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    Jugendsymphonieorchster Oberfranken

    Haus Marteau auf Reisen

    Musikzauber Franken



    Internationale Musikbegegnungsstätte Haus Marteau
    Lobensteiner Str. 4
    95192 Lichtenberg
    Tel: (0 92 88) 6495


    Ludwigstraße 20
    95444 Bayreuth
    Tel: (09 21) 604-1608
    Fax: (09 21) 604-1606

    Künstlerischer Leiter
    Prof. Christoph Adt
    Schubertstraße 4
    90491 Nürnberg

    Dr. Ulrich Wirz
    Ludwigstraße 20
    95444 Bayreuth

    Prof. Cheryl Studer

    studied at the Berkshire Music Centre, Tanglewood and at the School of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna under KS Hans Hotter. Following her debut performance in 1985 at the Bayreuth Festival as Elisabeth in Tannhäuser, and where she has since celebrated great success also as Elsa, Senta and Sieglinde, came performances at the Bavarian State Opera and the German Opera in Berlin. In 1989 she made her debut performance at the Salzburg Festival as Chrysothemis, where she could also be seen as Marschallin, Elettra/ Idomeneo and Leonore/ Fidelio. With over 75 roles, including those of the Kaiserin, Donna Anna, Aida, Marguerite, Violetta, Queen of the Night, Semiramide, Lucia and Salome, she has performed all over Asia, in all the famous opera houses of Europe and the USA, including the Viennese State Opera, the Milan Scala, Opera de Paris, Royal Opera House at Covent Garden, London and the Metropolitan Opera, New York. Cheryl Studer is also internationally sought after as a song and concert singer. For example, she has sung Strauss’ Four Last Songs in all music metropolises. She has also worked on over 100 record and video productions. The winner of numerous prizes (including the Furtwängler Prize, Prix Maria Callas, 2 Grammys) celebrates in 2013, 37 years on the stage. Cheryl Studer holds master classes and is member of juries in competitions worldwide. Since 2003 she has been professor for singing at the School of Music in Würzburg.




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