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Pamela Hinchman

Teresa Seidl

Shawnette Sulker

Stella Zambalis

Buffy Baggott

Julia Elise Hardin

Jennifer Lane

Carol Sparrow

Michelle Wrighte

Robert Bracey

Benjamin Brecher

James Doing

Randolph Locke

Jeffrey Springer

Mark Thomsen

Bradley Williams

Graham Fandrei

Kenneth Overton

Frederick Reeder

Charles Robert Stephens

Gerard Sundberg

James Patterson

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Throughout Europe and the United States, Teresa Seidl's performances have met with audience and critical acclaim. After a performance with the FRANKFURT OPERA, The Financial Times reported: "a Pamina of rich, noble tone and faultless voice production. 'Ach, ich fuehl's' was outstanding." Opern Welt printed . . sang ideally. Her voice possesses a necessary, silvery sheen; she is above all convincing with her floating piani and lyrical cantilena." And of her recent performance of Micaela a critic wrote, "The "float" of her soft singing repeatedly ravished the senses, and her exquisitely executed messa di voce,soft crescendo and decrescendo, at the end of her aria in Act 3 was breath-stopping, a lesson in superior vocalism."

 

Teresa Seidl, soprano

Throughout Europe and the United States, Teresa Seidl's performances have met with audience and critical acclaim. After a performance with the FRANKFURT OPERA, The Financial Times reported: "a Pamina of rich, noble tone and faultless voice production. 'Ach, ich fuehl's' was outstanding." Opern Welt printed . . sang ideally. Her voice possesses a necessary, silvery sheen; she is above all convincing with her floating piani and lyrical cantilena." And of her recent performance of Micaela a critic wrote, "The "float" of her soft singing repeatedly ravished the senses, and her exquisitely executed messa di voce,soft crescendo and decrescendo, at the end of her aria in Act 3 was breath-stopping, a lesson in superior vocalism."
Career highlights include Ms. Seidl performing the Beethoven Ninth Symphony at Royal Albert Hall with Mstislav Rostropovich, the Royal Philharmonica and the Westminster Choir at the Yehudi Menuhin Memorial Concert with Prince Charles in attendance. A favorite performer of the late conductor Yehudi Menuhin, she performed numerous concerts with the Maestro including a semi- staged version of The Merry Widow where he was conducting his farewell performance at the famed Alpenfest in Switzerland. Additional concerts they performed together included a series of performances of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony (Strasbourg, France) Handel's Messiah (Hannover) and the Schubert Mass in A-flat major on tour in Lithuania and Germany. Ms. Seidl performed the Coronation Mass under the baton of Michel Plasson in Toulouse, France and the Mozart Requiem in Paris with Tomas Vasary; both memorial concerts for Yehudi Menuhin who was originially scheduled to conduct them. Other recent European concerts include an operetta gala in the Jahrhundert Halle in Frankurt and the Mozart Requiem and Coronation Mass at the Menuhin Festival in Gstaad Switzerland. She performed a Holiday concert and numerous masterclasses in the middle east with the Lebanese National Symphony Orchestra and toured in Lisbon and throughout Japan singing solo recitals with the international group American Voices . In London, she performed an operetta gala which was followed by a concert tour of Rossini's Stabat Mater. Ms. Seidl sang a Beethoven Ninth Symphony for the opening of the European Commission in the Hague, a performance which was broadcast throughout Europe. Other performances include a live Cd recording of The Creation at the Reingau Festival in Weisbaden and a nationally televised broadcast at the Dubrovnik Festival in Croatia. She toured Brazil, Argentina and South Africa singing an Operetta Gala including a sold out performance at the famed Teatro Colon Buenos Aires. She also was heard in an operetta Gala in Dusseldorf.

Ms. Seidl is also a sought after concert performer in the states. Ms. Seidl's recent concert seasons includes Haydn's The Creation with Duke University and the North Carolina Symphony, The Messiah with Fort Wayne Philharmonic, Vaughn Williams the Sea Symphony with Bel Canto Choir in Milwaukee, Mozart Mass in Cm with the Southwest Florida Philharmonic, and a Viennese Operetta Gala with the Johann Strauss Orchester in Paris and Bordeaux. Other concert guestings included performing the Beethoven Ninth with the San Jose Symphony, Dayton Symphony. Knoxville, Rockford, Johnstown and Kokomo Symphonies, the Mozart Requiem with the Cedar Rapids Symphony, Carmina Burana with the Green Bay Symphony, and the Beethoven Missa Solemnis with the Santa Barbara Symphony. Green Bay audiences heard her as Micaela in Pamiro Opera's production of Carmen where the critics called her performance "perfection.." Her performances also included a Viennese Gala New Years concert with the San Antonio Symphony, The Creation with the Peoria Symphony, the Verdi and Brahm's Requiems in Green Bay and a concert Die Fledermaus in Bremen. Ms. Seidl's discography include recording of Haydn's Creation and a musical revue entitled "1924" .

Among Ms. Seidl's numerous opera roles performed are Micaela, Anne Trulove, and Donna Elvira with the BREMEN OPERA. With Peter Schneider she has sung Sophie, one of her most celebrated roles. She has guested with the DUSSELDORF OPERA with Jiri Kout, and made her FRANKFURT OPERA debut as Pamina with Marcello Viotti. In addition, she has guested extensively throughout Europe with many prestigious opera companies including HAMBURG, BERLIN, COLOGNE and KARLSRUHE. She also sang Marenka in The Bartered Bride with HANNOVER OPERA, Despina in Cosi Fan Tutte and Lisette in Il Matrimonio Segreto with FRANKFURT OPERA. She made her debut with the LEIPZIG OPERA in Udo Zimmerman's oratorio Pax Questuoso, performed the Faure Requiem with the ISRAEL SINFONIETTA in Tel Aviv, and sang Marzelline in Fidelio and the Creation with the LUDWIGSBURG SCHLOSSFESTSPIEL, Wolfgang Gonnenwein conducting.

Other highlights of her career include performing the Creation with the BERLIN RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA and the BBC and CRACOW PHILHARMONIC (CD), the Brahms Requiem with the BAMBERGER SYMPHONY, and numerous concerts with the HAMBURG SYMPHONY including Mendelssohn's Elijah and Dvorak's Requiem. She made her CARNEGIE HALL debut in the Mozart Requiem and guested in a Viennese Evening with the MILWAUKEE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Live performances have been broadcast with the Suedwest, Nordwest and Hessische Radio as well as the Belgian and Israel national radio stations. In addition Teresa Seidl also has a reputation as an outstanding voice teacher, with students throughout the United States as well as in Europe.

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