Miriam Feuersinger

Biography

Born: 1978
Country: Austria Period: 20th/21st Centuries
Austrian soprano Miriam Feuersinger discovered her love of singing as a child and entered the music school in her hometown of Bregenz. She then moved on to the Conservatory and the Basel Music Academy in the class of Professor Kurt Widmer, where she graduated with distinction.

Her love of baroque music grew with the Passions of J.S. Bach, followed by a busy international concert schedule. She is noted for the 2014 series "Bach cantatas in Vorarlberg" with cellist Thomas Platzgummer. She has also explored the broad spectrum of spiritual music from the baroque to late romanticism in art song.

She has specialized in the soprano cantatas by Christoph Graupner and was awarded the "Prize of the German Record Critics 2/2014", the "ECHO Klassik award of 2014" and the "Prix plus award of 2015."

Feuersinger has performed with renowned musicians including Rudolf Lutz, Ton Koopman, Vazlav Luks, Peter Kooij, Jörg-Andreas Boetticher and Laurent Gendre, and with well-known baroque ensembles including the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, La Cetra, Les Cornets Noirs, Capricornus Consort Basel, L'Arpa festante, Il Concerto Viennese, Concerto Stella matutina and Capriccio Basel.
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