Since March 2017 Hermine Haselböck is
Guest Professor of Voice at KUNSTUNIVERSITÄT GRAZ
NOVEMBER 15, 20h
Florentinersaal, Palais Meran - Kunstuniversität Graz (Leonhardstr. 15)
Songs and arias by Bizet, Duparc, Delibes, Gounod, Liszt, Offenbach, Poulenc and Wagner
with Jerilyn Chou, Adrienn Csóka, Helena Damnjanović, Jutta Hochörtler, Marija-Katarina Jukić, Katarina Kopjar and Anna Sophia Theil. Rita Melem plays piano.
JERILYN CHOU, soprano, will give her Wiener Musikverein Debut with Mendelssohn's Paulus in May 12th 2019.
ALEKSANDRA TODOROVIĆ, soprano, is South-East-Scholarship Holder of Oper Graz. Her engagements are the role of Stasi in Beer's Operetta "Polnische Hochzeit", the Opernkurzgenuß-project "Hotel Elefant" and Pastore in Puccini's "Tosca" (Premiere: May 16th, 2019) at season 2018/19.
ANNA SOPHIA THEIL, soprano, has been introduced as young talent in the pre-program of the "Kammerkonzert" (chamber music concert) in the Stefaniensaal at Musikverein Graz 2019.
In March 25 + 26 2019 she returns at Musikverein as 1st Soprano - Soloist in Mendelssohn-Bartholdy's "Lobgesang" under the baton of maestro Christoph Altstaedt.
ADRIENN CSÓKA, mezzo-soprano, will sing the role of Volpino in Haydns „Lo Speziale“ with performances in Keszthely and Zalaegerszeg (Hungary) in February 22nd + 23rd 2019.
MARIJA-KATARINA JUKIĆ, soprano, will take part in a KUG production as Klärchen in R. Benatzkys "Im weißen Rössl"l and as 2nd Lady in W. A. Mozart's "Magic Flute" (Theater im Palais).
Furthermore she will perform Erodiade in Antonio Maria Bononcin's "Die Enthauptung von Johannes dem Täufer", an OpernKurzgenuss-CoProduction of Oper Graz (Premiere: May 23rd 2019 at Herz Jesu Kirche Graz)
IRINA PEROŠ, mezzo-soprano, graduated her study Master of Voice with honors! (June 29th 2018) and has a contract with the Wiener Staatsopernchor.
DANIEL A. ORTIZ -COBOS, bass, sings in the extra-choir of the Konzertvereinigung Wiener Staatsopernchor at Salzburg Festival 2018 and is member of the Chorakademie at Wiener Staatsoper for the season 2018/19.