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June 2022

Experience a symphony of music, wine, and culinary delights in the unique cultural and historical setting of South Tyrol.

Brixen invites you to an extraordinary festival with an ensemble of classical music, wines from Eisacktal valley, and the finest South Tyrolean culinary specialities.

A very special treat for the eyes, ears, and palate featuring historical sites of one of the oldest and richest cultural landscapes in Europe, be it against a breathtaking backdrop or in a more romantic, intimate setting.

Artists 2021

Camilla Nylund

Born in Finland, Camilla Nylund is one of the world's leading lyric sopranos today. After her musical…

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Juan Diego Flórez

Born in Peru in 1973, Juan Diego Flórez studied music in his hometown of Lima and at the Curtis…

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Daniel Geiss

Daniel Geiss is one of the most versatile musicians of his generation. Since the beginning of 2020, he…

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Julia Okruashvili

The Moscow-born pianist, Julia Okruashvili is a musician full of liveliness, diligence, and emotion. In…

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Albrecht Mayer

Albrecht Mayer (born in Erlangen) first received piano, recorder, and singing lessons before he began…

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Stanko Madić

Stanko Madić (born in Belgrade) began his training as a violinist at the age of 14 at the music academy…

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Jelena Dragnić

Jelena Dragnić is a member of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra as first violin tutti since 2006, and…

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Arthur Hornig

Since the 2011/2012 season, Arthur Hornig has been principal cellist of the Deutsche Oper Berlin…

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Passo Avanti

"Passo Avanti" enters as a novel symbiosis of classical music and jazz. The quartet breathes new life…

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Anton Saris

After graduating from high school, Dutchman Anton Saris trained as a singer at the Royal Conservatory in…

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James Rutherford

The Briton, James Rutherford, was born in Norwich. He first studied theology at Durham University before…

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Axel Brüggemann

The German music journalist and publicist, Axel Brüggemann, wants to tell stories that move people. He…

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Peter Rose

English bass Peter Rose received his musical training at the University of East Anglia, the Guildhall…

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Camilla Nylund

Born in Finland, Camilla Nylund is one of the world's leading lyric sopranos today. After her musical training with Eva Illes and at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, she was an ensemble member of the Lower Saxony State Opera in Hanover (1995-1999) and the Semperoper in Dresden (1999-2002) for several years. Following this, she started a successful international career. Since then, she has been a regular guest at the world's most renowned opera houses, including the Metropolitan Opera in New York City, the Vienna State Opera, La Scala in Milan, and the Royal Opera House Covent Garden in London. She made her debut at both the Salzburg Festival in 2008 and the Bayreuth Festival in 2011. Her broad repertoire includes roles such as: Elisabeth ("Tannhäuser"), Elsa ("Lohengrin"), Eva ("Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg"), Senta ("The flying Dutchman"), Marschallin ("Der Rosenkavalier"), Chrysothemis ("Elektra"), and Marie ("Wozzeck"). In opera and concert, she works with the most renowned conductors such as Daniel Barenboim, Zubin Metha, Sir Simon Rattle, Riccardo Muti, and Christian Thielemann. An exceptional artist who has won several awards, Camilla Nylund was awarded the title of "Wiener Kammersängerin" in 2019. She is a great fan of South Tyrolean cuisine and wine culture. This is why she was very happy to take on the patronage of BrixenClassics, which she will present as Artist in Residence at the start of the new festival in 2021.

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Albrecht Mayer
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Stanko Madić
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Jelena Dragnić
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Arthur Hornig
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Juan Diego Flórez

Born in Peru in 1973, Juan Diego Flórez studied music in his hometown of Lima and at the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia. In 1996 he made his official debut at the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro, where he caused an overnight sensation with his expressive voice and amazing agility. That same year he made his debut at La Scala in Milan at the age of only twenty-three. Since then, he has appeared regularly under the world's leading conductors on all the prestigious international opera stages, including the Vienna State Opera, the New York Metropolitan Opera, the Royal Opera House Covent Garden in London, the Munich State Opera, the Salzburg Festival and the opera houses in Zurich, Madrid and Baden-Baden. As a bel canto tenor of the absolute top class, Flórez has made a name for himself especially in the leading tenor roles of Rossini, Donizetti and Bellini as well as in operas by Verdi, Puccini, Gluck and Mozart. Juan Diego Flórez is a Decca exclusive artist and has released numerous solo albums and opera recordings on CD and DVD since 2001, with which he has won the German Echo and was nominated for a Grammy® in the category 'Best Classical Vocal Performance' in 2010. The Peruvian tenor has won numerous other international critics' awards, was appointed a UNESCO Special Ambassador in 2012 and was honoured as a Kammersänger in Vienna.

