree | Deutschland: H.Tarditi, Plaudite Cantate

Germany, *1992

Studies
Musikhochschule Nürnberg with Rebecca Martin
Stipendiatin der “Egidier Musikwerkstatt” with Pia Praetorius (2017)

Website: www.staatstheater-nuernberg.de/kuenstler/lucia-boisseree

Accompaniment: Wiebke Weidanz, Harpsichord

 

Camilo Delgado Diaz
A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

Camilo Delgado Diaz | Columbien: A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

Colombia, *1992

Studies
Hochschule für Musik und Tanz in Köln with Prof. Kai Wessel
University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna with Prof. Claudia Visca
University of Bogota with Marco Gualdó

Website: www.camilodelgadodiaz.com

Accompaniment: Thomas Boysen, Baroque Guitars

 

Irina Firouzi
G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Irina Firouzi | Deutschland: G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Germany, *1983

Studies
Hochschule für Musik in Nürnberg with Prof. Arno Leicht
Mozarteum in Salzburg with Prof. Norbert Prasser
Masterclasses with Francisco Araiza, Jochen Kowalski, Ingrid Kremling

Website: www.irina-firouzi.de

Accompaniment: Jürgen Banholzer, Harpsichord

 

Emily Kugel
B. Barbarino, In te domine speravi

Emily Kugel | Frankreich: Bartolomeo Barbarino, In te domine

France, *1999

Studies
Conservatoire de Strasbourg with Marie-Madeleine Koebele and Monika Mauch
Masterclasses with Ulrike Hofbauer

Accompaniment: Jürgen Banholzer, Harpsichord

 

Emily Kugel
B. Barbarino, Sancta Maria

Emily Kugel | Frankreich: Bartolomeo Barbarino, Sancta Maria

France, *1999

Studies
Conservatoire de Strasbourg with Marie-Madeleine Koebele and Monika Mauch
Masterclasses with Ulrike Hofbauer

Accompaniment: Jürgen Banholzer, Harpsichord

 

Veronika Mair
G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Veronika Mair | Österreich: G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Austria, *1996

Studies
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis with Ulrike Hofbauer (from 2020)
Mozarteum Innsbruck with Maria Erlacher-Forster
Masterclasses with Konrad Jarnot, Eva Lind, Karlheinz Hanser, Gabriele Lechner, Vesselina Kasarova und Kurt Widmer

Accompaniment: Jürgen Banholzer, Harpsichord

 

Julia Hinger
H. Tarditi, Plaudite cantate

Julia Hinger | Deutschland: Tarditi, Plaudite Cantate

Germany, *1995

Studies
Staatlichen Hochschule für Musik Trossingen with Prof. Melanie Diener (singing)
Staatlichen Hochschule für Musik Trossingen (Jazz and popular music)

Website: www.juliahinger.de

Accompaniment: Eckhart Böhm

 

Lisa Orthuber
A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

Lisa Orthuber | Deutschland: A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

Germany, *1996

Studies
Musikhochschule Nürnberg with Iride Martinez and Prof. Siegfried Jerusalem (currently)
Masterclasses with Deborah York, Sarah Maria Sun und Christoph Prégardien

Accompaniment: Diego Chacon

 

Laia Blasco Lòpez
O. di Lasso, Susanne un jour with diminutions by Laia Blasco Lòpez

Laia Blasco Lòpez | Italien: O. di Lasso, Susanne un jour with diminutions by Laia Blasco Lòpez

Italy, *1989

Studies
Scuola Civica Claudio Abbado in Mailand with Roberto Balconi und Sonia Tedla (Early music, currently)
Folkwang Universität der Künste in Essen with Maria Jona (Medieval music)
Musikhochschule in Münster(recorder)

Accompaniment: Maria Morózova-Meléndez, Organ

 

Laia Blasco Lòpez
C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Laia Blasco López | Italien: C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Italy, *1989

Studies
Scuola Civica Claudio Abbado in Mailand with Roberto Balconi und Sonia Tedla (Early music, currently)
Folkwang Universität der Künste in Essen with Maria Jona (Medieval music)
Musikhochschule in Münster(recorder)

Accompaniment: Martin Erhardt, Organ

 

Julia Sophie Hagenmüller
A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

Julia Sophie Hagenmüller | Deutschland: A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

Germany, *1990

Studies
Robert Schumann Hochschule Düsseldorf
Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt
Masterclasses with Dorothee Mields, Jörg Dürmüller, Simone Kermes

Accompaniment: Thomas Boysen, Baroque Guitars

 

Franziska Schumacher
H. Tarditi, Plaudite cantate

Franziska Schumacher | Deutschland: Tarditi, Plaudite Cantate

Germany, *1993

Studies
Staatliche Musikhochschule Trossingen with Gundula Anders and Jan Van Elsacker (currently)
Sibelius Academy in Helsinki
Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy Conservatory in Leipzig

