I want to introduce you to a fine singer, and her name is Margriet Buchberger.
She is a Soprano, and let me share some highlights of her career so far:
Margriet Buchberger studied at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Milan and completed her studies at the Würzburg Academy of Music. This was followed by repertoire study with Cheryl Studer, Krisztina Laki and Edita Gruberova.
She received a scholarship from Mirella Freni at the Cubec Foundation for the support of young singers, was awarded the prize of the Bruno Frey Foundation for outstanding artistic achievements, and she won a scholarship from the Richard Wagner Foundation.
Margriet Buchberger is in great demand throughout Europe as a performer of the baroque and classical repertoire and recitals of the German and international “Lied”. She is especially devoted to Bach, Handel, Haydn, and above all Mozart’s operas and sacred music.
She has sung at the Deutsches Mozartfest Chemnitz, the Salzburger Mozartwoche 2010, several times at the Settimana Mozartiana in Rovereto, the International Opera Festival Schloss Kirchstetten (Vienna), Tage Alter Musik Regensburg and the international festival “Settimana di Musica Sacra di Monreale” (Palermo), the “Stagione concertistica e sinfonica della Arena di Verona” and with the legendary M ° Leone Magiera at “Teatro La Fenice” in Venice.
Here is Ms. Buchberger, singing George Fredrick Handel’s “Rejoice, oh daughter of Zion”.
For me, as I listened, the key was that her music really transmits Handel’s intent to communicate great joy!
Here is her video: