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

Fanie Antonelou, soprano - Sofya Gandilyan, fortepiano 

Instruments: 

fortepiano by Johann Gottlieb Fichtel, Vienna?, 1803

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

COVIELLO 2024

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

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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

​​​​70 years Munich Bach-Choir

*****

Johann Sebastian Bach,

Mass in B minor

BWV 232 

Fanie Antonelou, soprano

William Shelton, altus
Daniel Johannsen, tenor
Sebastian Myrus, baritone

Munich Bach-Choir 
Munich Bach-Orchestra 
Johanna Soller, conductor 

Sunday 16th June 2024 - 8 pm

Residenz- Herkulessaal Munich

Il prete rosso e la badessa

Antonio Vivaldi - Isabella Leonarda

Vocal and instrumental works by Antonio Vivaldi (1678–1741) and Isabella Leonarda (1620–1704)

Fanie Antonelou, soprano

Capella Principale on period instruments

Mateo Murillo, baroque cello

Thorsten Bleich, lute/theorbo

Saturday, 22nd June 2024 - 19:00

Diözesan Museum Rottenburg

Ch. Gounod, Messe solennelle

en l’honneur de Sainte-Cécile

Gabriel Fauré - Cantique de Racine


Fanie Antonelou, soprano
Charles Sy, tenor
Thomas Scharr, bass
Nürtinger Kantorei
Camerata Grinio

Hanzo Kim, conductor

Sunday, 14th July 2024 - 17:00

St. Laurentius Nürtingen

"Freedom" - Masterpieces of the baroque

vocal- und instrumental works by M. Uccellini,  H. Biber,
I. Leonarda, T. Merula, J. Chr. Bach, B. Strozzi, A. Vivaldi, E. de la Guerre, and G. Fr. Händel 

Fanie Antonelou, soprano

Christine Busch & Isabelle Farr, baroque violins

Anderson Fiorelli, baroque cello 

Andrea Baur, lute /theorbo

Veronika Braß, harpschord / chamber organ 

Sunday 28th July 2024 - 5 pm

Lorch Monastery 

(international Festival for music Schwäbisch Gmünd)

The Rape of Lucretia

Shakespeare and the Music of his time

Tassos Karahalios, choreography

Fanie Antonelou, soprano

Lenia Safiropoulou, mezzo

Fani Vovoni & Zoi Pouri, baroque violins

Athanassia Teliou, gamba/baroque cello

Ensemble Ex silentio

30th & 31st August 2024

Heraklion Archaeological Mueum /Crete

Goethe-Lieder

Goethe songs by Ludwig van Beethoven, Carl Friedrich Zelter, Johann Friedrich Reichardt, W. Amadeus Mozart and Maria Szymanowska

Fanie Antonelou, soprano

Sofya Gandilyan, fortepiano

15th September 2024 - 17:00 

Schloss Bad Krozingen

"Schloßkonzerte - Festliche Tage Alter Musik"

Mozart en Italie

Vocal virtuosity and concertos for organ

Le Parlement de Musique

Fanie Antonelou, soprano

Martin Gester, Silbermann Organ

Stéphanie Pfister & Clothilde Sors, baroque violins

Shuko Sugama, violone

Saturday, 21st September 2024 - 20:00

Église Saint Grégoire, Ribeauvillé /France

Felix Mendelsohn Bartholdy 

Psalm settings for Choir and Orchestra
- 30 years Stuttgarter Kantorei

Kyrie MWV A 3
Der 95. Psalm "Kommt, lasst uns anbeten " MWV A 16
Anthem "Why, O Lord, delay for ever"

("Hymne") MWV A 19
Der 42. Psalm "Wie der Hirsch schreit" MWV A 15

 

Karola Sophia Schmid/ Fanie Antonelou, soprano
Seda Amir-Karayan, alto
Manuel Günther, tenor
Stuttgarter Kantorei
Stiftsphilharmonie Stuttgart
Kay Johannsen, conductor

Friday, 11th October 2024 - 19:00

Stiftskirche Stuttgart

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy

Paulus

Fanie Antonelou, soprano

Jasmin Hofmann, alto

Andreas Post, tenor

Krešimir Stražanac, baritone

Besigheimer Kantorei

and youth kantorei

Sinfonia 02 Stuttgart

Tobias Horn, conductor

Sunday 13th October 2024 - 19:00

Stadtkirche Besigheim

Georg Friedrich Händel
Messiah 

Oratorio for Soli, Choir and Orchestra
 

Fanie Antonelou, soprano
Christian Zimmermann, altus
Moritz Kallenberg, tenor 
Krešimir Stražanac, bass


Philharmonia Choir Stuttgart
Stuttgarter Kammerorchester
conductor, Johannes Knecht

Sunday 27th October 2024 - 19:00

Liederhalle Stuttgart/ Beethoven Hall

J. S. Bach, Wohl dem, der sich auf seinen Gott - BWV 139

Celebration of Reformation Day | St. Thomas Church Leipzig

THOMANERCHOR Leipzig

Fanie Antonelou, soprano

Klaudia Zeiner, alto

Remy Burnens, tenor

Raimund Nolte, bass

Thomasorganist, Johannes Lang

Thomaskantor Andreas Reize, conductor

Thursday 31st October 2024 - 9:30

St.Thomas Church Leipzig

Saturday 2nd November 2024 - 15:00

St. Thomas Church Leipzig - "MOTETTE in the St. Thomas Church"

Felix Mendelssohn, Elias 

Oratorio after the Old Testament


Fanie Antonelou, soprano
Marion Eckstein, alto
Andreas Weller, tenor
Thomas Laske, bass

Michaelskantorei Waiblingen & Waiblinger Jugendkantorei 
Collegium Instrumentale
KMD Immanuel Rößler, conductor

Saturday 23rd November 2024 - 17:00

St. Michael Church Waiblingen

Sunday 24th November 2024 -17.00

St. Michael Church Waiblingen

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