It’s been a busy year so far! I just returned from Bregenz, Austria, where I had the pleasure of being part of a “preview” concert, a little glimpse what’s in store for this summer’s premiere of Zesses Seglias’s To the Lighthouse (based on Virginia Woolf’s novel)…
Singing an excerpt of a solo for my character, Mrs. Ramsay
The premiere of Klaus Dreher’s Die Graue Passion (The Gray Passion) on March 13 in Stuttgart was very well-received. Check out this review from the Eßlinger-Zeitung: Klackende Ratschen, bebendes Donnerblech (15.03.2017).
In February, I had a blast again with ICTUS in Belgium–stay tuned for information about our upcoming recording of Christopher Trapani’s Waterlines! And at the end of the month, I met up with my Forum Neue Vokalmusik friends in Durham, England–here are some photos from our latest performance of Stockhausen’s Stimmung:
2016 has been a lot of fun–from our NOISE-BRIDGE tour in the U.S.A. and Canada, to various concerts in Oldenburg, Reutlingen, Barcelona, Ghent, and (OF COURSE) the Stuttgart area–I am thankful for a busy and fulfilling year, and excited for what’s to come! In 2017, I’ll be singing Trapani in Antwerp, Stockhausen in Durham, a world premiere by Klaus Dreher in Stuttgart and Tübingen, a world premiere by Luis Cordera Puzo in Barcelona and Stuttgart, some more Aperghis, and then a world premiere opera at the Bregenzer Festspiele! The next several months are going to be a wild ride, and I can’t wait! Hope to see you out there.
Summer concerts in Stuttgart!
A huge thank you to Martha Guth of Sparks & Wiry Cries for interviewing me about our upcoming pilot Hampsong Foundation ‘Song of America’ Educator Workshop! You can read the interview here.
Hello dear friends and colleagues! Tomorrow, July 18, 2015, I will be featured on SWR2 in the Treffpunkt Klassik extra program–Katharina Eickhoff had me choose some of my favorite recordings to play and talk about on the radio! Check it out, 10:30am-12pm Central European Time (sorry, North Americans…): http://www.swr.de/swr2/
I’m co-directing this event next Sunday! It’s going to be epic: Fluxus performances, a Yoko Ono scavenger hunt, Stockhausen’s “Stimmung,” John Cage “Musicircus”…come one, come all!!!! http://18stunden.de
Read my latest update here!
Check it out: “Vox Popular: Christie Finn, ’07, Music”
Thanks, UMBC Magazine! You make me feel like a rock star!