Accompaniment: Jürgen Banholzer, Harpsichord

 

Franziska Schumacher
T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by F. Schumacher

Franziska Schumacher | Deutschland: Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by F.Schumacher

Germany, *1993

Studies
Staatliche Musikhochschule Trossingen with Gundula Anders and Jan Van Elsacker (currently)
Sibelius Academy in Helsinki
Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy Conservatory in Leipzig

Accompaniment: Martin Erhardt, Orgel

 

Maria Altadill
H. Tarditi, Plaudite cantate

Maria Altadill | Spanien: Tarditi, Plaudite Cantate

Spain

Studies
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis with Richard Levitt
Conservatorio de Tarragona
Masterclasses with A. Marcon, J. A. Bötticher, C. Banchini, O. Ghiglia, S. Azzolini

Accompaniment: Jürgen Banholzer, Harpsichord

 

Gudula Kinzler
G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Gudula Kinzler | Deutschland: G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Germany, *1966

Studies
Hochschule für Musik und Theater, München

Accompaniment: Jürgen Banholzer, Harpsichord

 

Jesùs Rodil
T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by Jesùs Rodil

Jesùs Rodil | Spanien: T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by Jesùs Rodil

Spain, *1986

Studies
Piano, Trumpet, Composition, Choral Conducting (A Coruña)
Harpsichord (Bologna)
Singing (Paris)

Accompaniment: Martin Ehrhardt, Organ

 

Naoko Kamiyama
G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Naoko Kamiyama | Japan: G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Japan, *1984

Studies
Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Trossingen (early music singing since 2018)
Tokyo College of Music
Kunitachi College of Music

Teaching
Yamaha Music School in Akiruno-center

Accompaniment: Barbara Adamczyk, Organ

 

Mara Maria Möritz
G. G. Kapsberger, Parce mihi

Mara Maria Möritz | Deutschland: G. G. Kapsberger, Parce mihi

Germany, *1996

Studies
Hochschule für Musik Nürnberg with Prof. Susanne Kelling and Prof. Marcelo Amaral
Masterclasses with Sibylla Rubens, Robert Gambill, Sarah Maria Sun, Dame Felicity Lott oder Christiane Iven

Website: www.maramaria-moeritz.com

Accompaniment: Thomas Boysen, Theorbo

 

Roberta Szklenàr
A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

Roberta Szklenár | Ungarn: A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

Hungaria

Studies
Schola Cantorium Basiliensis (Renaissance-Romantic Music-Voice since 2019)
Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music (Teacher, Musicology)

Accompaniment: Thomas Boysen, Baroque Guitars

 

Ellen Torrie
H. Tarditi, Plaudite cantate

Ellen Torrie | Kanada: H. Tarditi, Plaudite Cantate

Canada, *1996

Studies
Early Music performance at McGill University (from September 2020)
Studied voice under the direction of Paula Rockwell and Jason Davis
Lunenburg Academy of Music Performance participant

Accompaniment: Jürgen Banholzer, Harpsichord

 

Anne Schneider
C. de Rore, Angelus ad Pastores with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Anne Schneider | Deutschland: C. de Rore, Angelus ad Pastores with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Germany, *1982

Studies
Musikhochschule Weimar with Barbara Ebel and Siegfried Gohritz
Additional studies in early music with Dr. Rebecca Stewart und Prof. Maurice van Lieshout
Masterclasses with Jessica Cash, Peter van Heyghen, Stephan Mai und Sigiswald Kuijken.

Website: www.anneschneider.org

Accompaniment: Peter Kranefoed, Organ

 

Anne Schneider
O. di Lasso, Susanne un jour with diminutions by Anne Schneider

Anne Schneider | Deutschland: O. di Lasso, Susanne un jour with diminutions by Anne Schneider

Germany, *1982

Studies
Musikhochschule Weimar with Barbara Ebel and Siegfried Gohritz
Additional studies in early music with Dr. Rebecca Stewart und Prof. Maurice van Lieshout
Masterclasses with Jessica Cash, Peter van Heyghen, Stephan Mai und Sigiswald Kuijken.

