KEREN MOTSERI | SOPRANO
The Israeli soprano Keren Motseri first studied cello and completed a B.Sc. in biology summa cum laude, before graduating with a Masters degree from the Dutch National Opera Academy. Keren has since established herself as a versatile and highly sought after soprano, with repertoire ranging from the Renaissance to the 21st century in both concert and opera.
This season’s highlights include 'Beyond the Score : A Portrait of Pierre Boulez' at the Holland Festival, with the Asko|Schönberg conducted by Etienne Siebens; Michel van der Aa’s ‘Here [in circles]’ with the New European Ensemble; a concert and CD recording of ‘Passion’ by Pascal Dusapin with Ensemble Modern under Franck Ollu; the world premiere of the complete Pessoa Cycle by Jan van de Putte with Asko|Schoenberg under Reinbert de Leeuw, in the Zaterdag Matinee at Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw; a tour in Sweden with Oliver Knussen’s ‘Hums and Songs of Winnie-the-Pooh’ with ensemble Norrbotten NEO under Christian Karlsen, and Bach’s St. Matthew Passion conducted by Joshua Rifkin in the first International Bach in Jerusalem Festival.
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Keren Motseri ... was the vocal star of the evening
La Vie Parisienne, Offenbach, Trouw
How breathtakingly beautifully, and how slowly also, soprano Keren Motseri died as Euridice
Orfeo by Rossi, Utrechts Nieuwsblad
The sopranos Nicola Wemyss as Orfeo and Keren Motseri as Euridice were outright top notch protagonists. Not only were their voices brilliant, they were perfectly cast. Motseri with her bright light soprano was the perfect innocent Euridice […] Euridice’s lament, when she realizes she will die without Orfeo at her side, is very touching
Orfeo by Rossi, Eindhovens Dagblad
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Andrew Logan | Director
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