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Lore Lixenberg

Lore Lixenberg

Born in the UK mezzo-soprano Lore Lixenberg has performed widely in opera, concert repertoire and music-theatre, and has worked with many leading composers. She is renowned for the warmth, range and agility of her voice as well as her total absorption in any role. Loré has performed throughout Europe at numerous festivals such as Wien Modern, Oslo’s Ultima and the festivals in Salzburg, Lucerne, Edinburgh, Witten, Huddersfield, Donaueschingen and Aldeburgh.

Her rich experience in the area of music theatre includes performing the lead role in Bent Sørensen’s opera Under Himlen at the Royal Opera House in Copenhagen as well as performing in many projects with Théâtre de Complicité. Loré sang the roles of Peaches and Baby Jane in the award-winning Jerry Springer - The Opera at the Edinburgh Festival, the National Theatre and in London’s West End as well as on the subsequently released CD. In 2011 Loré sang the role of Cousin Shelley in Mark-Anthony Turnage’s opera Anna Nicole at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden.

Loré has performed as soloist with many distinguished orchestras and ensembles including BBC Symphony Orchestra, Hallé Orchestra, Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, Danish National Symphony Orchestra, Icelandic Symphony Orchestra, Ensemble InterContemporain, London Sinfonietta, Klangforum Wien, BCMG, Cikada, Northern Sinfonia, Ensemble Aventure and Apartment House.

Television programmes Loré has featured in include the BBC series Strings, Bows and Bellows, with Joanna MacGregor; the BBC avantgarde comedy series Attention Scum, with performance artist Simon Munnery; the Channel 4 documentary What made Mozart tick; and Kombat Opera Presents…, a set of six television comedy operas commissioned from Richard Thomas by the BBC.

Recent engagement include singing the role of Anna in Weill’s The Seven Deadly Sins as well as a recital of Music from the Weimar Republic with the Aurora Orchestra; performing roles in Gerald Barry’s opera The Intelligence Park in Dublin, in Nigel Osborne’s Difference in Demolition with Opera Circus in Leeds, Edinburgh, Bridport and London, in Jocelyn Pook’s Ingerland at ROH’s Linbury Studio, and in the street opera Save the Diva, performed throughout the UK, with the Opera Group.

Loré Lixenberg’s website can be found at www.lorelixenberg.com

For further information on Loré or her availability, please send an e-mail to Julia Haferkorn at: info@haferkornassociates.com


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