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Daniel Geiss

Daniel Geiss is one of the most versatile musicians of his generation. Since the beginning of 2020, he has been Artistic and Musical Director of the Belgrade Chamber Orchestra. Geiss has been active as a conductor for almost two decades. His first conducting engagements took him to orchestras in the USA, including the Owensboro Symphony Orchestra, the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, and the Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra, among others. In the following years, he worked with the Gürzenich Orchestra Cologne, Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, Teatro Real in Madrid as well as with the Philharmonie Südwestfalen and Zurich Chamber Orchestra. He made his debut at the Berliner Philharmonie. The 2018/19 season took Daniel Geiss to Budapest, Linz, Ljubljana, St. Petersburg, and Graz. In 2019, he conducted a shortened version of “The Flying Dutchman” in Tokyo. Geiss also conducted at Leipzig Music Festival and made his Italian debut at the opening concert of the 44th Cantiere Internationale d'Arte Festival in Montepulciano. In spring 2020, Daniel Geiss conducted the Euphony Orchestra on tour, a joint project of European music universities. This was followed by recordings with the BR Radio Orchestra along with an innovative talk and music concept initiated by Geiss as a podcast. In 2014, he developed the "Klanglabor" concept of visionary orchestral training. BrixenClassics follows this concept par excellence.

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Julia Okruashvili

The Moscow-born pianist, Julia Okruashvili is a musician full of liveliness, diligence, and emotion. In the ZDF and arte production "Hope@home" in 2020, she played with Daniel Hope and Thomas Hampson amongst others. She has made chamber music the focus of her artistic work. She has performed in various formations in the most important music centres of Europe and Germany, such as the Berliner Philharmonie, Gasteig in Munich, Alte Oper in Frankfurt, Zeneakadémia in Budapest, Musikverein Wien, Athenaeum in Bucharest, and Philharmonie in Moscow. She is a welcome guest at major festivals such as the Mosel Music Festival, the Rheingau Music Festival, the Bregenz Festival, the La Folle Journée Festival in Nantes, the Gent Festival van Vlaanderen, or the Tokyo Spring Festival. Julia Okruashvili has won several prizes. She teaches at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz in Cologne.

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Albrecht Mayer

Albrecht Mayer (born in Erlangen) first received piano, recorder, and singing lessons before he began playing the oboe at the age of ten. His teachers were Gerhard Scheuer, Georg Meerwein, Maurice Bourgue, and Ingo Goritzki. From his early youth, he received invitations to play in various orchestras, most notably by the European Community Youth Orchestra. Awarded prizes and scholarships, he became principal oboist in the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra in 1990. Two years later, he moved to the Berlin Philharmonic for the same position. He has long been one of the orchestra's most sought-after individual instrumentalists and one of the most important oboists of our time. As a soloist, he has worked with great conductors such as Claudio Abbado, Sir Simon Rattle, and Nikolaus Harnoncourt. In 2007, he made his debut at Carnegie Hall in New York City with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. He is in demand worldwide as a concert soloist. As a passionate chamber musician, he has performed with partners such as Hélène Grimaud, Leif Ove Andsnes, Nigel Kennedy, Lars Vogt, and Thomas Quasthoff. In his search for something new, he likes to transcribe pieces written for other instruments for his beloved oboe. In search of his personal sound ideal, Albrecht Mayer also founded his own ensemble "New Seasons". Mayer has received many awards, including the Echo-Klassik three times. His hometown of Bamberg awarded him the E.T.A. Hoffmann Prize in 2006.

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Stanko Madić

Stanko Madić (born in Belgrade) began his training as a violinist at the age of 14 at the music academy of his hometown. In 2002, he graduated at the top of his class. This was followed by a master's degree in Novi Sad, which he successfully completed at the age of 19 before going on to study for a master's degree at the Hochschule für Musik Carl Maria von Weber in Dresden. After gaining his first orchestral experience with the Belgrade Philharmonic, he joined the Dresden Staatskapelle (2008-2011), after which he was first concertmaster at the Staatsphilharmonie Nürnberg for seven years. He then took up before the same position at the Munich Radio Orchestra in 2018. As a soloist, he has made many appearances, such as with the Slovak Chamber Orchestra, the Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orchestre national de Lorraine, the Staatskapelle Dresden, the Bremer Philharmoniker and the Munich Radio Orchestra. As a soloist and chamber musician, he has worked with personalities such as Zubin Mehta, Michael Sanderling, and Philippe Jordan. Stanko Madić has received numerous awards.

