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Nationality: Swedish
Born: May 09 1955


Biography

ANNE SOFIE VON OTTER – A BIOGRAPHICAL TIMELINE

“She possesses one of the most flexible and natural vocal instruments of any living artist.”
Opera Now (London), November 2008

Anne Sofie von Otter was born in Stockholm and studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London with Vera Rosza. She also attended classes in lied interpretation with Geoffrey Parsons in London and Erik Werba in Vienna. In 1980 she began her collaboration with the pianist Bengt Forsberg. Two years later she joined the ensemble of the Basle Opera, where she made her mark as an interpreter of Mozart ... Read more

ANNE SOFIE VON OTTER – A BIOGRAPHICAL TIMELINE

“She possesses one of the most flexible and natural vocal instruments of any living artist.”
Opera Now (London), November 2008

Anne Sofie von Otter was born in Stockholm and studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London with Vera Rosza. She also attended classes in lied interpretation with Geoffrey Parsons in London and Erik Werba in Vienna. In 1980 she began her collaboration with the pianist Bengt Forsberg. Two years later she joined the ensemble of the Basle Opera, where she made her mark as an interpreter of Mozart (Cherubino, Dorabella, Sesto) and Richard Strauss (Composer). One of the finest singers of her generation, the internationally acclaimed mezzo-soprano works with the pre-eminent conductors of the day, has triumphed at the world’s major opera houses and is a regular guest at leading festivals. Anne Sofie von Otter has also achieved great success as a lieder interpreter, mostly in collaboration with Bengt Forsberg.

1984 Debut with the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome under Giuseppe Sinopoli; first ap¬pears at the Aix-en-Provence Festival

1985 Covent Garden debut as Cherubino; Berlioz’s L’Enfance du Christ and La Damnation de Faust at the Opéra de Lyon under Gardiner. Beginning of her association with Deutsche Grammophon/Archiv Produktion

1987 CD releases: Messenger in Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo (Edison prize 1988), and Bach’s Christ¬mas Oratorio, both with Gardiner and the English Baroque Soloists

1990 Named “Recording Artist of the Year” with an International Record Critics Award
1991 At Covent Garden, debut in La Cenerentola (title role); CD releases: Mozart’s Idomeneo (Idamante) and La clemenza di Tito (Sesto) with Gardiner and the English Baroque Soloists, and Le nozze di Figaro at the Met under Levine; Brahms lieder with Forsberg (Grand Prix International du disque 1991)

1992 Salzburg Easter Festival debut; great success as Ramiro in Mozart’s La finta giardiniera at the Salzburg Summer Festival

1993 CD of Grieg songs with Forsberg (Gramophone Award, Prix Caecilia, Brussels, 1993; Edison Award, Record Academy Prize, Tokyo, 1994)

1994 Tours Japan with the Vienna State Opera in Der Rosenkavalier; on CD: lieder by Berg, Korngold and Strauss with Forsberg

1995 “Singer of the Year” at the Cannes Classical Awards and Germany’s Echo Awards; on CD: Berg’s orchestral lieder with Abbado and the Wiener Philharmoniker, and Schumann lieder with Forsberg (Grand Prix de la Nouvelle Académie du disque, Prix Caecilia, Brussels, 1995)
1996 First recital at the Salzburg Festival; “Artist of the Year” at the Gramophone Awards; tours with songs from Wings in the Night (Echo Award 1997); other CD releases: La bonne chanson (Edison Award, Grand Prix du disque 1997)

1997 Great success as Handel’s Ariodante in Europe; Carmen at the Berliner Philharmoniker’s New Year’s Eve concert with Abbado, recorded for DG; Diapason d’or as “Artist of the Year”; CD releases: Ariodante (title role) under Minkowski (Classic CD Award and Cannes Classical Award 1999)
1998 Creates the role of Sorl in Ståden by Sven-David Sandström at the Royal Swedish Opera; CD releases include La Damnation de Faust (Marguerite) with the Philharmonia Orchestra under Chung, and Lamenti with Goebel and Musica Antiqua Köln

1999 Appears in Poppea in Aix-en-Provence; CD releases: Rendezvous with Korngold; Mahler’s Des Knaben Wunderhorn with Thomas Quasthoff and Abbado (Grammy 2000); Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress (Baba the Turk) under Gardiner (Grammy 2000)

