Magdalena Renwart-Kahry, Soprano
Magdalena Renwart-Kahry

Magdalena Renwart-Kahry

Soprano
Bio: Magdalena Renwart-Kahry made her debut at the Vienna Musikverein with a recital and was awarded a scholarship from the Richard-Wagner-Stipendienstiftung in Bayreuth. She served as cover in the role of Leonore in Beethoven's Fidelio under the direction of Zubin Mehta at the Opera di Firenze's Maggio Musicale Fiorentino festival and recently performed the role in two new productions at the Stadttheater Baden and the Oper Burg Gars open air festival in Austria. At the Teatro di San Carlo in Neaples she made her debut in Zemlinsky's Der Zwerg and sang Fünfte Magd in Elektra under the direction of Juraj Valcuha. She recently appeared in recitals at the Teatro lirico di Cagliari and the Teatro Giuseppe Verdi di Trieste and made her Operetta debut as Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus, followed by the title role of Die lustige Witwe at the Stadttheater Wiener Neustadt. Magdalena Renwart-Kahry was born in Tyrol (Austria) and grew up in Italy, where she received her first diploma from the Conservatorio Santa Cecilia in Rome, before moving to Vienna and study with Univ. Prof. Gerhard Kahry and KS Linda Watson. She graduated from the University for Music and the Performing Arts and the Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna, and also attended masterclasses with KS Christa Ludwig, KS Hilde Zadek, KS Julia Hamari and KS Artur Korn. Also a university lecturer, Magdalena Renwart-Kahry teaches at the Sichuan College of Musicand Arts Gong Zhenxu in China, at the Angelika-Prokopp-Sommerakademie of the Vienna Philharmonic, at the University for Music and the Performing Arts in Vienna, and at the Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna.
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Bio: Magdalena Renwart-Kahry made her debut at the Vienna Musikverein with a recital and was awarded a scholarship from the Richard-Wagner-Stipendienstiftung in Bayreuth. She served as cover in the role of Leonore in Beethoven's Fidelio under the direction of Zubin Mehta at the Opera di Firenze's Maggio Musicale Fiorentino festival and recently performed the role in two new productions at the Stadttheater Baden and the Oper Burg Gars open air festival in Austria. At the Teatro di San Carlo in Neaples she made her debut in Zemlinsky's Der Zwerg and sang Fünfte Magd in Elektra under the direction of Juraj Valcuha. She recently appeared in recitals at the Teatro lirico di Cagliari and the Teatro Giuseppe Verdi di Trieste and made her Operetta debut as Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus, followed by the title role of Die lustige Witwe at the Stadttheater Wiener Neustadt. Magdalena Renwart-Kahry was born in Tyrol (Austria) and grew up in Italy, where she received her first diploma from the Conservatorio Santa Cecilia in Rome, before moving to Vienna and study with Univ. Prof. Gerhard Kahry and KS Linda Watson. She graduated from the University for Music and the Performing Arts and the Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna, and also attended masterclasses with KS Christa Ludwig, KS Hilde Zadek, KS Julia Hamari and KS Artur Korn. Also a university lecturer, Magdalena Renwart-Kahry teaches at the Sichuan College of Musicand Arts Gong Zhenxu in China, at the Angelika-Prokopp-Sommerakademie of the Vienna Philharmonic, at the University for Music and the Performing Arts in Vienna, and at the Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna.
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Composer & WorkRoleProductions
Beethoven
FidelioLeonore5
Lehár
Die lustige WitweHanna Glawari1
Mozart
Don GiovanniStage director1
Donna Elvira1

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Magdalena Renwart-Kahry
Magdalena Renwart-Kahry
Soprano
Full name: Magdalena Renwart-Kahry

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Neben der spannenden Regiearbeit ließ aber auch die musikalische Seite keine Wünsche übrig. In der Partie der Donna Anna und Donna Elvira erlebte das Publikum Magdalena Renwart-Kahry in stimmlicher Höchstform. Mit klarem, kräftigem Sopran und sicherer Höhe bewältigt sie die beiden anspruchsvollen Partien mit Leichtigkeit und überzeugt auch darstellerisch.
Marcus Haimerl
"[Die Herzen des Publikums zu berühren] gelang Magdalena Renwart-Kahry in den beiden Frauenrollen Donna Anna und Donna Elvira, die sie mit ihrer prächtigen Sopranstimme – in der Zeit der Corona-Pandemie offensichtlich noch sicherer und wandlungsfähiger geworden – sang und auch darstellerisch beeindruckend spielte"
Udo Pacolt

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