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Mastercourse Day Two

25 October 2016, 10:00 - 17:30


Lead tutor: Wolfgang Holzmair

Today starts with a presentation on the poetry of Heinrich Heine, given by Richard Stokes, exploring a small number of poems in great detail before working with the students over the course of the day. A particularly fascinating mastercourse session for members of the public.

Richard Stokes

Britten Room, Headington School

1000 Talk: Heinrich Heine

1130 Sheva Tehoval (soprano) & Juliette Sabbah

1200 Oddur Jónsson (baritone) & Somi Kim

1230 Felix Kemp (baritone) & Timothy End

1300 Concert & lunch break

1430 Eirik Grøtvedt (tenor) & Eirik Haug Stømner

1500 Felicity Turner (mezzo) & Natalie Burch

1530 Michael Roemer (baritone) & Daniel Overly

1615 Harriet Burns (soprano) & Ian Tindale

1645 Lauren Lodge-Campbell (soprano) & Florent Mourier

1715 João Terleira (tenor) & Joana Resende

Wolfgang Holzmair

Purcell Room, Headington School

1130 Michael Roemer (baritone) & Daniel Overly

1200 Harriet Burns (soprano) & Ian Tindale

1230 Lauren Lodge-Campbell (soprano) & Florent Mourier

1300 Concert & lunch break

1430 João Terleira (tenor) & Joana Resende

1500 Sheva Tehoval (soprano) & Juliette Sabbah

1530 Felix Kemp (baritone) & Timothy End

1615 Oddur Jónsson (baritone) & Somi Kim

1645 Eirik Grøtvedt (tenor) & Eirik Haug Stømner

1715 Felicity Turner (mezzo) & Natalie Burch

Artist Portrait

Wolfgang Holzmair

Wolfgang Holzmair


Wolfgang Holzmair was born in Vöcklabruck, Austria, and studied at the Vienna Academy of Music and Dramatic Art with Hilde Rössel-Majdan (voice) and Erik Werba (lied). He has performed in recital throughout the world with regular appearances in London, Vienna, Lisbon, Amsterdam, New York, Washington, at the Risör Festival (Norway), BathMozart Festival and Oxford Lieder Festival (UK), Menuhin Festival (Switzerland), Bregenz Festival and Carinthian Summer Festival (Austria). Alongside his outstanding artistic relationship with... Read Full Biography

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