''With dramatic phatos'' - Alexander Walther (Review)
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September 01, 2019

''With dramatic phatos'' - Alexander Walther (Review)

The outstanding bass-baritone Mikhail Timoshenko from Russia and Bulgarian pianist Elitsa Desseva were the winners of the competition. These two exceptional artists harmonised together in a real duo. Melodic richness triumphed in Franz Schubert's "Auf dem See" D 543, "An den Mond" D 193 and "Im Frühling" D 882. Sharp rhythm and powerful vocals complemented each other. Hugo Wolf's "Harfenspieler I" and "Der Rattenfänger" as well as "Zur Warnung" were even stronger with regard to the dynamic increases and the great vocal volume. The passionate emphasis of the performance tore the audience. (DE)

NEW CD - Aimer à loisir LIVE
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December 04, 2021

NEW CD - Aimer à loisir LIVE

In partnership with the Musée d’Orsay, Royaumont Abbey welcomes duos of young singers and pianists who have come to study art song and Lied. In this very unusual year...

''With dramatic phatos'' - Alexander Walther (Review)
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September 01, 2019

''With dramatic phatos'' - Alexander Walther (Review)

The outstanding bass-baritone Mikhail Timoshenko from Russia and Bulgarian pianist Elitsa Desseva were the winners of the competition. These two exceptional artists harmonised together in a real duo...

''Life in a Song'' - LISZT Magazin Special Edition
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January 17, 2020

''Life in a Song'' - LISZT Magazin Special Edition

Bass baritone Mikhail Timoshenko and pianist Elitsa Desseva set as a duo standards on the international stage...