To uncharted waters!

Throughout the course of an artist’s life one needs to keep reviewing which tasks meet ideally with the current state of the own development. “Career means nothing but to know the best possible assignment for the time being.” Quoting Mirella Freni, one of Kristiane Kaiser’s great idols. And whatever counts for the singer on stage has enduring influence on the performer of concert and lieder repertory, too. 

So far, the pure lyric soprano-parts were prevailing among her concert commitments, just as the youthful-charming repertory was dominating her choice of lieder. However, meanwhile the doors to the flooding sounds by Richard Strauss, Edvard Grieg or Richard Wagner have been opened. She therefore devotes herself to these three composers in her recital at the Vienna MuTh, the modern concert-hall in the Augarten, on May 29th, 2017. Pianist Jendrik Springer will accompany Kristiane Kaiser unfolding a tapestry of symphonic sound for example in Wagner’s Wesendonck-Lieder

The concert also depicts a signpost for upcoming debuts on opera-stage. The schedule includes her first ever Elisabeth in Tannhäuser at the Cologne Opera still this year. In 2018, her role-debuts as Marietta in Korngold‘s Die tote Stadt and as Catalani’s La Wally will follow. A start-off for new, tempting waters!

Details concerning the Vienna MuTh-Recital