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Singers on Singing :
Thomas Hampson

https://hampsongfoundation.org/resource/singers-on-singing-thomas-hampson/

Thomas Hampson has the rare distinction of being an acclaimed master performer and also an esteemed scholar and pedagogue in the fields of both opera and song. The eclectic range of his repertoire in both genres is exceptionally wide, comprising over 80 roles in Italian, German, French, English, American, Russian and { … }

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Singers on Singing :
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau

https://hampsongfoundation.org/resource/singers-on-singing-dietrich-fischer-dieskau/

The late, legendary baritone Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau has a unique position in the history of musical interpretation. In a singing career of 45 years, he in particular exerted a virtually unprecedented influence on the performance of lieder, making a profoundly lasting impact on international singers and accompanists and holding audiences spellbound { … }

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Singers on Singing :
Marilyn Horne

https://hampsongfoundation.org/resource/singers-on-singing-marilyn-horne/

The great, virtuoso mezzo-soprano Marilyn Horne first made a major international impact in opera when Igor Stravinsky invited her to perform at the Venice Festival in 1956. Despite this she insisted on spending three further years advancing her technique and widening her stylistic knowledge in the German repertory opera company { … }

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Heidelberg Lied Academy

https://hampsongfoundation.org/project/heidelberg-lied-academy/

The tenth annual Heidelberg Lied Academy was scheduled to take place in April 2020 in Heidelberg, Germany. The Academy was canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19. Under the artistic direction of Thomas Hampson, and with the contribution of such prominent artists – and fellow song enthusiasts – as Hartmutt Höll, { … }

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This Website

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About

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Heidelberg Master Class
(March 29, 2015)

https://hampsongfoundation.org/resource/heidelberg-master-class-2015/

Master class with Thomas Hampson Gustav Mahler’s “Revelge”   William Goforth, Tenor Wolfram Rieger, Klavier