2001 Named “Singer of the Year” at the Echo Awards; CD releases include For the Stars, with Elvis Costello (Edison Award 2002), and Mots d’amour (Mélodies by Cécile Chaminade) with Forsberg (Gramophone Award “Best Vocal Recording” 2002)

2002 CD releases: Handel’s Hercules (Choc du Monde de la musique, Diapason d’or 2002) and arias and scenes by Offenbach, both featuring Minkowski and Les Musiciens du Louvre

2003 BBC Prom with Minkowski and Les Musiciens du Louvre; CD releases: Orchestrated Schubert lieder with Abbado (Grammy 2004), and Handel’s Giulio Cesare with Min¬kowski (Diapason d’Or, Record Academy Prize, Tokyo, 2003)

2004 Berlioz’s Béatrice et Bénédict and Strauss’s Capriccio in Paris, Poppea in Paris and London; CD releases include Watercolours, a Swedish song recital (Diapason d’or 2004), and Ravel’s Shéhérazade with Boulez and the Cleveland Orchestra

2005 Appearances include Mélisande and Sesto, Ravel’s L’Heure espagnole, and Gluck’s Orfeo, BBC Prom with Gustavo Dudamel and the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra. On CD: Mahler with Boulez and the Wiener Philharmoniker, and Music for a While – Baroque melodies by Caccini, Monteverdi, Frescobaldi, Ferrari, Dowland and Purcell

2006 World premiere of Sven-David Sandström’s St. John Passion in Stockholm. European tours with the programmes “I Let The Music Speak” and “Excerpts from the Great American Songbook”. CD releases: I Let The Music Speak – with the music of ABBA and songs by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus, and the Christmas album Noël. On Hélène Grimaud’s disc Reflection she performs three songs by Clara Schumann

2007 Role debut as Brangaene in Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde; appearances include Didon in Berlioz’s Les Troyens, Ravel’s Shéhérazade, Mozart’s Requiem at the Verbier Festival and Berlioz’s Les Nuits d’été; recitals with Forsberg in Europe. Her greatly acclaimed recording of music by Jewish prisoners in the Theresienstadt (Terezín) concentration camp is awarded a Diapason d’or
2008 Orfeo, Bach’s St. Matthew Passion, and Mahler’s Des Knaben Wunderhorn in Stockholm; Lully’s Thésée in Paris; Ravel’s Shéhérazade at the Deutsche Oper Berlin; Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress under Nikolaus Harnoncourt in Vienna; Mozart arias in Salzburg and Canteloube’s Chants d’Auvergne in Grenoble, Frankfurt, Spain and at the Budapest Festival under Marc Minkowski; Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde and Berlioz’s Les Troyens with the Boston Symphony Orchestra under James Levine. Residency at Vienna’s Musikverein. Festival appearances in Sweden, Tanglewood, Santander, Lucerne, and Edinburgh. Christmas concert tour to the Far East. Release of Swedish orchestral songs by Hans Gefors, Anders Hillborg (both world-premiere recordings) and Laci Boldemann with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra and Kent Nagano
2009 Mahler’s Symphony no. 3 with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Stockholm and the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin; Wagner’s Götterdämmerung in Stockholm and at the Aix-en-Provence Festival; Mahler’s Symphony no. 8 in the USA; Songs from Theresienstadt in the USA, on tour in Europe, at the Rheingau, Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern music festivals and at the Schubertiade; Offenbach’s La Grande Duchesse de Gérolstein in Basle. Bach is on the programme of two European tours with Concerto Copenhagen to support her new recording of famous arias by J. S. Bach with Concerto Copenhagen under Lars Ulrik Mortensen, which is due for release in the spring
2/2009

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

ANNE SOFIE VON OTTER – A BIOGRAPHICAL TIMELINE

“She possesses one of the most flexible and natural vocal instruments of any living artist.”
Opera Now (London), November 2008

Anne Sofie von Otter was born in Stockholm and studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London with Vera Rosza. She also attended classes in lied interpretation with Geoffrey Parsons in London and Erik Werba in Vienna. In 1980 she began her collaboration with the pianist Bengt Forsberg. Two years later she joined the ensemble of the Basle Opera, where she made her mark as an interpreter of Mozart (Cherubino, Dorabella, Sesto) and Richard Strauss (Composer). One of the finest singers of her generation, the internationally acclaimed mezzo-soprano works with the pre-eminent conductors of the day, has triumphed at the world’s major opera houses and is a regular guest at leading festivals. Anne Sofie von Otter has also achieved great success as a lieder interpreter, mostly in collaboration with Bengt Forsberg.

