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!
A new face at Doreen Lutz Artists: Sara Hershkowitz (coloratura soprano)
We are delighted to welcome American coloratura soprano Sara Hershkowitz and look forward to collaborating with her. She was recently nominated Singer of the Year for the third time by the Opernwelt magazine for her outstanding interpretation of Soprano 1 in Luigi Nono’s Al Gran Sole Carico D’Amore at the Theater Basel, under the musical direction of the Conductor of the Year 2020, Titus Engel. Sara Hershkowitz made a strong impression as Claire in Michael Wertmüller’s world première Diodati. Unendlich in early 2019 at the Theater Basel: Sara Hershkowitz as Claire shines as a virtuoso modern coloratura, rising to stratospheric heights in a spectacularly celebrated drum solo on stage according to enthusiastic reports by the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
Holger Falk with Schönberg’s Ode to Napoleon in concerts in Hildesheim and Hanover
Baritone Holger Falk devotes himself for the first time to the interpretation of Arnold Schönberg’s Ode to Napoleon (1942), together with the Flex Ensemble. The concerts are set to take place on 13 November 2020 in the Hildesheim Cathedral Museum and on the 17 November 2020 in the Großen Sendesaal, NDR Hanover. The “Ode to Napoleon” is Arnold Schönberg’s “in tyrannos”. Lord Byron’s vilifying poem on the ousted tyrant, which forms the basis of the work, reaches beyond the matter at hand to become a fiery indictment of any type of despotism. Holger Falk was previously involved in Michael Wertmüller’s Diodati. Unendlich dedicating himself to the role of Lord Byron, and was nominated as “Singer of the Year” for his performance.