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Goethe Lieder by Beethoven, Zelter, Reichardt, Mozart, and Romance by Szymanowska

Fanie Antonelou, soprano - Sofya Gandilyan, fortepiano 


fortepiano by Johann Gottlieb Fichtel, Vienna?, 1803

fortepiano by Nannette Streicher, Vienna Opus 1117 (?), 1816 


EUR 20 incl. postage

Monteverdi's "Zefiro torna" with the cornet player Jean Tubéry and the Ensemble La Fenice 
Concert film from the Music Salon Weissenbrunn

»Who rides so late through the night and wind?« … This is the first line of one of the most famous German poems. Even 240 years later, it still captures our imagination. Johann Friedrich Reichardt, a composer Goethe rated very highly, created an impressive setting to music of this ballad. Whenever the Erlking appears, even today’s listeners shudder with horror, enhanced by the dramatic talent of Greek soprano, Fanie Antonelou. A touching climax to a concert film which is all about the genius of Goethe.

Recorded in November 2020 in the context of the Artist-in-Residence Programme,
With support from the Schloss Weißenbrunn Foundation in co-operation with CLOSER by culiner creative circle.

"AFFINITIES" - RECORDING of Greek and German art songs - with Fanie Antonelou and Kerstin Mörk
by Bis Records


EUR 20 incl. postage

"Antonelou does vary her vocal color considerably. She pays close aftention to text and mood, singing with a real personality.

Kerstin Mörk is more than an accompanist; she is a true collaborative pianist who delves into the spirit of the music. BIS's recorded sound is very natural and well balanced between singer and piano. Fine program notes by Yannis Samprovalakis, along with complete texts and translations in Greek, Cerman, and English complete a highly recommendable project."

FANFARE May/June 2020

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Upcoming concerts

Richard Strauss, Die Frau ohne Schatten​​​​​​

Opera in three Acts
Libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal

musical direction, Cornelius Meister
director, David Hermann

chorus master, Manuel Pujol
children choir, Bernhard Moncado

Der Kaiser, Benjamin Bruns
Die Kaiserin, Simone Schneider
Die Amme, Evelyn Herlitzius
Der Geisterbote, Michael Nagl
Ein Hüter der Schwelle, Josefin Feiler
Erscheinung eines Jünglings, Kai Kluge
Stimme von oben, Martina Mikelić
Barak, Martin Gantner
Sein Weib, Iréne Theorin
Der Einäugige, Paweł Konik
Der Einarmige, Andrew Bogard
Der Bucklige, Torsten Hofmann
Dienerinnnen/ Kinderstimmen/ Stimmen der Ungeborenen, Alma Ruoqi Sun, Kyriaki Sirlantzi, Fanie Antonelou, Shannon Keegan, Deborah Saffery, Itzeli Jáuregui
State Orchestra Stuttgart, State Opera Choir Stuttgart, Children Choir of the Opera Stuttgart

Premiere on Sunday, 29th October 2023 - 16:00

further shows: 1st, 5th, 11th, (18:00), 26th November 2023

2nd December 2023

Stuttgart Opera House

J.S. Bach, Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben

BWV 147
Celebration of Reformation Day

Fanie Antonelou, soprano

Prelate Marc Witzenbacher

Dean Angela Heidler

Bezirkschor Freiburg

Herdermer Consort

Jens-Martin Ludwig and Lars Schwarze, conductors

Tuesday 31st Oktober 2023 - 19:00 

Ludwigskirche Freiburg

J. Brahms, A German Requiem

Fanie Antonelou, soprano

Thomas Scharr, baritone

Wiblinger Kantorei

Paulus-Choir Stuttgart


conductors: Albrecht Schmid, Sabine Steinmetz

Sunday, 12th November 2023 - 18:00

Pauluskirche Ulm

Saturday, 18th November 2023 - 19:00

Stadtpfarrkirche Stuttgart-Gaisburg

Sunday, 19th November 2023  - 19:00

Pauluskirche Stuttgart

Music at the Stadtkirche Ludwigsburg

Franz Xaver Mozart, Rondo e-moll
Franz Schubert, Dem Unendlichen 
                     Der Hirt auf dem Felsen

Fanie Antonelou, soprano
Heike Nicodemus, historical flute
Fabian Wöhrle, fortepiano and organ

Sunday, 19th November 2023 - 11:00
Stadtkirche Ludwigsburg

Advent Concert

J.S.Bach, Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme
BWV 140
A. Vivaldi, Gloria RV 589
Antonio Lotti, Concerto for Oboe d'amore in A major

