Masterclass Singing

juliane banse 

Few artists of her generation are as successful in so many areas with a wide variety of repertoire as the soprano Juliane Banse.
Her opera repertoire ranges from Feldmarschallin, Countess of Figaro, Fiordiligi, Donna Elvira, Vitellia to Genoveva, Leonore, Tatjana,
Arabella and Grete (Schreker's Der ferne Klang). She achieved her artistic breakthrough at the age of 20 as Pamina at the Komische
Oper Berlin in a production by Harry Kupfer. Her appearance at the Zurich Opera as Snow White at the premiere of the opera
of the same name by Heinz Holliger, with whom she has always had a close collaboration, is also unforgettable. The artist, who was born in southern Germany and grew up in Zurich, first took lessons with Paul Steiner,
later with Ruth Rohner at the Zurich Opera House and then completed her studies with Brigitte Fassbaender and Daphne Evangelatos
in Munich. She has been teaching as a professor at the Mozarteum in Salzburg since the winter semester 20/21.
She also gives master classes at home and abroad and is a sought-after jury member at international competitions. In the concert sector, the artist has a wide-ranging repertoire, which she has brought together with well-known conductors, including Lorin Maazel, Riccardo Chailly, Bernard Haitink,
Franz Welser-Möst, Marin Alsop, Zubin Mehta and Manfred Honeck. Most recently, Manfred Trojahn wrote the chamber music version of the work 4 Women from Shakespeare for her voice.
In autumn 2022 she made her first guest appearance in Japan after the pandemic (Strauss' Four Last Songs with the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra). Recitals and chamber music have always been an integral part of the calendar.
In the opera sector, Juliane Banse appeared on stage in the title role in the revival of Walter Braunfels' Joan of Arc in Cologne and in the premiere of Heinz Holliger's opera Lunea in Zurich.
She also sang the Marschallin in Strauss' Rosenkavalier for the first time, a role the artist had wanted to play for years. Commitments.
In the USA she was most recently seen as Rosalinde (Fledermaus) in Chicago and in Strauss' Arabella (Zdenka) at the MET in New York. Numerous CD recordings by the artist have won awards, two of which received the Echo Klassik.


Starting date:


Final Concert:

01.September 2024 18:00
Saal im Hotel Post, Sachrang


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Course-Fee: 480 €
(incl. administration fee)
Max participations: 8

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VR-Bank Rosenheim-Chiemsee eG
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