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Markus  Brutscher

Born: August 18th, 1866
Country of origin: Germany
Markus Brutscher was born in Landsberg in Bavaria and raised in Augsburg. He received his initial musical education in the boys choirs of the Regensburger Domspatzen and Augsburger Domsingknaben. He went on to study with Norma Sharp at the Hochschule für Musik "Hanns Eisler" in Berlin, in London with Rudolph Piernay and in Maastricht with Mya Besselink. He works regularly with prominent orchestras, as well as with leading conductors such as Marc Minkowski, Thomas Hengelbrock, Peter Neumann, Roland Wilson, and Teodor Currentzi, among others. Brutscher is at home in repertoire from all epochs, although he is renowned primarily for his early music performances. His recent opera engagements have included Traea’s "Antigona" in Antwerp, Salamanca, and Brussels; Janácek’s "Katja Kabanova"; Mozart’s "Così fan tutte and "Die Zauberflöte" in Stuttgart and Japan; Weill’s "Mahagonny2 in Basel; and Purcell’s "Indian Queen" in Perm and Madrid. He has recorded over 50 CDs, including Vivaldi’s "Vesper", "Zaide" with the Wiener Akademie under Martin Haselböck, Mendelssohn Bartholdy’s "Paulus", and his first solo CD, "Bleibt ihr Engel, bleibt bei mir", with the Le Chardon Baroque ensemble.

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    Edition Musikfabrik
    Interpreter : Brutscher, Markus
    Edition : CD
    Order No. : WER 68632
    €18.50  *

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Markus Brutscher was born in Landsberg in Bavaria and raised in Augsburg. He received his initial musical education in the boys choirs of the Regensburger Domspatzen and Augsburger Domsingknaben. He went on to study with Norma Sharp at the Hochschule für Musik "Hanns Eisler" in Berlin, in London with Rudolph Piernay and in Maastricht with Mya Besselink. He works regularly with prominent orchestras, as well as with leading conductors such as Marc Minkowski, Thomas Hengelbrock, Peter Neumann, Roland Wilson, and Teodor Currentzi, among others. Brutscher is at home in repertoire from all epochs, although he is renowned primarily for his early music performances. His recent opera engagements have included Traea’s "Antigona" in Antwerp, Salamanca, and Brussels; Janácek’s "Katja Kabanova"; Mozart’s "Così fan tutte and "Die Zauberflöte" in Stuttgart and Japan; Weill’s "Mahagonny2 in Basel; and Purcell’s "Indian Queen" in Perm and Madrid. He has recorded over 50 CDs, including Vivaldi’s "Vesper", "Zaide" with the Wiener Akademie under Martin Haselböck, Mendelssohn Bartholdy’s "Paulus", and his first solo CD, "Bleibt ihr Engel, bleibt bei mir", with the Le Chardon Baroque ensemble.
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  1. Sterben

    Sterben

    Edition Musikfabrik
    Interpreter : Brutscher, Markus
    Edition : CD
    Order No. : WER 68632
    €18.50  *

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