Thursday, 19 October
Kolarac Hall at 8 PM
NURIA RIAL, soprano
Lorenzo Palomo - 5 Sephardic songs;
Enrique Granados - Old Style Tonadillas;
Agustin Barrios - La catedral (guitar solo)
Manuel de Falla - 7 Spanish Folksongs
In co-operation with PICE - Acción Cultural Española
Ticket prices: 900, 1200

nuriaNuria Rial‘s musical education began in Catalonia, where she studied piano and received the Honour Prize in singing. After that she continued her studies at the Music Academy in Basel with Prof. Kurt Widmer, being awarded with the advanced Diploma in singing. During this time, she received prizes from the Helvetia Patria Jeunesse foundation and from the Pro Europa- European Foundation for Culture. She has appeared as a soloist with a number of the leading ensembles and orchestras in Europe, including Kammerorchester Basel, Il Giardino Armonico, Concerto Köln, Seville Baroque Orchestra, Hungarian Symphony Orchestra, Zürich Chamber Orchestra, and Les Musiciens du Louvre and with conductors, including Rene Jacobs, Giovanni Antonini, Paul Goodwin, Lawrence Cummings, Pierre Cao or Howard Griffiths, among others. As well concerts in major festivals across Europe, performances have taken her as far as Bolivia, Mexico, Cuba and Israel. Her work in the field of opera has lead to productions at some of the leading Opera-Houses in Europe, including La Monnaie (Brussels) Staatsoper unter den Linden in Berlin, Théâtre des Champs Élysées in Paris and recently the role of Pamina in Mozart‘s Magic Flute at the Theatre Carlo Felice in Genoa. Her extensive discography includes recordings with Harmonia Mundi France, Deutsche Harmonia Mundi-SonyBMG, Virgin, OEHMS Classics, Mirare, Alpha, ORF Austrian Radio, and Glossa Music.
In 2009, Rial won the ECHO Klassik Award for Young Female Artist of the Year. In 2012 she won the award for the Opera Recording of the Year, arias by Georg Philipp Telemann accompanied by the Kammerorchester Basel.

edin karamazovEdin Karamazov was born in 1965 in Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina. A protégé of Sergiu Celibidache, he began his musical career as a classical guitarist before taking up the Baroque lute, which he studied with Hopkinson Smith at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Basle, Switzerland.
Karamazov made his solo debut as a lutenist in 1998, stepping in at the last minute for the legendary Julian Bream. Since then he has established himself as today’s most exciting and charismatic player of the lute. His thrilling virtuoso performances on the lute and guitar, with a repertoire that ranges from 16th-century classics to the music of today, have garnered rave reviews and unprecedented critical acclaim in Europe and America. As a soloist he has performed and recorded with leading international early music ensembles and artists including the Hilliard Ensemble, Hespèrion XX, Andreas Scholl as well as Sting. A consummate interpreter and master technician on numerous early and contemporary stringed instruments, outstanding recital artist Edin Karamazov has appeared at numerous major venues, including the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, London’s Wigmore Hall, Berlin’s Philharmonie, and Vienna’s Konzerthaus, among many others.
The highly successful album Songs from the Labyrinth with Sting, released on Deutsche Grammophon, has not only made him a household name far beyond the confines of the early-music world but also launched a new “lute renaissance” for the 21st century. His latest recording for Decca has been released to great acclaim: The Lute is a Song comprises solo works by J. S. Bach, Leo Brouwer, Zamboni and Domeniconi as well as arias by Handel with Andreas Scholl, Purcell with Renée Fleming, a traditional Macedonian song with Macedonian singer and songwriter Kaliopi, and a work by and with Sting.

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