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Biography Melanie Diener (42 kB)
In March 2017 sang Melanie Diener with the baritone Paul Armin Edelmann the Lyric Symphony by Alexander Zemlinsky in Forum Karlín in Prague.
With the extraordinarily beautiful tone of her soprano voice and the intensity of her dramatic performances, Melanie Diener has become one of the most popular singers of the modern age.
She has worked at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, the Metropolitan Opera, the State Operas in Vienna, Munich, Berlin, Hannover and Hamburg, the Semperoper Dresden, the Opera Zurich, the Teatr Wielki Warsaw, the Teatro Municipal Sao Paulo, the Opéra Bastille, at the Festivals in Salzburg, Bayreuth and Aix-en-Provence, the Theater an der Wien, the Palais Garnier in Paris, or at the Philharmonics in Berlin and Essen, the concert hall Vienna, the Tonhalle Zurich or at the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden.
Her German repertoire includes Sieglinde, Elisabeth from "Tannhäuser", Weber's Agathe and Euryanthe, Beethoven's Leonore and parts in Strauss's operas, such as Chrysothemis, the Marschallin and Ariadne.
As a concert performer and a singer of lieder, Melanie Diener is highly regarded by many renowned conductors for her remarkable combination of great musicality, sensitivity and creative power.
She works regularly with the most prestigious orchestras, conductors and directors throughout Europe, the USA and Japan.
Der Rosenkavalier (Marschallin), Finnsih National Opera