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Stockholm to Vienna: Camilla Tilling & Paul Rivinius

20 October 2018, 19:30

Swedish soprano Camilla Tilling is in demand on stages the world over, and is joined tonight by her regular duo partner Paul Rivinius. They present a programme that begins in Vienna, with Mahler, Schoenberg and Korngold, before moving to Sweden for songs by Bo Linde and Wilhelm Stenhammar, and ending in Finland with a group of songs by Sibelius.

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Artist Portrait

Camilla Tilling

Camilla Tilling


A winning combination of clarity of voice and musical versatility has played no small part in sustaining Camilla Tilling’s career at the highest level for the last two decades. This Swedish soprano has consistently appeared on the world’s major opera, concert and recital stages while simultaneously building an impressive discography, of which her most recent releases include Die Schöpfung with Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks under Bernard Haitink and an acclaimed portrait of Gluck & Mozart Arias with Musica ... Read Full Biography
Artist Portrait

Paul Rivinius

Paul Rivinius


Paul Rivinius received his first piano lessons at the age of five. His first teachers were Gustaf Grosch in Munich and Alexander Sellier, Walter Blankenheim and Nerine Barrett at the Saarbrucken College of Music. After leaving school he also studied the horn with Marie-Luise Neunecker at the Frankfurt College of Music and continued his piano studies with Raymund Havenith. In 1994 he joined Gerhard Oppitz’ advanced course at the Munich College of Music where he finished his studies with distinction in 1998. For many years Paul Ri... Read Full Biography

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