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Jelena Dragnić

Jelena Dragnić is a member of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra as first violin tutti since 2006, and the first violin and co-founder of Belgrade Philharmonic String Quartet since 2011. She has performed with the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra in Vienna, Graz, Ljubljana, Zagreb, Dubrovnik, and on tour in Europe and the US, including Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow and Carnegie Hall, under conductors Zubin Mehta, Uroš Lajovic, Muhai Tang, and Gabriel Felz. She also currently serves as concertmaster with the Chamber Orchestra Ljubica Marić Belgrade, and as principal second violin with the Belgrade Chamber Orchestra. In 2015 Jelena participated in chamber and orchestra concerts at Maribor Festival under artistic leadership of Richard Tognetti. Other guest peformances include opera and concert tour with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra in Baden-Baden, Luxembourg, Essen, Dortmund, Frankfurt and Paris, with concuctors Kent Nagano and Daniel Harding. She has performed with the Belgrade Philharmonic String Quatet at festivals such as Silver Lyre in St Petersburg, Abu Dhabi Classics, and in Paris, Harbin, Tian Jin, and Izmir. The Quartet has worked with Eberhard Feltz, William Coleman (Kuss Quartet), and Wolfgang Redik. Jelena Dragnić holds master’s degree from Faculty of Music Belgrade, where she studied with Dejan Mihailović. As a holder of the Walter Stauffer Foundation Grant, she completed her Specialist studies in Cremona in the class of Salvatore Accardo. Jelena also participated in masterclasses with Igor Ozim, Christiane Hutcap, and Liana Isakadze.

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Arthur Hornig

Since the 2011/2012 season, Arthur Hornig has been principal cellist of the Deutsche Oper Berlin Orchestra. In 2018, he also took on this role in the Bayreuth Festival Orchestra under the direction of Christian Thielemann. Hornig received his first cello lessons at the age of five with Prof. Eldar Issakadze. As early as 1997, he was a junior student at the Hochschule für Musik "Hanns Eisler" in Berlin. From 2006, he studied in Prof. Michael Sanderling's cello class at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts. Arthur Hornig has often taken part in the "Jugend musiziert" competition and has always won first prizes. For many years, he was sponsored by the Yehudi Menuhin organization, "Live Music Now". With the string trio "Trio Lieto", he won prizes at the European Chamber Music Competition in Karlsruhe amongst others. He is a member of the multi-award-winning "Trio NeuKlang" which gives concerts at home and abroad. As a soloist, Arthur Hornig has played with many different orchestras. Concert tours as soloist and chamber music partner have taken him through Europe, Japan, and China as well as to Brazil on several occasions.

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Passo Avanti

"Passo Avanti" enters as a novel symbiosis of classical music and jazz. The quartet breathes new life into classics with irrepressible joy of playing and virtuosity, making those classics outrageously modern in their time. The so-called old masters – composers like Bach, Brahms, and Verdi – were all musical avant-gardists, eager to experiment and open to new ideas. What music would they make today? Passo Avanti gives us a hint of this. The quartet thoughtfully translates well-known works into a modern sound language and reshapes them without distorting their original spirit. The pieces shine in a renewed glory. Behind Passo Avanti are excellent musicians: Julia Bassler and Doren Dinglinger, alternately on the violins. Both musicians play in the Munich Radio Orchestra. The composer and creative head of Passo Avanti is Alexander von Hagke (clarinets and flutes). He plays with various stars from classical music to jazz, such as in Martin Grubinger's Percussive Planet Ensemble. Lucas Campara Diniz (from Brazil) has won various international competitions. He plays acoustic and jazz guitar. And the virtuoso on the cello, Eugen Bazijan, always provides fun and joy.

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Anton Saris

After graduating from high school, Dutchman Anton Saris trained as a singer at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. After six years as a lyric baritone, he switched to tenor. In 2001, he made his debut in Antwerp as soloist in Beethoven's 9th Symphony. Saris has worked as a soloist with many well-known orchestras such as: Radio Filharmonisch Orkest, Brabants Orkest, Noord Nederlands Orkest, Bochumer Symphoniker, Oldenburger Staatsorchester, Staatsorchester Halle, Neue Elblandphilharmonie, and opera ensembles such as Opera Comique (Paris), Flemish Opera (Antwerp), Staatsoperette Dresden, Staatsoper Bourgas, Opera Amsterdam, Hoofdstad Operette (Amsterdam), Vaasa Opera, and Opera House Valladolid. He sang Florestan, Rienzi, Kalaf, Eisenstein, Rodolfo, Count Zedlau, Idomeneo, Erik, "Lohengrin" Act 3, and "Die Walküre" Act 1. Arias and recitals have taken him around the globe to Helsinki, Gothenburg, London, Amsterdam, Dresden, and New York City. In recent years, he has increasingly devoted himself to the art of song. In 2016, he became artistic director of the Lieder series "Liedkunst am Weißen Hirsch" in Dresden.

