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A HANDFUL OF STARDUST Gudrun Sidonie Otto, soprano and Andreas Liebig, organ play inspired by the Northern Lights of Scandinavia and the Queen of Heaven Maria. Church. CHF 25th box office 4:00 pm

Evang.-ref. Village Church of San Lurench

Avant Baselgia 80, 7554 Sent


19.06.2022 at 17:00 o'clock
Price CHF 25.00
Ort Evang.-ref. Village Church of San Lurench

The soprano GUDRUN SIDONIE OTTO has recently thrilled with her "light-feminine noble trimbe" (FonoForum 9/10), and "her fresh and at the same time warm soprano" (Opernglas 2009) with highly acclaimed concerts with Bach's St. John Passion and Haydn's Seasons in Basel Minster, Honegger's Roi David with the Basel Bach Choir (The BAZ titled "Queen David"), in The Hague, at the Bach Festivals in Leipzig, Stuttgart, Schaffhausen and Lausanne, in Hong Kong, Istanbul, Ankara, at the Sydney Festival, in Antwerp, Bruges, Brussels, Granada, Sofia and on an extensive Tour of Latin America. She studied at the HfM Franz Liszt in Weimar with M. Hoff and continued her education with Klesie Kelly, Riccarda Merbeth, Renate Biskub, Mira Zakai and Stefan Haselhoff, among others. In 2007 she won the 1st prize at the international singing competition Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg. Until 2006/7 permanent engagement at the Landesbühnen Sachsen. Guest performances: Komische Oper Berlin, Staatsoper Hannover, Staatstheater Nürnberg, Theater Würzburg, Gärtnerplatztheater München, Theatre de Picardie/France, Grand Opera Luxembourg, Opéra National du Rhin Strasbourg and at many renowned festivals in Germany and abroad under conductors such as N. Marriner, R. Gritton, H. Rilling, Th. Hengelbrock, E. zu Guttenberg, P. Gülke and L. Güttler. In addition to numerous CD, radio and television recordings, especially in the field of early music, much acclaimed solo CDs with Mendelssohn songs and cantatas by Telemann. Since 2020, she has also been working as pastor of the Reformed parish of Binningen-Bottmingen.


ANDREAS LIEBIG (born 1962 in Gütersloh/Westphalia) has been Münster organist in Basel since 2014 and artistic director of the International Basel Minster Organ Concerts and the weekly midday concerts ORGEL•PUNKT 12 on Basel's largest and most versatile organ (Mathis 2003, 78/IV/P). After teaching at the music academies in Lübeck and Oslo, he also led the organ class of the Tyrolean State Conservatory in Innsbruck from 2013 to 2015 as successor to Prof. Reinhard Jaud. Since 2018 he has been teaching at the Musikhochschule Freiburg. After studying church music in Herford, he studied organ, piano and music theory in Stuttgart from 1983–89 with Ludger Lohmann, Adu Frederica Faiss and Helmut Lachenmann, among others. Further training in Cologne, Paris, Vienna, Lübeck and Freiburg with Michael Schneider, Daniel Roth, Hans and Martin Haselböck, Zsigmond Szathmáry and Sergiu Celibidache in Mainz. 1988 1st prize at the international organ competitions Dublin and Odense. Cantor and organist in Denmark, Norway and Switzerland. Conducting successful festivals and concert series, including Ostwestfälische Orgeltage 1992, Brahms-Festival Lübeck 1992, Krummhörner Orgelfrühling (2001 – 2011), Internationale Sommerkonzerte Dornum (Holy-Orgel 1710/11) and Orgelsommer Marienhafe (Holy-Orgel 1710-1713). Lively concert activity, CD, radio and TV recordings as well as master classes in Europe, North and South America as well as Asia with a wide repertoire from The Robertsbridge Codex to the avant-garde. Highly acclaimed Bach recordings on the historic organs in Groningen, Trondheim, Oelinghausen and Dornum. Jury member of international competitions.


The personal customer/family ticket 5 for 4 is available at the box office for CHF 100.

The KulturBus takes you to Scuol, Ftan and Ardez for free after the concert. Register at the box office.


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