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P.O. Box 15401, 1001 MK, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Liuqin, Zhongruan (Chinese Lutes)
180 Jian-Kang Rd, Taipei 10586, Taiwan
In his teens, countertenor Christophe Dumaux took part in masterclasses with James Bowman and Noelle Barker. He continued his studies at the Paris Conservatoire. 2002, aged just 22, he made a spectacular professional debut singing Eustazio in Handel’s Rinaldo at the Festival de Radio France, Montpellier. This production, conducted by René Jacobs, was coproduced by the Innsbruck Festival and the Berlin Staatsoper and a disc released by Harmonia Mundi. He is since invited for engagements at major houses and festivals - the Metropolitan New York, Glyndebourne Festival.
Robson has made a unique contribution to the world of concert & opera, and is respected for the energy & commitment of his performances. Early years as a young soloist culminated in his 1981 debut at the English National Opera. He won critical acclaim for his performances at the ENO and other opera houses & festivals worldwide. In 1994 he made his debut with the Bavarian State Opera in Munich, creating a unique artistic niche for himself in 10 productions over 13 years. In 2003 the Bavarian State honoured him with the title Bayerischer Kammersänger.
27 Elm Park Rd, London, N21 2HP
Yafforth Lodge, Yafforth, Northallerton, N Yorks, DL7 0LH, United Kingdom
David Daniels is known for his superlative artistry, magnetic stage presence and a voice of singular warmth and surpassing beauty, which have helped him redefine his voice category for the modern public. The American countertenor has appeared with the world’s major opera companies and on its main concert and recital stages. He made history as the first countertenor to give a solo recital in the main auditorium of Carnegie Hall. The Chicago Tribune has called Daniels “today's gold standard among countertenors.”