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Doreen Lutz Artists is managing and supporting a select group of internationally renowned singers, building upon many years of experience in artist management.

Each artist has an outstanding profile and is an expert in music from the 20th/21st century and to some extent also in early music. Their curiosity for new works and performances leads to improvisation with jazz elements, innovative projects and programmes, and new compositions being commissioned.

Doreen Lutz Artists focuses on providing tailor-made and strategic support to artists with their individual profiles and the personal exchange with promoting partners.

Please get in touch with us if you are interested in any of the artists we represent. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Sarah Maria Sun showcases her outstanding versatility in Innsbruck, Stuttgart and Dresden

The Soprano is heralding the start of an intense musical spring: Her interpretation of Heinz Holliger’s Dämmerlicht and Mahler’s Symphony No. 4 on 11th/12th April 2019 with the Tiroler Symphonieorchester under the baton of Heinz Holliger in Innsbruck will be followed right away on the 14th April 2019 by a special Lieder recital: at the invitation of the Internationale Hugo-Wolf-Akademie Stuttgart Sarah Maria Sun, accompanied by her like-minded pianist Jan Philip Schulze, will sing songs by John Cage, Wolfgang Rihm, Georges Aperghis, as well as a première by Rolf Riehm. On 26th April 2019 the singer will then interpret the role of Gwen in the German première of Philip Venables’ (1979) 4.48 Psychosis at the Semperoper Dresden.

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Holger Falk to open the Elbphilharmonie Easter Festival with Venice programme, as well as the Eight Bridges Festival in Cologne with Aperghis’ Hamletmaschine

On 17th April 2019, baritone Holger Falk will open the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg’s Easter Festival with the Il Gondoliere Veneziano programme. Together with the baroque ensemble nuovo aspetto and the sound art duo Merzouga, he will perform the première of Gondolier songs of the 18th Century in Venetian sound landscape. On 30th April 2019 the opening of the Eight Bridges Festival / Music for Cologne will take place with Georges Aperghis’ Hamletmaschine in the Kölner Philharmonie. Before that, the piece will be performed at the Muziekgebouw Aan’t IJ in Amsterdam on 25th April 2019.

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Artists

  • Tora Augestad, mezzo-soprano
  • Allison Bell, soprano
  • Fredrika Brillembourg, mezzo-soprano
  • Christina Daletska, mezzo-soprano
  • Rupert Enticknap, countertenor
  • Holger Falk, baritone
  • Daniel Gloger, countertenor
  • Salome Kammer, vocal artist
  • Piia Komsi
    Piia Komsi, soprano
  • Sarah Maria Sun, soprano
  • Sarah Maria Sun showcases her outstanding versatility in Stuttgart, Innsbruck and Dresden

    The Soprano is heralding the start of an intense musical spring: Her interpretation of Heinz Holliger’s Dämmerlicht and Mahler’s Symphony No. 4 on 11th/12th April 2019 with the Tiroler Symphonieorchester under the baton of Heinz Holliger in Innsbruck will be followed right away on the 14th April 2019 by a special Lieder recital: at the invitation of the Internationale Hugo-Wolf-Akademie Stuttgart Sarah Maria Sun, accompanied by her like-minded pianist Jan Philip Schulze, will sing songs by John Cage, Wolfgang Rihm, Georges Aperghis, as well as a première by Rolf Riehm. The Aleph Guitar Quartet will also be performing in the concert at the Hospitalhof Stuttgart with Bernhard Lang’s Cold Trip Pt. I.

    On 26th April 2019 the singer will then interpret the role of Gwen in the German première of Philip Venables’ (1979) 4.48 Psychosis at the Semperoper Dresden. The Opera refers to Sarah Kane’s eponymous theatre piece and was premièred at the Royal Opera House/Lyric Hammersmith in London in 2016, and was also celebrated at the PrototypeFestival in NYC at the beginning of this year. Philip Venables has now developed a German version based on the translation by the Dresden poet and essayist Durs Grünbein. Additional dates include: 29th April 2019, 3rd/4th/6th/8th/10th May 2019. Max Renne is in charge of musical direction and it will be directed by Tobias Heyder.

    (published on 4 April 2019)

  • Holger Falk to open the Elbphilharmonie Easter Festival with Venice programme, as well as the Eight Bridges Festival in Cologne with Aperghis’ Hamletmaschine

    On 17th April 2019, baritone Holger Falk will open the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg’s Easter Festival with the Il Gondoliere Veneziano programme. Together with the baroque ensemble nuovo aspetto and the sound art duo Merzouga, he will perform the première of Gondolier songs of the 18th Century in Venetian sound landscape. Electro-acoustic sounds of the lagoon city will be combined with the baroque hits, compiled by the British publisher John Walsh.

    On 30th April 2019 the opening of the Eight Bridges Festival / Music for Cologne will take place with Georges Aperghis’ Hamletmaschine in the Kölner Philharmonie. Before that, the piece will be performed at the Muziekgebouw Aan’t IJ in Amsterdam on 25th April 2019. The extraordinary oratorio refers to Heiner Müller’s play of the same name and will be performed by renowned specialists: Asko|Schönberg, Bas Wiegers (conductor), SWR Vokalensemble, Sarah Aristidou (soprano), Romain Bischoff (baritone), Christian Dierstein (percussion), Holger Falk (baritone), Genevieve Strosser (viola).

    (published on 26 March 2019)