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Musikverein, Golden Hall
Klaus Florian Vogt
Singverein der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien
Ludwig van Beethoven
Symphony No. 9 in D minor, op. 125
Kristine Opolais is one of the most sought after sopranos on the international scene today, appearing at the Metropolitan Opera New York, Wiener Staatsoper, Deutsche Staatsoper Berlin, Bayerische Staatsoper, Teatro alla Scala, Opernhaus Zürich and Royal Opera House Covent Garden. In recent seasons, Opolais’ concert performances have included appearances at the Salzburg Festival, BBC Proms and Tanglewood Festival.
The alto Gerhild Romberger has always concentrated on the concert repertoire, focusing on thematically ordered song recitals as well as the performance of contemporary music. Gerhild Romberger's exceptionally broad repertoire encompasses all the great alto and mezzo roles of the oratorio and concert literature from the baroque and classical periods to the romantic and the 20th century.
Klaus Florian Vogt is one of the outstanding Wagner tenors of the present day. His repertoire includes mainly dramatic parts, but he also performs lyric dramatic roles with great success. He is a sought-after guest at all the major opera houses in the world and has been a regular guest at the Bayreuth Festival since 2007. Klaus Florian Vogt has also made a name for himself as a concert artist and interpreter of Lieder. In 2012, he was named ECHO-Klassik artist of the year.
After early engagements in Münster and Bonn, Georg Zeppenfeld joined the Dresden State Opera in 2001 and has remained with the company since then, while also making guest appearances in practically every major opera house and concert hall in Europe and the United States.
In its more than 150 year history, the Wiener Singverein has managed as an amateur choir to adapt to the constantly changing conditions of the music industry and yet consistently remain a top international ensemble.