Fanie Antonelou, soprano  

Andrea Wahl, alto 

Sebastian Mory, tenor

Jens Paulus, bass

Lina Feilhauer, solo oboe  

Concerto Vocale Göppingen

Göppinger Kantorei

conductor: Cindy Rinck

Sunday 3th December 2023 - 17:00

Stadtkirche Göppingen

A. Corelli: Concerto grosso

op. 6 Nr. 8

J. S. Bach: Christmas Oratorio 

BWV 248 (Cantatas 1, 3 and 6)

Fanie Antonelou, soprano
Margret Hauser, alto
Georg Poplutz, tenor
Gotthold Schwarz, bass

Kammerchor Oberaspach
Baroque Orchestra L’arpa festante
Sebastian Herrmann, conductor

Sunday, 10th December 2023 - 17:00
Ev. Stadtkirche Langenburg

Johann Sebastian Bach,

Christmas Oratorio, Cantatas I-IV

Fanie Antonelou, soprano
Florence Awotula, alto

Robin Neck, tenor
Thomas Scharr, bass
Chamber Choir Murrhardt
Collegium musicum Stuttgart
Gottfried Mayer, conductor

Sunday, 17th December - 17.00
Stadtkirche Murrhardt


Oratorio de Noël Op.12

Fanie Antonelou, soprano

Anne Greiling, mezzo-soprano

Thallia Hellfritsch, alto

Charles Sy, tenor

Thomas Scharr, bass

Nürtinger Kantorei

Camerata Grinio

Hanzo Kim, conductor

2nd Christmas Day 26th December 2023 - 10:15

St. Laurentius Nürtingen

New year's concert

Works by Merula, Monteverdi, Kapsberger, Schütz and Böddecker.

Fanie Antonelou, soprano

Thorsten Bleich, lute

Sunday 14th January 2024

Sülchenkirche- Diözesanmuseum Rottenburg

Dietrich Bonhoeffer​


Texts by and about Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Music by Heinrich Schütz, Hugo Distler and

Johann Sebastian Bach

Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906 - 1945) was a German Lutheran pastor, theologian and anti-Nazi dissident who was a key founding member of the Confessing Church. His writings on Christianity's role in the secular world have become widely influential. His 1937 book "The Cost of Discipleship" is described as a modern classic. Apart from his theological writings, Bonhoeffer was known for his staunch resistance to the Nazi dictatorship, including vocal opposition to Hitler. He was arrested in April 1943 by the Gestapo and imprisoned at Tegel prison for one and a half years. Later, he was transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp.

Bonhoeffer was a burning music lover, he played the piano and loved Bach's music, as well as the early music such Heinrich Schütz's.

Fanie Antonelou, soprano
Mathias Neundorf, violine
Tobias Horn, organ
Rudolf Guckelsberger (SWR), texts and reading
programme concept by KMD Prof. Helmut Wolf


Saturday 27th January 2024  - 19:00 

Michaelskirche Waiblingen

Sunday 28th January 2024 - 17:00

Benzkirche Stuttgart


Greek and German Art Songs

Fanie Antonelou, soprano

Kerstin Mörk, piano

Wednesday 31st January 2024, 19:00

Roncallihaus Göggingen

Saturday 3rd February 2024 - 17:00

Gemeindesaal of the St Paul Church (Stuttgart-West)

Thursday 8th February 2024- 20:30

Megaron, Athens Concert Hall - D. Mitropoulos Hall

Carl Orff, Carmina burana

Fanie Antonelou, soprano

Teru Yoshihara, baritone

Choir of the Schelztor-Gymnasium

Esslinger Vocalensemble

Jens Paulus, conductor

Saturday 24th February 2024

Sunday 25th February 2024  

Das Neue Blarer Esslingen

W. A. Mozart, Requiem in D minor

KV 626

Fanie Antonelou, soprano


Winnender Kantorei

Gerhard Paulus, conductor

Saturday 9th March 2024 - 18:00

Sunday 10th March 2024 - 18:00

Schloßkirche St. Jakobus Winnenden

Concert with the Paulus Orchestra

P. I. Tchaikovsky, Symphony Nr. 5  
Richard Strauss, Orchestral Songs

Fanie Antonelou, soprano

Paulus Orchestra

Frank Kleinheins, conductor

Saturday 16th March 2024 - 19:00

Gaisburg Church Stuttgart

Sunday 17th March 2024 - 19:00

St Paul Church Stuttgart- West

J. S. Bach, St John Passion

BWV 245

Fanie Antonelou, soprano


Kantorei of the Stadtkirche Esslingen

Musica Viva Stuttgart

Uwe Schüssler, conductor

Good Friday 29th March 2024

St. Dionys Church Esslingen

Concert at Easter Monday

Works by Handel and Vivaldi

Fanie Antonelou, soprano

Il capriccio - Ensemble on period instruments 

Easter Monday 1st April 2024

Friedenskirche Ludwigsburg

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