Website: www.anneschneider.org

Accompaniment: Peter Kranefoed, Organ

 

Eric Brenner
B. Barbarino, In te Domine speravi

Eric Brenner | USA: Bartolomeo Barbarino, In te domine

USA

Website: www.ericsbrenner.com

Accompaniment: Jürgen Banholzer, Harpsichord

 

Eric Brenner
B. Barbarino, Sancta Maria

Eric Brenner | USA: Bartolomeo Barbarino, Sancta Maria

USA

Website: www.ericsbrenner.com

Accompaniment: Jürgen Banholzer, Harpsichord

 

Eliza Jane Cassey
H. Tarditi, Plaudite cantate

Eliza Jane Cassey | Kanada: H. Tarditi, Plaudite Cantate

Canada, *1989

Studies
University of Huddersfield, UK
University of Toronto, Canada
Research Assistant and Editor Toronto, Ontario
Teaching Assistant, University of Toronto

Accompaniment: Jürgen Banholzer, Harpsichord

 

Sreten Manojlovic
G.F. Sances, Jesu dulcis memoria

Sreten Manojlovic | Serbien: G.F. Sances, Jesu dulcis memoria

Serbia, *1989

Studies
University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna with Sebastian Vittucci
Additional guidance from Carol Blaickner-Mayo
Belgrade Baroque Academy and the New Belgrade Opera with Marijana Mijanović and Predrag Gosta

Website: www.sretenmanojlovic.com

Accompaniment: Thomas Boysen, Theorbo, Lute, Baroque Guitar

 

Baiba Urka
G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Baiba Urka | Lettland: G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Latvia, *1988

Studies
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Basel (Advanced Vocal Ensemble Studies AVES since 2019)
Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Trossingen (Early music singing)
Latvian Academy of Music, Riga (Early music singing and choral conducting)
Porto Music, Arts and Theatre Academy (Early music singing)
Masterclasses with aquela Andueza, Deborah York, Fernando Guimaraes, Anna Simboli, Frank Woerner, Annika Ollinkari, Marek Rzepka, and Dirk Snellings

Website: www.baibaurka.com

Accompaniment: Jürgen Banholzer, Harpsichord

 

Baiba Urka
T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by Baiba Urka

Baiba Urka | Lettland: T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by Baiba Urka

Latvia, *1988

Studies
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Basel (Advanced Vocal Ensemble Studies AVES since 2019)
Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Trossingen (Early music singing)
Latvian Academy of Music, Riga (Early music singing and choral conducting)
Porto Music, Arts and Theatre Academy (Early music singing)
Masterclasses with aquela Andueza, Deborah York, Fernando Guimaraes, Anna Simboli, Frank Woerner, Annika Ollinkari, Marek Rzepka, and Dirk Snellings

Website: www.baibaurka.com

 

Romina De la Fuente
H. Tarditi, Plaudite cantate

Romina De la Fuente | Chile: H. Tarditi, Plaudite Cantate

Chile, *1991

Studies
Universidad Católica de Valparaíso
Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Trossingen with Gundula Anders

 

Andrey Akhmetov
G. F. Sances, Jesu dulcis memoria

Andrey Akhmetov | Russia: G.F. Sances,Jesu dulcis memoria

Russia, *1986

Studies
Saint Petersburg with Nikolai Dumtzev
Kölner Musikhochschule with Kai Wessel
Masterclasses with Jelena Obraszowa, Matti Palm, Dame Emma Kirkby, Peter Kooij, Marie Leonhardt, Bob van Asperen, Hermann Max, Václav Luks, Xenia Mejer, Andrew Lawrence-King, Marco Beasley
Baroque gestures with Sigrid T’Hooft, Soetkin Elbers and Danila Vedernikov

Website: www.famb.ch

Accompaniment: Thomas Boysen, Theorbo, Lute, Baroque Guitar

 

Salina Alexandrova
G. A. Rigatti, O magnum sacramentum

Salina Alexandrova | Bulgarien: G.A. Rigatti, O magnum sacramentum

Bulgaria, *1993

Accompaniment: Martin Erhardt, Organ

 

Iason Marmaras
C. de Rore, Ancor che col partire with diminutions by G. B. Bovicelli

Iason Marmaras | Griechenland: C. d. Rore/G.B. Bovicelli, Ancor che col partire

Greece, *1987

Studies
The Hague (harpsichord with Fabio Bonizzoni, Ton Koopman; early music singing with Michael Chance, Jill Feldman, Peter Kooij)
Basel (early music theory and composition with Florian Vogt and Johannes Menke)

Teaching
Centre for Early Music of the Athens Conservatoire (harpsichord, basso continuo and vocal ensemble coaching)

Website: www.scholacantorum.gr

 

Erika Tandiono
O. di Lasso, Susanne un jour with diminutions by E. Tandiono

Erika Tandiono | Indonesien : O. di Lasso, Susanne un jour with diminutions by E.Tandiono

Indonesia, *1989

Studies
Melbourne Conservatorium of Music (Australia)
Since 2018 Hochschule für Künste Bremen, Alte Musik with Bettina Pahn

Website: www.erika-tandiono.de

Accompaniment: Maria Morózova-Meléndez, Organ

 

Birgit Stöckler
A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

Birgit Stöckler | Österreich: A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

Austria, *1988

Studies
At Grazer Kunstuniversität with Tom Sol, KS Joanna Borowska-Isser, Joseph Breinl and Robert Heimann
Exchange Semester at Royal Conservatoire of Music in Den Haag

