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Max v. Lütgendorff
The Austrian-German tenor Maximilian v. Lütgendorff is valued for his warm, brilliant voice and his charming and humorous roles in operetta and opera.
Guest engagements have taken him to the Salzburg Festival, the Landestheater Linz and Zurich and he sangMahler’s 8th symphony with the Sofia Philharmonic.
The Kosovan pianist Mennan Bërveniku is valued as one of the most versatile concert pianists of his generation and plays solo concerts at home and abroad.
He is also a sought-after accompanist in operas and songs, as well as in chamber music collaborations with the Trio Dobona.
The winner of international competitions sings in stage productions at home and abroad, including Tosca, Ciocio-san in “Madama Butterfly”, Mimi in “La Bohème”, “Giuditta”, and Rosalinde in “Fledermaus”.
Isabella is regularly on the national and international concert stage to be heard (Musikverein Vienna, Osaka Symphony Hall, Tokyo Opera City, Seoul Arts Center, Philharmonia Podkarpacka Rzeszów, NCPA Mumbai, and many more).
Engagements as an opera, operetta, lied and oratorio singer have taken the Viennese baritone to the Vienna State Opera and Volksoper, the Tokyo National Opera, the Lincoln Center NYC, the Bregenz Festival and many other opera houses around the world.
Georg sang numerous radio and television broadcasts with the RSO Madrid, as well as song CD productions in New York and Vienna.
The young Columbian tenor Julian Henao is praised for his soft, warm voice. He was part of the Young Ensemble of the Theater an der Wien and has since sung Othello at the Rossini Festival Pesaro, Jaquino in Glyndebourne and at the Vienna Burgtheater.
In addition to his opera work, he regularly sings classical tango concerts with the Vienna Tango Quintet.