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Doreen Lutz Artists is managing and supporting a select group of internationally renowned artists, 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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Fredrika Brillembourg as a guest of the Bregenz Festspiele summer festival with a new production of SIBIRIEN

On 21 July 2022, the SIBIEREN production by Umberto Giordano will be celebrating its première at the Bregenzer Festspiele festival in the Festspielhaus Bregenz. Mezzo-soprano Fredrika Brillembourg sings the part of Nikona, and is this year returning to the Festspiele Festival at Lake Constance. She has already appeared on the Seebühne as Contessa di Coigny and Madelon in the more widely-renowned opera Andrea Chénier by Umberto Giordiano.

Further performance dates: 24 July 2022 and 1 August 2022.

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Kate Howden: Oliver Knussen’s Where the Wild Things are with the Bamberg Symphony

On 1/2 July 2022, mezzo soprano Kate Howden will be giving her début with the Bamberg Symphony in the fantasy opera Where the Wild Things are by Oliver Knussen at the Konzerthalle Bamberg. The family-friendly concerts will be conducted by the winner of the 2020 Gustav Mahler Conducting Competition, Finnegan Downie Dear, and the Shadwell Opera Ensemble will play and sing. The rousing musical theatre production has already had its successful première in Great Britain, and is now set to receive its première in Germany.

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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
  • Sara Hershkowitz, soprano
  • Kate Howden, mezzo-soprano
  • Sofia Jernberg, vocal artist
  • Salome Kammer, vocal artist
  • Vanessa Porter, percussion
  • Eva Resch, soprano
  • Sarah Maria Sun, soprano
  • The Present, vocal ensemble
  • Fredrika Brillembourg as a guest of the Bregenz Festspiele summer festival with a new production of SIBIRIEN

    On 21 July 2022, the SIBIEREN production by Umberto Giordano will be celebrating its première at the Bregenzer Festspiele festival in the Festspielhaus Bregenz. Mezzo-soprano Fredrika Brillembourg sings the part of Nikona, and is this year returning to the Festspiele Festival at Lake Constance. She has already appeared on the Seebühne as Contessa di Coigny and Madelon in the more widely-renowned opera Andrea Chénier by Umberto Giordiano.

    Further performance dates: 24 July 2022 and 1 August 2022.

    The Vienna Symphony Orchestra will perform under the baton of Valentin Uryupin, while Vasily Barkhatov will direct. Soloist singers on the stage include: Ambur Braid (Stephana), Scott Hendricks (Gleby), Manuel Günther (Ivan | The Cossack), Alexander Mikhailov (Vassili), Omer Kobiljak (Count Alexis).

    (published on 29 June 2022)

  • Kate Howden: Oliver Knussen’s Where the Wild Things are with the Bamberg Symphony

    On 1/2 July 2022, mezzo soprano Kate Howden will be giving her début with the Bamberg Symphony in the fantasy opera Where the Wild Things are by Oliver Knussen at the Konzerthalle Bamberg. The family-friendly concerts will be conducted by the winner of the 2020 Gustav Mahler Conducting Competition, Finnegan Downie Dear, and the Shadwell Opera Ensemble will play and sing. The rousing musical theatre production has already had its successful première in Great Britain, and is now set to receive its première in Germany.

    Kate Howden is one of the first participants in Barbara Hannigan’s Equilibrium Artists Mentorship Scheme. Most recently, she interpreted Oliver Knussen’s Where the Wild Things Are at the Mariinsky Concert Hall St. Petersburg and the main role in Stephen Dodgson’s Margaret Catchpole at the Snape Maltings Concert Hall (Naxos CD release in 2021).

    (published on 15 June 2022)