Website: www.birgitstoeckler.com

Accompaniment: Thomas Boysen, Baroque Guitars

 

Lara Morger
H. Tarditi, Plaudite cantate

Lara Morger | Schweiz: H. Tarditi, Plaudite Cantate

Schweiz, *1992

Studies
Hochschule für Musik Freiburg (singing) with Prof. Dorothea Wirtz
Hochschule für Musik und Theater „Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy“ (Baroque Bassoon)
Singing with Prof. Marek Rzepka and Prof. Jeanette Favaro-Reuter

Accompaniment: David Erzberger

Location of receipton: Museum Bruder Klaus Sachseln

 

Emily Yocum Black
H. Tarditi, Plaudite Cantate

Emily Yocum Black | USA: H. Tarditi, Plaudite Cantate

USA, *1992

Studies
University of Louisville

Kentucky Opera; Apprentice Studio Artist, 2016–2017
Vocal Fellow, Fall Island Vocal Arts Seminar, 2020 (postponed to 2021 due to COVID-19)
Festival Artist with the Sherrill Milnes VOICE Programs
American Bach Soloists Academy
Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute
SongFest at the Colburn School; Professional Fellow and Schubert Fellow & Young Artist

Website: www.emilyyocumblack.com

Accompaniment: Jürgen Banholzer, Harpsichord

 

Molly Netter

Molly Netter | Kanada/USA: G. F. Sances, O bone Jesu

Canada / USA

Studies
Yale School of Music, Yale Institute of Sacred Music
Teachers: James Taylor, Ted Taylor, Sherezade Panthaki, Kendra Colton, Gerald Crawford

Website: www.mollynettervoice.com

Accompaniment: Jürgen Banholzer, Harpsichord

 

Molly Netter

Molly Netter | Kanada/USA: T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by Molly Netter

Canada / USA

Studies
Yale School of Music, Yale Institute of Sacred Music
Teachers: James Taylor, Ted Taylor, Sherezade Panthaki, Kendra Colton, Gerald Crawford

Website: www.mollynettervoice.com

Accompaniment: Martin Erhardt, Organ

 

Sarah Richards
H. Tarditi, Plaudite Cantate

Sarah Richards | USA: H. Tarditi, Plaudite Cantate

USA

Studies
Indiana University Jacobs School of Music with Steven Rickards
West Virginia Universitywith Robert Chafin, Nicholas Perna

 

Marcel Hubner

Marcel Hubner | Deutschland: T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by Marcel Hubner

Germany, *1992

Studies
Augsburger Domsingknaben
HfM Würzburg with Prof. Martin Hummel

 

Birgit Stöckler

Birgit Stöckler | Österreich: T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by B. Stöckler

Austria, *1988

Studies At Grazer Kunstuniversität with Tom Sol, KS Joanna Borowska-Isser, Joseph Breinl and Robert Heimann
Exchange Semester at Royal Conservatoire of Music in Den Haag

Website: www.birgitstoeckler.com

Accompaniment: Martin Erhardt, organ

 

Monika Mauch

Monika Mauch | Deutschland: T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam with diminutions by M. Mauch

Germany, *1970

Studies
With Richard Wistreich in Trossingen, Jill Feldman in Paris, Rita Loving in München, Kai Wessel in Köln und Kimberley Brockman in St Gallen

Teaching
Conservatoire de musique et de la danse, Strasbourg

Website: www.monika-mauch.de

Accompaniment: Hugh Sandilands, Lute

 

Margarete Huber

Margarete Huber | Deutschland: A. Brunelli, O quam suavis

Germany*

Studies
Universität der Künste Berlin with Prof. Bormann
Master classes with Barbara Schlick, György Kurtag and Nigel Rogers

Website: www.margaretehuber.wordpress.com

Accompaniement:Margarete Huber, Organ

 

Nicolàs Lartaun-Oyarzun

Nicolàs Lartaun-Oyarzun | Chile: H. Tarditi, Plaudite Candate

Chile, *1973

Studies                                                                                 
Universidad Católica de Chile with Ahlke Scheffelt
Teachers: Mark Oswald (New York), Vincenzo Manno (Vincenzo Accademia alla Scala, Milan),  Margreet Honig (Amsterdam)

Website: www.nicolaslartaun.com

 

Nicolàs Lartaun-Oyarzun

Nicolàs Lartaun-Oyarzun | Chile: T. L. Victoria, Magi viderunt stellam, dimin. by N. Lartaun-Oyarzun

Chile, *1973

Studies                                                                                 
Universidad Católica de Chile with Ahlke Scheffelt
Teachers: Mark Oswald (New York), Vincenzo Manno (Vincenzo Accademia alla Scala, Milan),  Margreet Honig (Amsterdam)

Website: www.nicolaslartaun.com