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Kultur.LEBEN: Angelika Kirchschlager + Elias Gillesberger

Start: 19:30 o'clock
Location: Remise Bludenz
Entrance fee: EUR 30,00
Tickets: all hypobanks, tourist office Bludenz T +43 5552 63621-790, municipal office Nüziders and at the box office.
Info: www.kultur-leben.at

FotoCredit: Philipp Horak, Nikolaus Karlinsky

The Kultur.LEBEN series of events on Friday, 11 March, offers an exceptionally exquisite cultural treat. Born in Salzburg, Angelika Kirchschlager is undoubtedly a world star who enchants her audience with her skills, charisma and authenticity. Together with the pianist Elias Gillesberger the Mezzosopranistin with its program is from mad ones and saints with works of Schuhmann, Schubert and Liszt to guest at 19.30 o'clock, in the Remise Bludenz.

Angelika Kirchschlager has long been one of the leading singers in her field and is a regular guest on the great opera and concert stages of the world. She has set international standards. The singer and singing teacher, who has received her singing and artistic fine-tuning in Vienna at the Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst, has performed in the great concert halls in Europe, Japan and the USA. Angelika Kirchschlager pays special attention to song and concert singing. Her extensive repertoire speaks for itself. In 2007 she was a chamber singer at the Vienna State Opera, in 2009 an honorary member of the Royal Academy of Music in London, in 2013 she was awarded the European Culture Prize and won the BBC Music Magazine Award for her Liszt recording.

Elias Gillesberger is an impressive up-and-coming piano talent. Born in 1997 in Freistadt/Upper Austria, he took piano lessons in the LMS Freistadt with Gernot Martzy, then at the Anton Bruckner Private University with Naoko Knopp and now with Clemens Zeilinger. Concerts at home and abroad, as well as numerous prizes at "prima la musica" on state and national level are already on the CV of the young pianist. In 2012 he received the Dr. Josef Ratzenböck Scholarship of the Province of Upper Austria. He attended master classes with Paul Gulda, Mikhail Voskresensky, Robert Lehrbaumer, Margit Fussi and the Vienna Piano Trio. His work as a chamber musician enabled him to collaborate in recitals with renowned singers such as Angelika Kirchschlager and others.

 


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