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Mirella Hagen, Soprano – Liederabend of Wagnerian Composers
July 9, 2016 - 1:00 am - 3:00 am
The Wagner Society is excited to present this wonderful Sommer Liederabend in conjunction with Lieder Alive! To Purchase Tickets on this website, navigate to the bottom of this page Our guest is the wonderfully gifted soprano Mirella Hagen, formerly of the Oper Studio Stuttgart. Ms. Hagen sang the roles of the Forestbird and Woglinde in Bayreuth 2015. She has sung many roles at the Stuttgart Opera Studio, Ms. Hagen has also sung in Dortmund, Antwerp, Braunschweig, Regensberg and Komische Oper Berlin. Ms. Hagen has worked closely with Helmut Rilling, performing the works of J.S. Bach world wide. Ms. Hagen will perform with conductor, accompanist Robin Engelen. Robin Engelen has worked with many fine ensembles in Europe and the world, including the Leipzig Gewandhaus, Stuttgart Radio Orchestra and Stuttgart Philharmonic, Berlin Konzerthaus Orchestra, Berlin Radio Symphony (RSB), Dusseldorf Philharmonic, as well as the Royal Flemish Philharmonic, Prometheus Orchestra, Oregon Bach Festival Orchestra, Mahler Chamber Orchestra and Tokyo Philharmonic. The Festivals he has visited include Oregon Bach Festival, Beethovenfest Bonn, Baden-Baden, Stuttgart, Salzburg, and Bregenz. The program is built around “Wagnerian” composers and includes: Alban Berg Seven Early Songs Claude Debussy Il pleure dans mon coeur Green Spleen Hugo Wolf Die Kleine Nachtzauber Im Früling Die Spröde Singt mein Schatz wie ein Fink Richard Wagner Waldvogel Richard Strauss Mädschenblumen op.22 Benjamin Britten Cabaret Songs The venue is the beautiful Noe Valley Ministries 1021 Sanchez Street San Francisco, CA
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