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10 Years JL Artist Management

We are looking forward to celebrating our anniversary season with you!

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NEW ARTISTS  Season 2019/2020:
Soprano Jacqueline Bruce, Countertenor Zvi Emanuel-Marial, Tenor Henning Jendritza, Bass-Baritone Ricardo Llamas Márquez and Bass Marcel Raschke.


MARCEL RASCHKE sings on 3./4. December 2019 in Bach’s Christmas Oratorio in Berlin, 14./15. in Saint Saens „Oratorio de Noel“ also in Berlin and on 22 December 2019 in Bach’s Christmas Oratorio in Göttingen.


SOPHIE KLUSSMANN sings on 14./15. December 2019 with the ‚Akademie für Alte Musik (AKAMUS) a Christmas concert with works by G.F.Händel, C.Ph.E.Bach and W.A.Mozart.


JOSEFINE GÖHMANN sings on December 15, 2019 with pianist Mario Häring, winner of the Leeds International Piano Competition 2018, and the girls‘ choir of the Sing-Akademie in Berlin under the direction of Friederike Stahmer at Villa Elisabeth a program of Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata on Debussy’s „Clair de Lune „And“ Trois Chansons de Bilitis „to Benjamin Britten’s Christmas“ A Ceremony of Carols „.

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ROMAN POBOINYI again sings the role of Tamino in the Magic Flute at the Staatstheater Ausgburg and celebrates its premiere on December 7, 2019 with „The Merry Wives of Windsor“, where he plays the role of Camille de Rosillon.


ZVI EMANUEL-MARIAL sings in December the role of Tamasse in Johann Christian Bach’s „Zanaida“ at the Staatstheater Mainz.


 VIKTOR RUD sings again the role of Bello in „La fanciulla del West“ at the Leipzig Opera on December 14, 2019.

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HENNING JENDRITZA sings on December 7, 2019 Schubert’s „Mass in A flat major D 678“ in Herkulessaal Munich, on 8 December 2019 Bach’s „Christmas Oratorio“ in Mönchengladbach, on December 14, 2019 Handel’s „Messiah“ with the Consortium Musicum Sacra Cologne, on 15. December 2019 Bach’s „Christmas Oratorio“ in Bonn and on December 22, 2019 in Cologne.