MASTERCLASS
UNIV.-PROF. JULIANE BANSE

12. – 18. July 2020

Direction: UNIV.-PROF. JULIANE BANSE
Accompaniment: MARCELO AMARAL


Audition:
July, 12th 2020, 11.00 am
Location: Polytechnische Schule, Wörgl

 

Course fee: € 450,-- (Passive 50% - € 225,-- for masterclass passive participation)

Registration until 2nd of July 2020

Final concert
July, 18th 2020
Start: 20.15 Uhr
Location: Church Kirchbichl


Target group:

This masterclass of Univ.-Prof. Juliane Banse addresses to advanced singers, singing students at art universities and conservatories as well as accompanying coaching for young professionals (repertoire choice) as well as to professional singers who are in preparation for concerts and opera performances or auditions.


Master's course:

This master class does not only deal with the musical-dramatic examination of a role/aria (interpretation and development of vocal colors, design in musical and textual content) but also with the interpretation and stage presence in particular. The participants have the opportunity to present their skills in a representative final concert under professional conditions.

We ask you to be prepared for this masterclass.

Marcelo Amaral supports the participants with coaching and accompanist, especially regarding to the final concert on 18th of July 2020.

Language of instruction:
German, English

 

Juliane Banse ThumbJuliane Banse

Few artists of her generation are as successful in so many spheres and with such varied repertoire as Juliane Banse. Her extremely broad opera repertoire ranges from the Marschallin, Countess in Figaro, Fiordiligi, Donna Elvira, Vitellia, Genoveva, Leonore, Tatyana, Arabella, to Grete (Schreker’s Der ferne Klang). She made her stage debut as a twenty-year-old in the role of Pamina in Harry Kupfer’s production of The Magic Flute at the Komische Oper Berlin. Juliane Banse was born in southern Germany and grew up in Zurich. She took lessons first with Paul Steiner and later with Ruth Rohner at the Zurich Opera House, completing her studies under Brigitte Fassbaender and Daphne Evangelatos in Munich.

From the winter semester 2016/2017 Juliane Banse herself took on a guest professorship at the Robert Schumann Academy in Dusseldorf. Juliane Banse is a well-received guest at the great opera houses as at the Zurich Opera House, at the Theater an der Wien, at the State Opera in Vienna, at the State Opera in Berlin, at the Lyric Opera Chicago and at the MET.

Juliane Banse is also highly in demand as a concert singer. She has worked together with many renowned conductors, including Lorin Maazel, Riccardo Chailly, Bernard Haitink, Franz Welser-Möst, Mariss Jansons, Zubin Mehta and Manfred Honeck. Lied recitals feature regularly in her calendar.

She was recently a guest at the Schubertiade Vilabertran, in Oxford, at the lied week in Schloss Elmau singing Wagner’s Wesendonck lieder and she also performed during the first concerts in the new Boulez Hall in Berlin, giving a recital accompanied by Wolfram Rieger.

Many of her CD recordings have won awards. Two recordings by Juliane Banse received an Echo Klassik: Braunfels’s Jeanne d’Arc with the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra under Manfred Honeck (nominated ‘first world recording of the year’) and Mahler’s 8th Symphony with the Tonhalle Orchester Zurich under David Zinman. In February 2017 her first CD, Unanswered Love, was issued to great acclaim in the media. It contains in some cases the first recordings of works by Reimann, Rihm and Henze which she recorded with the German Radio Philharmonic Orchestra Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern and Christoph Poppen.

This season her first CD recorded with the Munich Radio Orchestra of works by Braunfels, Korngold, Marx and Pfitzner will be released.


Marcelo Amaral ThumbMarcello Amaral, Pianist

Hailed by The New York Times as "a superlative accompanist", Brazilian pianist Marcelo Amaral has gained a reputation as a sought-after accompanist of singers and instrumentalists alike.

Winner of the Pianist Prize at the 2009 International Robert Schumann Song Competition, he has performed with numerous internationally renowned artists including Janina Baechle, Olaf Bär, Juliane Banse, Daniel Behle, John Chest, Layla Claire, Ronan Collett, Sarah Connolly, Roxana Constantinescu, Melanie Diener, Veronika Eberle, Manuel Fischer-Dieskau, Soile Isokoski, Michaela Kaune, Jochen Kupfer, Sophie Marilley, Íride Martínez, Nils Mönkemeyer, Christoph Pohl, Christoph Pregardien, Daniel Röhn, Edicson Ruiz, Tobias Scharfenberger, Birgid Steinberger, Roman Trekel, Michael Volle, Matthias Winckhler und dem Alfama Quartet.

His collaboration with soprano Carolina Ullrich has led to both a song album for GENUIN Records in 2012 entitled Emoción, as well as a critically acclaimed tour of the United States which included appearances at New York City’s Merkin Hall and the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.

Recent debuts at the Wigmore Hall in London, the Musée d’Orsay in Paris, and the Schubertiade in Schwarzenberg were highly praised and several of his collaborations have been broadcast on the BBC, Bayerischer Rundfunk, Deutschland Radio Kultur, WDR/Arte, and Radio France.

He has appeared at numerous festivals including Montpellier Festival, Mozarteum Sommerakademie, Schleswig-Holstein Festival, Europäisches Musikfest, International Art Song Festival, Ravinia Festival, Tuscan Sun Festival, Festival de Marvão and Oxford Lieder Festival, among others.

A graduate of both the Cleveland Institute of Music and Indiana University, he has worked together with and received guidance from such eminent artists as Elly Ameling, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Rudolf Jansen, Malcolm Martineau, Olga Radosavljevich, Andras Schiff, Peter Schreier and Roger Vignoles. In addition, he studied German Lied Interpretation with renowned pianist Helmut Deutsch at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München.

A passionate teacher of song interpretation, Marcelo was invited to teach at the Master Class Series at the Internationale Hugo Wolf Akademie in Stuttgart, where he is on the artistic advisory board.

Since 2014 he has been Professor for German Lieder and Song interpretation at the Hochschule für Musik Nürnberg.

www.marceloamaral.de

 

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