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Titelmotiv – 4th NeuSeenLand Music Festival on the Zwenkau floating stage
Saturday
11
Jul 2020
20:30

4th NeuSeenLand Music Festival on the Zwenkau floating stage

Kap Zwenkau

Costs

1st category € 45 2nd category € 40

Discount: trainees, schoolchildren, students, unemployed and severely disabled people from 50% (accompanying person receives free entry).
Children up to and including 16 years have free entry. This only applies when accompanied by a paying adult (max. 3 children).

Tickets

Advance sales at Tourist-Kontor
(Tel .: 034203 435718) and at the Tourist-Information Leipziger Neuseenland & Stadt Markkleeberg
(Tel .: 0341 33796718).

4th NeuSeenLand Music Festival on the Zwenkau floating stage

For the 4th NeuSeenLand Music Festival, the Saxon Wind Philharmonic Orchestra is performing with the program "Berliner Luft" - a musical gathering under the direction of Wolfgang Rögner on the Zwenkau floating stage.

There will be compositions by Paul Lincke, Nico Dostal, Walter Kollo and their evergreens.

MIRJAM NEURURER (soprano) was born in Tyrol. She studied singing at the Vienna Conservatory and at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna and was engaged during her studies at the Leipzig Opera / Musical Comedy, where in recent years she has been a member of the ensemble with a wide repertoire in the genres of opera and operetta and worked out musical. In the current season you can see Mirjam Neururer on stage as Adele ("Die Fledermaus"), Cunigunde ("Candide") or Gretel ("Hansel and Gretel").

The tenor DANIEL SZEILI (tenor), born in Rosenheim, has a broad repertoire that ranges from baroque opera to contemporary works. He is just as successful in opera as in operetta. Daniel Szeili has contributed to several CD recordings, including a live recording of Per Nørgard's “The Divine Tivoli” at the Stadttheater Bern. The singer also showed his great artistic breadth in the radio play musical "Die Marzipanpiraten", published in 2018 and nominated for the "German Record Critics' Award".

INGRID KRAUSS (soprano & moderation) received her training as an opera singer at the music college "Carl Maria von Weber" in Dresden. Guest appearances in the subject of coloratura soprano have led the singer to the Leipzig Opera House, to Gera and Altenburg. From 1981 to 1997 she was engaged at the Metropol Theater in Berlin, where she could be seen in numerous roles with René Kollo.