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    Mag. Johann Fromhund

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    IBAN: AT30 4715 0403 8642 0000

    'European Mass Project Venice 2023'

    Cancellation policy:

    until 31.3.2023 a full refund (except for a processing fee of 10%)

    until 1.5.2022 a 50% refund, after that no refund (if possible find a substitute participant)

    Should a cancellation of the course be necessary due to the Corona situation, the course fee will be fully refunded except for a processing fee (10%)

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    Theresa Hemedinger - Sopran

    Born and raised in Klagenfurt. Studied music education, instrumental music education and instrumental and vocal pedagogy for piano and classical singing at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, graduating with distinction. She has been teaching at Viennese secondary schools since 2001 and has many years of stage and concert experience as a singer and soprano soloist: participation in various Austrian choirs and ensembles, in numerous CD and radio recordings. Concerts at home and abroad (e.g. Minneapolis, Oslo, Madrid). As a soprano soloist she has worked with well-known conductors such as Adam Fischer, Johannes Kalitzke and Peter Keuschnig. Engagements at the Carinthian Summer, the Salzburg Festival, the Haydn Festival Eisenstadt, Klangbogen Wien, the Vienna Festival Weeks, Wien Modern and Neue Oper Wien. Composer and arranger mainly in the choral and ensemble field, predominantly a cappella, commissions and requests from numerous directors and responsible persons. Co-founder and artistic director of the vocal ensemble "Alxingers", awarded gold diploma at the vokal.total competition in Graz 2012. Recording director for several CD and radio recordings.

    Bernhard Jaretz - Alt

    Born in Vienna in 1991, first artistic experiences on piano and singing in the school choir; studies of vocal pedagogy, music pedagogy and choral conducting at the University of Music and Performing Arts; mainly active as conductor and choral director (choral director of the New Opera Vienna, artistic director of the Vienna Lakeside Music Academy, artistic director of the Choir School at St. Stephen's Cathedral) and composer (WITHOUT AUGUST - the world's first a cappella opera). Active as a music educator in the field of school education and as a media creator in the field of education (printed publications, educational channels on Youtube); as a singer, rich experience in the mass and oratorio repertoire;

    Bernd Hemedinger - Tenor

    Bernd Hemedinger studied music education (voice: Eva Bartfai) at the Vienna University of Music and vocal pedagogy with Martin Klietmann at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz. His many years of participation in ensembles of various styles (from medieval music to pop) show his versatility, which is also expressed in recordings of numerous CDs. As a tenor soloist he regularly appears in passions, Bach cantatas and masses. Performances of the Holy Mass by J. Haydn in the Haydn Hall in Eisenstadt under the direction of Adam Fischer, the Schubert Mass in E-flat major in the great hall of the Vienna Musikverein, the Misa Criolla at the Lizst Festival in Raiding, Haydn's Nelson Mass with the Concentus Musicus as part of the Nikolaus Harnoncourt Days, Bernstein's Mass at the Vienna Konzerthaus under Kristian Järvi as well as the participation as evangelist in the world premiere of the cantata "Cactus Tragicus" by Peter Planyavsky under the baton of the composer offer a small insight into his diverse artistic work.

    Paul Wiborny - Bass

    Paul Wiborny began his musical training at a young age with the Altenburg Boys' Choir, where he acquired a foundation as a singer and sang countless concerts as an alto and later as a bass soloist on national and international stages (including Israel, Japan,Italy, Hungary). Later he studied singing at the University of Music and Performing Arts and at the Josef Matthias Hauer Conservatory. In addition to his work as an opera and concert singer, Wiborny also devotes himself to acting. In plays such as "Zu Dir Zu Gehen", "Prometheus, gefesselt", "Die Zauberflöte", "La Bohème", "Rusalka", "Cenerentola", he performed at the Neue Oper Wien, at the Stadttheater Klagenfurt , at the Haydn Festival Eisenstadt, the Länderbühne Vienna, the Pasinger Fabrik in Munich, the Ateliertheater , the brick5 Vienna roles such as Papageno, Colline, Schaunard, Vodnik, Agamemnon, Alidoro, Prometheus, Leutnant Gustl and many more.