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Oratory concert

Mendelssohn: Elias – Oratorio for choir, soloists and orchestra

Featuring:
Margareta Klobučar – soprano, Sonja Runje – mezzo-soprano, Bálint Németh – tenor, Matija Meić – bass, Felix Beilein – boy
“Chorus Angelicus” choir of the Cathedral Varaždin, VIA Varaždin Choir, Savaria Symphony Orchestra

Conductor: Anđelko Igrec


Margareta Klobučar

Born and educated in Croatia at prof. Marica Pernar.

Studied at the University of Performing Arts in Vienna at Prof. Donner, Prof. Holl and in Graz at Prof. Bästlein.
At the International Singing Competition in Deutschlandsberg she won 1st prize.
2001-2015 season she was soloist in the Opera Graz where she sang Mozart (Ilia, Susanna, Donna Elvira, Despina, Pamina, Servilla,Erste Dame), Donizetti (Adina, Lucia, Maria Stuarda, Norina), Puccini (Musette, Liu, Mimi), Verdi (Violetta, Gilda, Oscar, Alice Ford), R. Strauss (Zdenka, 5.Magd, Sophie, Zerbinetta) ; Olympia, Lulu, Jenny Hill sowie Operette (Franzi Cagliari, Adele, Rosalinde, Hanna, Marguerite…)

As a guest, she sang in Innsbruck (Jenny Hill), Klagenfurt (Adina and 1. Dame), Zagreb (Violeta and Gilda), Rijeka (Violeta), Skopje (Gilda),Leibach( Violetta), Freiberg(Maria Stuarda), Staatsoper Berlin (Sophie), Hamburg (Zdenka), Leipzig( Despina), Stuttgart (Ilia and Wildschütz), Flensburg(Maria Stuarda),Prague (Adina), Marseille (Sophie ), Nancy (Lulu Suite), Bregenz (The cunning little vixen), Essen (Eurydice), Mörbisch (Franzi Cagliari), Vienna Chamber opera (Madame Siberklang and Euridice), Zürich (Donna Elvira) , Trieste (Lobgesang), Flensburg (Maria Stuarda), Linz (Sophie and Donna Anna), Staatstheater Nürnberg (Violetta).

Sonja Runje

Spannende Engagements warten auf Sonja Runje in der Spielzeit 2018/19, wo Sonja die Calipso in Nicola A. Porporas Oper Polifemo bei den Salzburger Festspielen, Isabella in L’Italiana in Algeri im Schloss Kirchstetten beim Weinviertel Festival, La Badessa in Suor Angelica, Frugola in Il Tabarround Zita in Gianni Schicchi im Mährisch-Schlesischen Nationaltheater in Ostrau und die Partie der Albina in G. Rossinis La Donna del Lago sowohl im Hessischen Staatstheater Wiesbaden als auch in Zagreb,  Iviša in J. Hatzes Adel i Mara, in den Kroatischen Nationaltheatern in Zagreb und Split, singt. Regelmäßig arbeitet Sonja Runje mit dem Zagreber Philharmonischen Orchester, und mit dem Kroatischen Barockensemble zusammen.

Sonja Runje machte ihren Masterabschluss in der Studienrichtung Operngesang an der Musikakademie der Universität Zagreb bei Martina Gojčeta Silić mit Auszeichnung. Momentan arbeitet sie regelmäßig mit Eva Blahova in Bratislava zusammen.
Bereits gesungenes Standardrepertoire der jungen Mezzosopranistin sind Rollen wie Sesto in La clemenza di Tito, Smeraldina, Princess Linette und Princess Nicolette in S. Prokofievs Die Liebe zu den drei Orangen, Sorceress in H. Purcells Dido and Aeneas, Orlofsky in Die Fledermaus, Tolomeo in Georg F. Händels Giulio Cesare in Egitto, Orfeo in Orfeo ed Euridice, Olga in Eugene Onegin, Mércèdes in Carmen und Maddalena in Rigoletto.

