Anna Samuil masterclass january 2023 nl

International vocal masterclass Triomphe de l’Art on 31/01, 01/02, 02/02 – 2023

The masterclass is given by the famous soprano, leading soloist of Staatsoper Unter den Linden, Berlin,
Voice Teacher at Hochschule für Musik “Hanns Eisler” of Berlin,
Anna Samuil.

Dates: 31/01, 01/02, 02/02 – 2023
Place: Pianos Maene Brussels, Rue de l’Argonne 37, 1060 Brussels, Belgium

Application Deadline: 15 December 2022

Application date Application fee
Application until 1 October 2022 540 €
Application until 15 December 2022 590 €

If the masterclass is cancelled due to the COVID-19 circumstances or by initiative of organizers, the full refund is due to be paid within 14 days of cancellation in these circumstances.

Active students will work with the master teacher and a pianist. This masterclass is private. The masterclass includes 3 lessons of 45 minutes with Anna Samuil and a pianist. This masterclass is private. The number of places is limited!

People wishing to apply for the masterclass as passive participants also need to register to the masterclass by writing in advance an email to masterclass.triomphe.de.lart@gmail.com. Passive participants have to pay a special fee per day. The masterclass is private. Attending the masterclass without registration is not allowed for the public.

CONTACT AND INFO: masterclass.triomphe.de.lart@gmail.com

We are very happy to announce the masterclass of the famous soprano
Anna Samuil

Soprano Anna Samuil is among the most sought-after singers of her generation and has been steadily engaged as a soloist at the Staatsoper Unter den Linden in Berlin since 2004. Anna’s international career quickly brought her to some of the most important stages in the world: La Scala in Milan (Donna Anna, Freia, Norne,Gutrune, Magd) , the Metropolitan Opera in New York (Musetta), the State Operas in Munich (Violetta, Donna Anna), Dresden (Mimì), and Hamburg (Adina, Fiordiligi, Donna Anna, Violetta), the Opera Houses in Valencia (Donna Anna), Lyon (Maria in Mazeppa), Tel Aviv and Tokyo (Donna Anna, Violetta, Rosalinde), Pittsburgh (Violetta, Tatiana), and Baltimore (Mimì), and the Grand Théâtre de Luxembourg (Violetta).

A frequently invited guest at international festivals, she has enjoyed considerable success at the Salzburg Festival (Tatiana), in Aix-en-Provence and Edinburgh (Violetta, Maria), at Glyndebourne, Verbier, and the Arena di Verona (Donna Anna), Grafenegg ( Brittens “War Requiem”), as well as at the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino (Verdi’s Messa da Requiem).

Anna Samuil has won prizes at major international competitions such as the International Tchaikovsky Competition and Glinka Competition (Russia), the Concorso Franco Corelli and Concorso Riccardo Zandonai (Italy), as well as the Klaudia Taev Competition (Estonia) and the Neue Stimmen Competition (Germany).

In recognition of her outstanding vocal and acting performances, Anna was honored in 2008 with the Daphne audience award of the TheaterGemeinde Berlin.

Numerous recordings document Anna Samuil’s artistic activities. CD and DVD releases so far include Eugene Onegin from the Salzburg Festival (Deutsche Grammophon), Don Giovanni from Glyndebourne (EMI) and as a concert recording from Israel (Helicon), Das Rheingold and Götterdämmerung from La Scala in Milan (Arthaus), and Britten’s War Requiem under the baton of Sir Neville Marriner, Der Rosenkavalier ( Arthaus Music) with Zubin Mehta, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra under Daniel Barenboim (Decca) and Rachmaninovs “The Bells” with Gürzenich Orchester Köln.

Anna has collaborated with renowned conductors such as Daniel Barenboim, Zubin Mehta, Sir Neville Marriner, Lorin Maazel, Antonio Pappano, Plácido Domingo, Dmitri Kitayenko, Kent Nagano, Manfred Honeck, Chung Myung-whun, Ivor Bolton, Kirill Petrenko, Vladimir Jurowski, Gustavo Dudamel, Andris Nelsons, Massimo Zanetti, and Donald Runnicles.

Directors who have guided her career are Franco Zeffirelli, Peter Stein, Andrea Breth, Jonathan Miller, Bernard Uzan, Hans Neuenfels, Achim Freyer, Jonathan Kent, Claus Guth, Guy Cassiers, Lindy Hume, and Marthe Keller.

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