1984 Debut with the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome under Giuseppe Sinopoli; first ap¬pears at the Aix-en-Provence Festival

1985 Covent Garden debut as Cherubino; Berlioz’s L’Enfance du Christ and La Damnation de Faust at the Opéra de Lyon under Gardiner. Beginning of her association with Deutsche Grammophon/Archiv Produktion

1987 CD releases: Messenger in Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo (Edison prize 1988), and Bach’s Christ¬mas Oratorio, both with Gardiner and the English Baroque Soloists

1990 Named “Recording Artist of the Year” with an International Record Critics Award
1991 At Covent Garden, debut in La Cenerentola (title role); CD releases: Mozart’s Idomeneo (Idamante) and La clemenza di Tito (Sesto) with Gardiner and the English Baroque Soloists, and Le nozze di Figaro at the Met under Levine; Brahms lieder with Forsberg (Grand Prix International du disque 1991)

1992 Salzburg Easter Festival debut; great success as Ramiro in Mozart’s La finta giardiniera at the Salzburg Summer Festival

1993 CD of Grieg songs with Forsberg (Gramophone Award, Prix Caecilia, Brussels, 1993; Edison Award, Record Academy Prize, Tokyo, 1994)

1994 Tours Japan with the Vienna State Opera in Der Rosenkavalier; on CD: lieder by Berg, Korngold and Strauss with Forsberg

1995 “Singer of the Year” at the Cannes Classical Awards and Germany’s Echo Awards; on CD: Berg’s orchestral lieder with Abbado and the Wiener Philharmoniker, and Schumann lieder with Forsberg (Grand Prix de la Nouvelle Académie du disque, Prix Caecilia, Brussels, 1995)
1996 First recital at the Salzburg Festival; “Artist of the Year” at the Gramophone Awards; tours with songs from Wings in the Night (Echo Award 1997); other CD releases: La bonne chanson (Edison Award, Grand Prix du disque 1997)

1997 Great success as Handel’s Ariodante in Europe; Carmen at the Berliner Philharmoniker’s New Year’s Eve concert with Abbado, recorded for DG; Diapason d’or as “Artist of the Year”; CD releases: Ariodante (title role) under Minkowski (Classic CD Award and Cannes Classical Award 1999)
1998 Creates the role of Sorl in Ståden by Sven-David Sandström at the Royal Swedish Opera; CD releases include La Damnation de Faust (Marguerite) with the Philharmonia Orchestra under Chung, and Lamenti with Goebel and Musica Antiqua Köln

1999 Appears in Poppea in Aix-en-Provence; CD releases: Rendezvous with Korngold; Mahler’s Des Knaben Wunderhorn with Thomas Quasthoff and Abbado (Grammy 2000); Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress (Baba the Turk) under Gardiner (Grammy 2000)

2001 Named “Singer of the Year” at the Echo Awards; CD releases include For the Stars, with Elvis Costello (Edison Award 2002), and Mots d’amour (Mélodies by Cécile Chaminade) with Forsberg (Gramophone Award “Best Vocal Recording” 2002)

2002 CD releases: Handel’s Hercules (Choc du Monde de la musique, Diapason d’or 2002) and arias and scenes by Offenbach, both featuring Minkowski and Les Musiciens du Louvre

2003 BBC Prom with Minkowski and Les Musiciens du Louvre; CD releases: Orchestrated Schubert lieder with Abbado (Grammy 2004), and Handel’s Giulio Cesare with Min¬kowski (Diapason d’Or, Record Academy Prize, Tokyo, 2003)

2004 Berlioz’s Béatrice et Bénédict and Strauss’s Capriccio in Paris, Poppea in Paris and London; CD releases include Watercolours, a Swedish song recital (Diapason d’or 2004), and Ravel’s Shéhérazade with Boulez and the Cleveland Orchestra

2005 Appearances include Mélisande and Sesto, Ravel’s L’Heure espagnole, and Gluck’s Orfeo, BBC Prom with Gustavo Dudamel and the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra. On CD: Mahler with Boulez and the Wiener Philharmoniker, and Music for a While – Baroque melodies by Caccini, Monteverdi, Frescobaldi, Ferrari, Dowland and Purcell