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James Rutherford

The Briton, James Rutherford, was born in Norwich. He first studied theology at Durham University before beginning his studies at the Royal College of Music and the National Opera Studio in London. The baritone has received numerous scholarships and prizes and in 2006, he won the Seattle Opera International Wagner Competition. His engagements have included the English and Welsh National Opera, Opera North, Paris Opéra, Royal Opera Covent Garden, Staatsoper Berlin, Chicago Lyric Opera, and San Francisco Opera. In the concert hall, he appears regularly at major British festivals and with the major English orchestras as well as with the Berlin Philharmonic, the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the SWR Orchestra, and the Bavarian State Opera Orchestra under conductors such as Sir Colin Davis, Sir Mark Elder, Sakari Oramo, Sir Simon Rattle, Donald Runnicles, and Leonard Slatkin. In 2009, he began a close association with Graz Opera. There, he sang his first Hans Sachs ("Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg"), Barak ("Die Frau ohne Schatten"), Germont ("La Traviata"), Iago ("Othello"), and Orest ("Elektra"). In 2010, he made his debut at the Bayreuth Festival as Hans Sachs, singing the same role there the following year.

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Axel Brüggemann

The German music journalist and publicist, Axel Brüggemann, wants to tell stories that move people. He is the author of essays and major interviews, writes numerous books, makes films, and appears as a presenter. After studying history, art history, and musicology in Freiburg, he first worked as a journalist for "Die Welt" and the "Frankfurter Rundschau" amongst others. In 2004, he became chief editor of the "Welt am Sonntag". From 2006 to 2008, he was editor-in-chief of the classical music magazine "crescendo". He is still true to his journalistic home, print journalism, and now writes for "Cicero", "Der Freitag", the "Jüdische Allgemeine", and continues to write for "crescendo". Another focus of his work is narration in documentary films, which he has written and shot for "ZDF", "ARD", "arte", "3sat", "SKY", and other broadcasters. He appears as a presenter on television, of concerts, or in his own talk shows. He developed the concept for the multi-hour live programme "Bayreuth die Show" which he hosted as well. For this, he was nominated for the Grimme Award in 2018. In 2019, he received the Bavarian Television Award in the categories of moderation and writing. Since 2019, Brüggemann has been working as a presenter for "Klassik Radio".

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Peter Rose

English bass Peter Rose received his musical training at the University of East Anglia, the Guildhall School of Music and the National Opera Studio.

After his debut in 1986 as Commendatore in Mozart's Don Giovanni in Hong Kong, his successful career took him to all the world's great opera houses, including Paris, London, Rome, the Deutsche Staatsoper and the Staatsoper Berlin, Dresden, Munich, Salzburg, Vienna, the Metropolitan Opera New York and in 2016 for the first time as Daland at the Bayreuth Festival. The multitude of roles performed by the Austrian Kammersänger covers the entire spectrum of the high art of bass singing. And therefore Peter Rose rightly belongs in the ranks of the world's best deep villains.

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Klanglabor@BrixenClassics

The Klanglabor is a concept for visionary training for young musicians that was brought to life by Daniel Geiss, the musical director of the BrixenClassics, and has been applied in projects all over the world. The core of the concept is that music is communication without words, and therefore many of the most important technical and musical basics can be passed on in the simplest and most effective way through playing. For this reason, Daniel Geiss works on his projects with voice leaders from leading orchestras.

For the Klanglabor@BrixenClassics there will be a first-class collaboration: musicians from the Bavarian Radio (concertmaster Stanko Madic), the Deutsche Oper Berlin (solo cellist Arthur Hornig), the Belgrade Chamber Orcherstra, as well as pianist Julia Okruashvili (Cologne University of Music) will form the "BrixenClassics Festival Orchestra" under the direction of Daniel Geiss together with academy students selected throughout Europe. Together they will develop the extensive musical programme of the festival, which will feature Wagner's "Flying Dutchman" and orchestral concerts as well as numerous chamber music concerts.

Under the motto "Stars and Education", highly talented students can apply to become academists and play side by side on equal terms with the professionals, making music with world-famous singers such as Juan Diego Flórez and Camilla Nylund.

For more information about the sound lab and the opportunity to apply, please visit: www.klanglabor.net

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Daniel Geiss is the artistic director of the Belgrade Chamber Orchestra. He has performed at festivals such as: Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, Mosel Musikfestival, Rheingau Musik Festival, Bristol Proms, Savannah Music Festival, Porto Music Festival, and Tokyo Spring Festival with artists such as Daniel Hope, Sergei Nakarjakow, Sebastian Knauer, Nigel Kennedy, and Lynn Harrell. In 2020, he recorded with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. Daniel Geiss teaches at the Mainz School of Music and is the initiator and artistic director of the Klanglabor concept (www.klanglabor.net).

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Anahí Pérez studied cultural studies in Hildesheim. For many years, she has worked for the Berlin International Film Festival in the location management of the Friedrichstadt-Palast. Other positions have taken her to Konzerthaus Berlin as well as to various chamber music festivals, including the Oxford Chamber Music Festival and the Kammermusikfest Sylt, for which she regularly works as production manager.

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