Elsa Dreisig

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  • Last name :Dreisig
  • First name :Elsa
  • Nationality :France
  • Tessitura :Soprano
  • Contact :Laurent Delage Téléphone+43 (0) 699 17 06 74 05 E-mailoffice@delage.at

Agenda Professionnel

Dates
Roles
Places

the 09 of July, 2019

the 22 of December, 2019

the 26 of December, 2019

the 03 of January, 2020

the 08 of January, 2020

Musetta

La Bohème

the 07 of September, 2019

the 10 of September, 2019

the 13 of September, 2019

the 17 of September, 2019

the 20 of September, 2019

the 25 of September, 2019

the 29 of September, 2019

the 02 of October, 2019

the 05 of October, 2019

Elvira

I puritani

the 01 of November, 2019

the 04 of November, 2019

the 08 of November, 2019

the 12 of November, 2019

the 16 of November, 2019

the 18 of November, 2019

the 22 of November, 2019

the 25 of November, 2019

the 27 of November, 2019

the 10 of January, 2020

the 12 of January, 2020

Natascha

Violetter Schnee

the 08 of February, 2020

the 12 of February, 2020

the 15 of February, 2020

the 21 of February, 2020

Glauce/Dircé

Medea

the 05 of April, 2020

Fiordiligi

Così fan tutte

the 08 of April, 2020

the 11 of April, 2020

Fiordiligi

Così fan tutte

the 02 of June, 2020

the 05 of June, 2020

the 09 of June, 2020

the 12 of June, 2020

the 15 of June, 2020

the 18 of June, 2020

the 21 of June, 2020

the 24 of June, 2020

the 27 of June, 2020

the 30 of June, 2020

the 03 of July, 2020

the 06 of July, 2020

the 09 of July, 2020

Gilda

Rigoletto

the 12 of July, 2020

Gilda

Rigoletto

the 11 of June, 2019

the 13 of June, 2019

the 16 of June, 2019

the 19 of June, 2019

the 21 of June, 2019

the 24 of June, 2019

the 29 of June, 2019

the 01 of July, 2019

the 04 of July, 2019

the 07 of July, 2019

the 10 of July, 2019

the 13 of July, 2019

Zerlina

Don Giovanni

the 07 of April, 2019

the 10 of April, 2019

the 13 of April, 2019

Manon Lescaut

Manon

the 18 of April, 2019

the 22 of April, 2019

the 26 of April, 2019

the 04 of May, 2019

the 12 of May, 2019

the 15 of May, 2019

Manon Lescaut

Manon

the 13 of January, 2019

the 16 of January, 2019

the 24 of January, 2019

the 26 of January, 2019

the 31 of January, 2019

Natascha

Violetter Schnee

the 25 of November, 2018

the 29 of November, 2018

the 02 of December, 2018

the 04 of December, 2018

the 06 of December, 2018

the 08 of December, 2018

the 13 of October, 2018

Interprète

Récital

the 07 of October, 2018

the 12 of October, 2018

the 17 of October, 2018

the 20 of October, 2018

the 25 of October, 2018

the 28 of October, 2018

Glauce/Dircé

Medea

the 22 of June, 2018

the 30 of June, 2018

the 01 of July, 2018

the 03 of July, 2018

the 06 of July, 2018

the 16 of June, 2018

Interprète

Récital

the 17 of May, 2018

the 19 of May, 2018

the 22 of May, 2018

the 27 of May, 2018

the 30 of May, 2018

the 02 of June, 2018

the 08 of June, 2018

the 12 of June, 2018

the 14 of June, 2018

the 17 of June, 2018

Lauretta

Gianni Schicchi

the 30 of March, 2018

the 09 of April, 2018

Blumenmädchen

Parsifal

the 08 of December, 2017

the 11 of December, 2017

the 12 of December, 2017

the 23 of December, 2017

the 23 of December, 2017

the 25 of December, 2017

the 25 of December, 2017

the 29 of December, 2017

the 29 of December, 2017

the 17 of October, 2017

the 28 of January, 2018

the 04 of February, 2018

the 07 of February, 2018

the 10 of February, 2018

the 14 of February, 2018

Violetta Valéry

La Traviata

the 06 of September, 2017

the 03 of October, 2017

the 14 of December, 2017

the 17 of December, 2017

the 30 of August, 2017

Soprano

Die Schöpfung

the 04 of July, 2017

the 06 of July, 2017

the 08 of July, 2017

the 10 of July, 2017

the 13 of July, 2017

the 15 of July, 2017

the 17 of July, 2017

the 20 of July, 2017

Micaela

Carmen

the 15 of April, 2017

the 19 of April, 2017

the 22 of April, 2017

the 29 of April, 2017

the 06 of May, 2017

Musetta

La Bohème

the 10 of May, 2017

Musetta

La Bohème

the 09 of February, 2017

the 16 of February, 2017

the 20 of February, 2017

the 23 of February, 2017

the 23 of December, 2016

the 25 of December, 2016

the 27 of December, 2016

the 30 of December, 2016

the 01 of January, 2017

the 27 of November, 2016

the 02 of December, 2016