2006 World premiere of Sven-David Sandström’s St. John Passion in Stockholm. European tours with the programmes “I Let The Music Speak” and “Excerpts from the Great American Songbook”. CD releases: I Let The Music Speak – with the music of ABBA and songs by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus, and the Christmas album Noël. On Hélène Grimaud’s disc Reflection she performs three songs by Clara Schumann

2007 Role debut as Brangaene in Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde; appearances include Didon in Berlioz’s Les Troyens, Ravel’s Shéhérazade, Mozart’s Requiem at the Verbier Festival and Berlioz’s Les Nuits d’été; recitals with Forsberg in Europe. Her greatly acclaimed recording of music by Jewish prisoners in the Theresienstadt (Terezín) concentration camp is awarded a Diapason d’or
2008 Orfeo, Bach’s St. Matthew Passion, and Mahler’s Des Knaben Wunderhorn in Stockholm; Lully’s Thésée in Paris; Ravel’s Shéhérazade at the Deutsche Oper Berlin; Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress under Nikolaus Harnoncourt in Vienna; Mozart arias in Salzburg and Canteloube’s Chants d’Auvergne in Grenoble, Frankfurt, Spain and at the Budapest Festival under Marc Minkowski; Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde and Berlioz’s Les Troyens with the Boston Symphony Orchestra under James Levine. Residency at Vienna’s Musikverein. Festival appearances in Sweden, Tanglewood, Santander, Lucerne, and Edinburgh. Christmas concert tour to the Far East. Release of Swedish orchestral songs by Hans Gefors, Anders Hillborg (both world-premiere recordings) and Laci Boldemann with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra and Kent Nagano
2009 Mahler’s Symphony no. 3 with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Stockholm and the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin; Wagner’s Götterdämmerung in Stockholm and at the Aix-en-Provence Festival; Mahler’s Symphony no. 8 in the USA; Songs from Theresienstadt in the USA, on tour in Europe, at the Rheingau, Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern music festivals and at the Schubertiade; Offenbach’s La Grande Duchesse de Gérolstein in Basle. Bach is on the programme of two European tours with Concerto Copenhagen to support her new recording of famous arias by J. S. Bach with Concerto Copenhagen under Lars Ulrik Mortensen, which is due for release in the spring
2/2009

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

ANNE SOFIE VON OTTER – A BIOGRAPHICAL TIMELINE

“She possesses one of the most flexible and natural vocal instruments of any living artist.”
Opera Now (London), November 2008

Anne Sofie von Otter was born in Stockholm and studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London with Vera Rosza. She also attended classes in lied interpretation with Geoffrey Parsons in London and Erik Werba in Vienna. In 1980 she began her collaboration with the pianist Bengt Forsberg. Two years later she joined the ensemble of the Basle Opera, where she made her mark as an interpreter of Mozart (Cherubino, Dorabella, Sesto) and Richard Strauss (Composer). One of the finest singers of her generation, the internationally acclaimed mezzo-soprano works with the pre-eminent conductors of the day, has triumphed at the world’s major opera houses and is a regular guest at leading festivals. Anne Sofie von Otter has also achieved great success as a lieder interpreter, mostly in collaboration with Bengt Forsberg.

1984 Debut with the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome under Giuseppe Sinopoli; first ap¬pears at the Aix-en-Provence Festival

1985 Covent Garden debut as Cherubino; Berlioz’s L’Enfance du Christ and La Damnation de Faust at the Opéra de Lyon under Gardiner. Beginning of her association with Deutsche Grammophon/Archiv Produktion

1987 CD releases: Messenger in Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo (Edison prize 1988), and Bach’s Christ¬mas Oratorio, both with Gardiner and the English Baroque Soloists

1990 Named “Recording Artist of the Year” with an International Record Critics Award
1991 At Covent Garden, debut in La Cenerentola (title role); CD releases: Mozart’s Idomeneo (Idamante) and La clemenza di Tito (Sesto) with Gardiner and the English Baroque Soloists, and Le nozze di Figaro at the Met under Levine; Brahms lieder with Forsberg (Grand Prix International du disque 1991)

1992 Salzburg Easter Festival debut; great success as Ramiro in Mozart’s La finta giardiniera at the Salzburg Summer Festival

