The Berlin based soprano Anne Bretschneider studied singing in Berlin and Milan under Karan Armstrong, Ute Trekel-Burckardt and Sonia Turchetta. Biografie Master courses with, among others, Eberhard Buechner, Christine Schaefer, Krisztina Laki, Siegfried Lorenz, Sylvia Geszty, Barbara Bonney and Axel Bauni completed her education.
As an in demand concert soloist, she regularly performs the soprano parts of the great Masses and Oratories in concert halls such as Konzerthaus Berlin, Philharmonie Berlin, Berliner Dom, Potsdamer Nikolaisaal and Laeiszhalle Hamburg.
In the operatic field she sang, among others, the part of Helena in A Summer Night’s Dream by B. Britten and Euridice in Orpheo ed Euridice by Ch. W. Gluck.
Anne Bretschneider was a scholarship holder of the “DOMS” Foundation Zurich. She received the “Tertianum Award for Young Artists”, was a finalist at the International Robert Stolz Song Competition in Hamburg and at the International Paul-Lincke Song Competion in Wittenberge. At the International Jan-Kiepura Song Contest, she won the “BuehnenReif Award for Young Singers”.
In november 2014 appeared a CD with the „Requiem in C“ from Ch. Gounod and the „Messe in D“ op. 86 from A. Dvořák with Anne Bretschneider as a soloist and the Rundfunkchor Berlin. Members of the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin play it under the direction of Risto Joost.
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