aktuelles Leonore Fidelio

Return to the Vienna State Opera

In April Anne Schwanewilms returns to the Vienna State Opera: in four performances of Beethoven’s opera “Fidelio« she sings the role of Leonore. Adam Fischer has the musical direction. Among the other soloists are Thomas Johannes Mayer, Brandon Jovanovich, Lars Woldt and Chen Reiss. Performances: 23, 26, 29 April and 2 May 2019

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aktuelles Anne Schwanewilms Großherzogin von Gerolstein

Role debut: Anne Schwanewilms sings the Grand Duchess of Gerolstein

In February 2020 Anne Schwanewilms makes her role debut as Grand Duchess of Gerolstein in Jachques Offenbach’s same-titled operetta. The Semperoper Dresden presents a new production directed by Josef E. Köpplinger, Jonathan Darlington has the musical direction. The premiere is on 29 February 2020.

aktuelles Meistersinger von Nürnberg nominiert International Opera Award

DVD „Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg“ nominated for the International Opera Awards 2019

The DVD recording of „Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg“ from the Bayreuth Festival with Anne Schwanewilms in the role of Eva has been nominated for the International Opera Awards 2019. The DVD has been released at Deutsche Grammophon in July 2018. The International Opera Awards is an annual celebration of excellence in opera around the world, this year’s ceremony will take place in London on 29 April.

Aktuelles Karl V Nationaltheater München

Livestream of „Karl V“ from the Bavarian State Opera in Munich

The last performance of the new production of Ernst Krenek’s „Karl V“ with Anne Schwanewilms as Isabella will be streamed live from the National Theater Munich on 23 February 2019 at 7.00 pm. The videostream is available on the website oft he opera house.

Aktuelles Premiere Krenek

BR Klassik broadcasts the premiere of Krenek’s „Karl V“

Live from the National Theater Munich: The radio channel BR Klassik broadcasts the premiere of Ernst Krenek’s opera „Karl V“ with Anne Schwanewilms in the role of Isabella. The show starts at 5.30 pm with informations about the work and the cast, the live broadcast of the performance starts at 6 pm.

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Aktuelles Krenek Karl V

Anne Schwanewilms sings in a new production of Krenek’s „Karl V“

On 10 February 2019 Anne Schwanewilms will sing the role of Isabella in a new production of Ernst Krenek’s opera „Karl V“. Her last appearances in Munich had been Elsa and Marschallin, now the soprano returns for this role debut. The conductor is Erik Nielsen, among the other soloists are Bo Skovhus and Okka von Damerau. Performances: 10, 13, 16, 21 and 23 February 2019 and 14 July 2019 (Munich Opern Festival).

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Anne Schwanewilms Konzert

Recital in London

Anne Schwanewilms starts 2019 with a recital in Wigmore Hall in London. Accompanied by Malcom Martineau the soprano sings Lieder by Robert Schumann, Othmar Schoeck, Henri Duparc und Claude Debussy. 11 January 2019, 7.30 pm.

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Anne Schwanewilms Gipfeltreffen

Summit meeting with two sopranos

On 16 December 2018 Anne Schwanewilms will be a talkshow guest at Annette Dasch’s „DaschSalon“ at the Alte Oper Frankfurt. The „DaschSalon is a show combining talk with musical performances, so both sopranos will also sing together. At the piano: Kathrin Dasch and Ulrich Naudé.

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Concert with the Neue Philharmonie Westfalen

On 5 November Anne Schwanewilms returns to Gelsenkirchen for a concert with the Neue Philharmonie Westfalen. On the programme: „Lieder für Sopran und Orchester“ by Richard Strauss, the conductor is Rasmus Baumann. The concert will also be performed in Turnhoutse (Belgium) on 7 November 2018.

Anne Schwanewilms will be a Vocal Studies professor in Weimar

Anne Schwanewilms has been offered a professorship at the University of Music Franz Liszt Weinmar. As a Vocal Studies professor she starts her classes in October 2018. „I’m really looking forward to working with the students“, the soprano says. „After all the masterclasses I gave in the last years in opera houses and universities I realized how important this work is to me.“