Marlene Lichtenberg, Mezzo-soprano
Marlene Lichtenberg

Marlene Lichtenberg

Mezzo-soprano
Bio: The young mezzo-soprano Marlene Lichtenberg was born in South Tyrol, Italy. After her formation as primary school teacher, she studied at Mozarteum Salzburg and at the Janacek Academy in Brünn, Czech Republic with Mr. Richard Novák (vocal music) and with Mr. Lubomir Matl (choral conducting). Currently, Marlene Lichtenberg works with Ms. KS Brigitte Eisenfeld in Berlin, Germany. The mezzo-soprano gathered her first experiences on stage in Catania as the first Magd/Elektra under Will Humburg in Turin, as Maddalena/Rigoletto in Kosice, as Ulrica/Un Ballo in Maschera under Peter Dvorsky, in Liberec as Carmen/Carmen and in Bad Hersfeld as Fenena/Nabucco. In Bad Hersfeld, she was awarded with the Bad Hersfeld Opera Prize for her artistic work. Since the season 2010/11 Marlene Lichtenberg performs lead roles such as Amneris, Carmen, Orfeo and Hänsel as ensemble member at the Staatstheater Cottbus. She was referred to as „one of the biggest hopes in stagecraft“ by the magazine „Die Opernwelt“ after her grand success as Erda, Waltraute and the first Norn. The Staatstheater Cottbus conferred her the Sponsorship Award Max Grünebaum right after the first season. In 2013 Marlene Lichtenberg accepted the invitation of the National Theater in Riga and performed there the role of Carmen. In addition to her activities as opera singer, Marlene Lichtenberg is a sought-after recital and concert singer. In 2013 she performed the Angel in Elgars Oratorium’s „The Dream of Gerontius“ at the Dresden Music Festival (Dresdner Musikfestspiele) under the direction of Roderich Kreile. She achieved grand success at the Brandenburg Summer Concerts (Brandenburgische Sommerkonzerte) as interpreter of Mahler’s 2nd and 3rd symphonies. During the season 2014/2015 Marlene Lichtenberg gave a guest performance as Ulrica at the National Theater of Sofia and as Zia Principessa at the Lübeck Theater. As concert soloist, the young singer overtook at the end of March 2015 the alto part of the St John Passion (JS Bach) directed by Will Humburg in Darmstadt, Germany. In July 2015 Marlene Lichtenberg sang the Wesendonck-Lieder (Fassung Henze) at the Chambord Castle (France) under the direction of Evan Christ. In the upcoming season, the singer is looking forward to have her debut as “La Favorite” (G.Donizetti) and “Principessa Eboli” (G. Verdi). Last update: 2015-03-23 10:31:13 +01:00
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Bio: The young mezzo-soprano Marlene Lichtenberg was born in South Tyrol, Italy. After her formation as primary school teacher, she studied at Mozarteum Salzburg and at the Janacek Academy in Brünn, Czech Republic with Mr. Richard Novák (vocal music) and with Mr. Lubomir Matl (choral conducting). Currently, Marlene Lichtenberg works with Ms. KS Brigitte Eisenfeld in Berlin, Germany. The mezzo-soprano gathered her first experiences on stage in Catania as the first Magd/Elektra under Will Humburg in Turin, as Maddalena/Rigoletto in Kosice, as Ulrica/Un Ballo in Maschera under Peter Dvorsky, in Liberec as Carmen/Carmen and in Bad Hersfeld as Fenena/Nabucco. In Bad Hersfeld, she was awarded with the Bad Hersfeld Opera Prize for her artistic work. Since the season 2010/11 Marlene Lichtenberg performs lead roles such as Amneris, Carmen, Orfeo and Hänsel as ensemble member at the Staatstheater Cottbus. She was referred to as „one of the biggest hopes in stagecraft“ by the magazine „Die Opernwelt“ after her grand success as Erda, Waltraute and the first Norn. The Staatstheater Cottbus conferred her the Sponsorship Award Max Grünebaum right after the first season. In 2013 Marlene Lichtenberg accepted the invitation of the National Theater in Riga and performed there the role of Carmen. In addition to her activities as opera singer, Marlene Lichtenberg is a sought-after recital and concert singer. In 2013 she performed the Angel in Elgars Oratorium’s „The Dream of Gerontius“ at the Dresden Music Festival (Dresdner Musikfestspiele) under the direction of Roderich Kreile. She achieved grand success at the Brandenburg Summer Concerts (Brandenburgische Sommerkonzerte) as interpreter of Mahler’s 2nd and 3rd symphonies. During the season 2014/2015 Marlene Lichtenberg gave a guest performance as Ulrica at the National Theater of Sofia and as Zia Principessa at the Lübeck Theater. As concert soloist, the young singer overtook at the end of March 2015 the alto part of the St John Passion (JS Bach) directed by Will Humburg in Darmstadt, Germany. In July 2015 Marlene Lichtenberg sang the Wesendonck-Lieder (Fassung Henze) at the Chambord Castle (France) under the direction of Evan Christ. In the upcoming season, the singer is looking forward to have her debut as “La Favorite” (G.Donizetti) and “Principessa Eboli” (G. Verdi). Last update: 2015-03-23 10:31:13 +01:00
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Composer & WorkRoleProductions
Bach,JS
Matthäus-PassionMezzosopran1
Beethoven
9. Sinfonie in d-Moll op. 125Alt1
Berg
WozzeckMargret2
Bizet
CarmenCarmen4

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Marlene Lichtenberg
Marlene Lichtenberg
Mezzo-soprano
Full name: Marlene Lichtenberg

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