Sonja Runje ist eine gefragte Oratorien und Konzertsängerin. Bisherige Auftritte umfassen J. Haydns Nelson-Messe, F. Schuberts Winterreise, J. S. Bachs H-Moll Messe BWV 232, M. Duruflés Requiem, B. Papandopulos Croatian Mass, G. Mahlers Symphony No.2, F. Mendelssohn-Bartoldys A Midsummer Night’s Dream, W. A. Mozarts Requiem und Missa Brevis in B, A. Vivaldis Gloria and Stabat Mater, G. B. Pergolesis Stabat Mater, G. F. Handels Messiah and Dixit Dominus, J. S. Bachs Mass in B minor (BWV 232), und Kantaten Lobet Gott in seinen Reichen (BWV 11) und Süßer Trost, mein Jesu kömmt (BWV 151), C. Saint-Saëns Oratorio de Noël, L. van Beethovens Symphony No. 9.

Bevorstehende Auftritte in der Spielzeit 2019/2020 sind u.a. Partien wie Bradamante in Vivaldis Orlando Furioso in der Salle Seine in Paris sowie in Tchaikovsky Halle Moskau, Tolomeo in Handels Giulio Cesare in Rijeka und Savonlinna, Albina in Rossinis La Donna del Lago in Zagreb und Disinganno in Handels Il trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno in der Opera national de Montpellier.

Németh Bálint

Németh Bálint Nagykanizsán született.

Szülei hatására kezdett el zenélni, akik maguk is amatőr muzsikusok. A zene minden formában fontos szerepet játszik az életében, legyen az hangszeres, ének, vagy akár táncművészet. Hét évesen kezdett el hegedülni tanulni, majd több évig verseny-táncolt, egyaránt latin-amerikai- és standard táncokat is.

Első színpadi tapasztalatait gyermekszínészként, a zalaegerszegi Hevesi Sándor Színházban szerezte, a Muzsika Hangja című darabban. Kezdetben a könnyűzene, a musicalek és az operett vonzotta. Komolyzenei tanulmányait, klasszikus éneket Huszti Bernadett Mária irányítása alatt kezdett tanulni.

Első komolyzenei koncertjére 18 éves korában, Budapesten a Liszt Ferenc Zeneakadémián került sor. Még ebben az évben, fiatal kora ellenére, felvételt nyert a bécsi Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst előadóművész szakára. Tanára Rainer Trost.

Egyetemi tanulmányai alatt is szívesen alkalmazzák kitűnő zenei és színpadi előadó képessége miatt!

Folyamatosan koncertezik, állandó vendégfellépője a keszthelyi Festetics Kastély-koncertjeinek, Magyarország koncerttermeinek kedvelt előadója.

Sikeres operett, ária- és dalesteket ad, ahol megcsillanthatja kellemes, egyedi színű tenor hangját és muzikalitását.
Repertoárjában megtalálhatóak a német dalirodalom remekei, a lírai olasz darabok és a francia szerzők művei is.
Mivel a könnyűzene világától sem szakadt el, szívesen énekel lágy, olasz slágereket is. 2018 januárjában jelent meg első CD-je, LOVE SONGS címmel.

Matija Meić

Matija Meić was born in Zagreb. After graduating from the Blagoje Bersa Conservatory of Music, where he studied with Viktorija Badrov, he began vocal training at the Zagreb Academy of Music with bass-baritone Giorgio Surian. For the past three years, he also has been working with Claudia Visca at the Vienna University of Music and Performing Arts.

In 2010, while still a student, the baritone made his debut as a solo artist with the Croatian National Theatre as Levi in Zajcʼs »Nikola Šubić Zrinski«. In 2011 he performed Escamillo in the Zagreb Academy of Music production of Bizetʼs »Carmen« at Lisinski Concert Hall and reprised the bullfighter with the Croatian National Theatre in Rijeka.

