Anna Reinhold again proves her extraordinary capacity to take on a vast range of different styles and periods of music in several concerts over a few days at the prestigious Musicales de Colmar chamber music festival directed by Marc Coppey. Judge for yourself: on 25th May at 8.30 pm in the Musée Unterlinden she sings de Falla's Siete Canciones populares españolas, on 26th May at 8.30 pm in the Eglise Saint Matthieu A Dio Roma by Monteverdi followed by Wagner's extraordinary Wesendonck Lieder. On the 27th May at 5 pm in the Théâtre Municipal she performs Liszt's Die Lorelei and extracts from Berlioz's Nuits d’été, followed a concert at 8.30 in the Eglise Saint Matthieu when she sings extracts from Lully's Armide. Finally on 28th May at 11 am in the Théâtre Municipal, Anna sings Haydn's secular cantata Ariane à Naxos and at 3 pm in the Eglise Sainte Anne de Turckheim Les Chansons madécasse de Ravel. Takes some doing.
Events · Anna Reinhold, Musicales de Colmar