Ahead of next month’s Aldeburgh Festival, Richard Morrison of The Times interviewed Barbara about Equilibrium and her role as “mentor, impresario and general life-coach to the next generation of top singers”.
70 artists, 30 events, 3 free community concerts, 2 US premieres, 4 days, and 1 fabulous Music Director for the 73rd Ojai Music Festival!
A look at Equilibrium from the Süddeutsche Zeitung
Throughout May, Equilibrium Young Artists tour throughout Europe with performances of The Rake’s Progress. This semi-staged contemporary production will travel to Munich (14 and 15 May), Paris (20 May), Amsterdam (23 May), Dortmund (25 May), Dresden (27 May) and conclude in Hamburg (29 May).
Equilibrium Young Artists at La Monnaie/De Munt, as part of the Klarafestival, with two performances of The Rake’s Progress. “In all its simplicity and originality, it was overwhelming and compelling.” Read the reviews
Press release: Meet the soloists for the Equilibrium Young Artists / Toronto Symphony Orchestra Mozart Requiem project.
The Aldeburgh Festival 2019 has announced the full programme for June 2019, which features three Artists in Residence: composer Thomas Larcher, tenor Mark Padmore and soprano and conductor Barbara Hannigan. As part of her residency, Hannigan curated five different programmes in which she appears as soloist, conductor, narrator and recitalist. Equilibrium Young Artists will be featured at the festival, making its …
This December, Gothenburg audiences enjoyed a duel premiere: the first performances of Equilibrium Young Artists and the opera conducting debut of Barbara Hannigan. The Rake’s Progress Gothenburg Symphony Gothenburg Symphony Vocal Ensemble Gothenburg Concert Hall Barbara Hannigan conductor Linus Fellbom staging and lighting Willam Morgan Tom Rakewell Aphrodite Patoulidou Anne Trulove John Taylor Ward Nick Shadow Kate Howden Baba the …
Equilibrium Young Artists is pleased to announce auditions for performances of Mozart’s Requiem with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sir Andrew Davis in January 2020, preceded by an Equilibrium intensive workshop at Lunenburg Academy of Music Performance (LAMP) in August 2019.
As part of the 2019 Aldeburgh Festival Barbara Hannigan conducts singers from her Equilibrium Young Artist programme in a performance of Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress, an opera in which she sang one of her first major roles.