In April 2013 the baritone made his debut as Figaro in Rossiniʼs »Il barbiere di Siviglia« at the Zagreb Opera House, where he also sang the roles of Schaunard in Puccini’s »La bohème« and Belcore in Donizettiʼs »Lʼelisir d’amore«. At this theater, additionally, he covered the title role in Blagoje Bersaʼs »Der Schuster von Delft«. In June 2013 he sang the role of Guglielmo in Mozartʼs »Così fan tutte« at the Dubrovnik Summer Festival. In 2014 he returned to the Zagreb Opera House as Belcore and Figaro and made his role debut as »Don Giovanni« in the Vienna University of Music and Performing Arts production of Mozartʼs eponymous opera at the Schlosstheater Schönbrunn. An engagement as Don Alvaro in Rossiniʼs »Il viaggio a Reims« followed in June 2014 at the Bad Wildbad Bel Canto Festival. 2016 he sang Ping (»Turandot«) at the Bregenzer Festspiele.

On the concert stage, Matija Meić has sung with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra (»Carmina Burana«, Mozartʼs »Requiem« and »Coronation Mass«), the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra (Beethovenʼs Symphony No. 9), the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra (»Matthäuspassion«), the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra (Ravelʼs »Don Quichotte à Dulcinée«), the Zagreb Symphony  Orchestra (»Die Jahreszeiten«, »Messiah«), the Belgrade Philharmonic, and the Zadar Festival Orchestra for »Musical Evenings in St. Donatus«.

In 2007 and 2009, respectively, he won First Prize at two Croatian national competitions, and, subsequently, First Prize and a Special Prize at the 2010 »Bruna Spiler International Singing Competition« in Herceg Novi, Montenegro. In April 2013 the baritone won First Prize and Four Interpretation Prizes at the »Iuventus Canti Competition« in Slovakia, and was awarded »Young Singer of the Year« in Zagrebʼs »Molto Cantabile Competition«. In October of the same year Matija Meić performed at the »Beaumarchais Concours Prizewinners Concerts« held in Vienna at the Mozarthaus and Vienna State Operaʼs Gustav-Mahler-Saal. At the 2014 »Mirjam Helin International Singing Competition« in Helsinki he won Second Prize and a Special Prize for »Performance of a Finnish Song By a Non-Finn«.

He made his debut at the Gärtnerplatztheater in 2015 as Guilelmo. From the season 2016/2017 on he is ensemble member.

Anđelko Igrec

Anđelko Igrec finished his studies of composition, church music and orchestral conducting at the University of Music in Vienna. Among others, his professors were Hans Haselböck, Erwin Ortner, Ivan Eröd, Uroš Lajovic and Johannes Wildner. From 1999 to 2017, he was Varaždin cathedral’s organist, the choirmaster and director of the Varaždin Diocese’s Office for Sacred Music.

As a conductor and compositor, he cooperates with Varaždin and Croatian Chamber Orchestra, the Choir and the Orchestra of Croatian Radiotelevision, Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, Croatian Baroque Ensemble and many other international ensembles. For a number of years, he worked as a professor at the Institute for Church Music in Zagreb and at the Organ Summer School in Šibenik, and he especially stands out with his pedagogical work with church choirmasters and organists in Varaždin Diocese.

A special place in his work takes Varaždin choir Chorus angelicus, with whom he, as a founder and choirmaster, has passed the development path from youth choir, cathedral choir, to the performing group. Now, Chorus Angelicus performs, with a great enthusiasm, the most challenging works of classical music literature like Monteverdi’s Vespro, Bach’s Mass in B-Minor, Händel’s Dixit Dominus, Honegger’s King David and Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms.

Amongst awards he had received for his compositions, some should be pointed out – Josip Štolcer Slavenski Award, Jurica Murai for the organ recital at Varaždin Baroque Evenings and stimulants of Croatian Ministry of Culture – the last one is for the piece Quattro pezzi sacri written and performed in 2017 on the 20th anniversary of Varaždin Diocese.

CDs with his music (Pashalne slike, Kyrie, Psalmi, Može se živjet’ od ljubavi…) won several awards including Croatian discography award Porin.






3200 Ft

Details

Date: October 26.

Time: 19:00-22:00

Cost: 3200 Ft

Event Category:

Website: sso.hu

Organiser

Savaria Symphony Orchestra

Phone: +36 (94) 314 472

Email: info@sso.hu

Website: www.sso.hu

Venue

Bartók Hall

Rakóczi Street 3.
Szombathely, Vas megye 9700 Magyarország

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Phone: +36 94 314472

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