A year on and we’re slowly coming out of our third lockdown here in Vienna. The times are unsettling for many of us and I have seen many changes over the course of the last 14 months … however, one thing hasn’t changed: my love of singing, discovering new parts of my voice and developing as a vocal performer. Most of this work has been done at home during the past year and I can’t wait for it to be possible for us all to get out there onto our stages. We’re nearly there and I hope we will all come to savour and value live performances even more than we did before.
Until then here’s a throwback to my first lockdown recording of Rusalka … hope you enjoy it!
I am delighted to share a recording of our recent performance of Wolfgang Gabriel’s setting of John Keats’ “Ode to a Nightingale” for soprano, flute and piano. This piece has become very dear to my heart and I hope you enjoy listening as much as we enjoyed performing!
I’m very much looking forward to the world premiere of W. Gabriel’s setting of “Ode to a Nightingale” for soprano, flute and piano. I will also be performing his “Elegien im Herbst” and there will be other chamber music pieces and poetry readings.
I’m delighted to announce that the latest Gabriel soprano premiere is available on youtube! Please have a look of these videos of the premiere performance from May 2014 of these wonderful songs – I absolutely loved singing these!
It was a huge pleasure and honour for me to be able to give the world premiere performance of my father’s new composition for soprano, mixed chorus and small orchestra – Wolfgang Gabriel’s “Magnificat”. The performance was a great success and there will hopefully be an HD-video recording of the performance ready to upload shortly. Watch this space!
Meanwhile, German-speakers might like to read the Terz Magazin review here!
Father and daughter after the world premiere of Gabriel’s “Magnificat”, May 25 2013