the 10 of December, 2016

the 18 of December, 2016

Pamina

Papagena

Die Zauberflöte

Biography

Within only three months Elsa Dreisig was awarded in 2015 both the Second Prize at the Queen Sonja International Music Wettbewerb in Oslo and the First female Prize as well as the Audience's Prize at the "Neue Stimmen" competition of the Bertelsmann Foundation in Gütersloh. She has also just won the "Prix jeune soliste 2015 des radios francophones publiques" ("Prize young soloist 2015 of the French speaking public radios"). These major achievements make her rise as a new star of the vocal art heaven.

Elsa Dreisig is French and Danish. She was still a child and already very keen to sing. She entered the Maîtrises (choir’s schools) of the Opéra royal de Wallonie and of the Opéra national de Lyon. She studied singing at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris (class of Valérie Guillorit) and at the Hochschule in Leipzig (Regina Werner).

Together with the pianist Lucie Sansen she deepened her knowledge of the Lied and the Mélodie being advised by Alexander Schmalcz, Jeff Cohen and Anne Le Bozec. She also studied the German vocal repertoire with the Baritone Stephan Genz, the Italian vocal repertoire with Peter Berne and the German operetta with Regina Werner. In 2014, once again together with Lucie Stansen, she took part in the “Résidence  Schubert” lead by Matthias Goerne and Markus Hinterhäuser at the Académie d’Aix-en-Provence. She also attended the Masterclass ''Schubert and Strauss'' by Dietrich Henschel and Manuel Lang in the frame of the « Neue Stimmen » - Foundation as well as the Lied Academy in Heidelberg with Thomas Hampson and Thomas Quasthoff.

In 2012 she was awarded both the jury and the audience prizes at the “Des Mots et des Notes” competition, dedicated to the French repertoire. In 2014 she was awarded the first prize at the “Ton und Erklärung” competition (organized by the Club der Deutschen Wirschaft) accompanied by the MDR Symphony Orchestra. She was also awarded the audience prize, the prize of the young audience and the prize for the most promising artist at the 2015 Clermont-Ferrand competition.

In 2013/14 Elsa Dreisig made her stage debut in Der Wildschütz by Lortzing the Music Hochschule Leipzig, performed then Semiramide by Hasse at the Hochschule Leipzig and on tour in Graz. In 2014/15 she performed Les Parapluies de Cherbourg (Jenny) at the Théâtre du Châtelet with Natalie Dessay and Laurent Naouri under the baton of Michel Legrand. She also sang Madame de Folleville in Il viaggio a Reims by Rossini in Royaumont.

From 2014/15 on Elsa Dreisig is a member of the Opera Studio of the Staatsoper Berlin under the artistic direction of Daniel Barenboim. Her plans in Berlin this season are Pamina et Papagena in Die Zauberflöte, the princess in Le chat botté by César Cui and Signora Angiolieri in Mario und der Zauberer by Stephen Oliver. Further plans include Rosina in Il Barbiere di Siviglia at the Clermont-Ferrand Opera and on tour throughout France.

Further projects include Musetta (La Bohème) at the Opernhaus Zürich, Pamina (Die Zauberflöte) for her debut at the Opéra de Paris as well as at the Staatsoper Berlin and at the Opernhaus Zürich and Lauretta (Gianni Schicchi) at the Opéra de Paris. From 2017/18 on, she will also be a member of the Ensemble of the Staatsoper Berlin.

Elsa Dreisig is a member of two musical ensembles: the Franco-American contemporary music and art collective “Ensemble 101” (artistic director: Mike Solomon) and the “Ensemble 4D” (4 Dreisig) in Denmark with her mother, her aunt and her cousin, all sopranos.

She recently took part in the prestigious gala concert of the German AIDS-Foundation at the Deutsche Oper Berlin under the baton of Donald Runnicles.

She has given recitals at the Gasteig Phiharmony in Munich, at the Bronnbach monastery in Werthein and at the Konzerthaus Berlin.

Elsa Dreisig was a recipient of the "Cercle Wagner" in Paris in 2015. She is currently a recipient of the Liz-Mohn-Musik- und Kulturstiftung.

February 2016

Characters

Pamina

Papagena

Musetta

Lauretta

Micaela

Soprano

Gretchen

Gretel

Violetta Valéry

Blumenmädchen

Euridice

Zerlina

Glauce/Dircé

Diane

Natascha

Interprète

Manon Lescaut

Elvira

Gilda

Fiordiligi

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