1993 CD of Grieg songs with Forsberg (Gramophone Award, Prix Caecilia, Brussels, 1993; Edison Award, Record Academy Prize, Tokyo, 1994)

1994 Tours Japan with the Vienna State Opera in Der Rosenkavalier; on CD: lieder by Berg, Korngold and Strauss with Forsberg

1995 “Singer of the Year” at the Cannes Classical Awards and Germany’s Echo Awards; on CD: Berg’s orchestral lieder with Abbado and the Wiener Philharmoniker, and Schumann lieder with Forsberg (Grand Prix de la Nouvelle Académie du disque, Prix Caecilia, Brussels, 1995)
1996 First recital at the Salzburg Festival; “Artist of the Year” at the Gramophone Awards; tours with songs from Wings in the Night (Echo Award 1997); other CD releases: La bonne chanson (Edison Award, Grand Prix du disque 1997)

1997 Great success as Handel’s Ariodante in Europe; Carmen at the Berliner Philharmoniker’s New Year’s Eve concert with Abbado, recorded for DG; Diapason d’or as “Artist of the Year”; CD releases: Ariodante (title role) under Minkowski (Classic CD Award and Cannes Classical Award 1999)
1998 Creates the role of Sorl in Ståden by Sven-David Sandström at the Royal Swedish Opera; CD releases include La Damnation de Faust (Marguerite) with the Philharmonia Orchestra under Chung, and Lamenti with Goebel and Musica Antiqua Köln

1999 Appears in Poppea in Aix-en-Provence; CD releases: Rendezvous with Korngold; Mahler’s Des Knaben Wunderhorn with Thomas Quasthoff and Abbado (Grammy 2000); Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress (Baba the Turk) under Gardiner (Grammy 2000)

2001 Named “Singer of the Year” at the Echo Awards; CD releases include For the Stars, with Elvis Costello (Edison Award 2002), and Mots d’amour (Mélodies by Cécile Chaminade) with Forsberg (Gramophone Award “Best Vocal Recording” 2002)

2002 CD releases: Handel’s Hercules (Choc du Monde de la musique, Diapason d’or 2002) and arias and scenes by Offenbach, both featuring Minkowski and Les Musiciens du Louvre

2003 BBC Prom with Minkowski and Les Musiciens du Louvre; CD releases: Orchestrated Schubert lieder with Abbado (Grammy 2004), and Handel’s Giulio Cesare with Min¬kowski (Diapason d’Or, Record Academy Prize, Tokyo, 2003)

2004 Berlioz’s Béatrice et Bénédict and Strauss’s Capriccio in Paris, Poppea in Paris and London; CD releases include Watercolours, a Swedish song recital (Diapason d’or 2004), and Ravel’s Shéhérazade with Boulez and the Cleveland Orchestra

2005 Appearances include Mélisande and Sesto, Ravel’s L’Heure espagnole, and Gluck’s Orfeo, BBC Prom with Gustavo Dudamel and the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra. On CD: Mahler with Boulez and the Wiener Philharmoniker, and Music for a While – Baroque melodies by Caccini, Monteverdi, Frescobaldi, Ferrari, Dowland and Purcell

2006 World premiere of Sven-David Sandström’s St. John Passion in Stockholm. European tours with the programmes “I Let The Music Speak” and “Excerpts from the Great American Songbook”. CD releases: I Let The Music Speak – with the music of ABBA and songs by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus, and the Christmas album Noël. On Hélène Grimaud’s disc Reflection she performs three songs by Clara Schumann

2007 Role debut as Brangaene in Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde; appearances include Didon in Berlioz’s Les Troyens, Ravel’s Shéhérazade, Mozart’s Requiem at the Verbier Festival and Berlioz’s Les Nuits d’été; recitals with Forsberg in Europe. Her greatly acclaimed recording of music by Jewish prisoners in the Theresienstadt (Terezín) concentration camp is awarded a Diapason d’or
2008 Orfeo, Bach’s St. Matthew Passion, and Mahler’s Des Knaben Wunderhorn in Stockholm; Lully’s Thésée in Paris; Ravel’s Shéhérazade at the Deutsche Oper Berlin; Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress under Nikolaus Harnoncourt in Vienna; Mozart arias in Salzburg and Canteloube’s Chants d’Auvergne in Grenoble, Frankfurt, Spain and at the Budapest Festival under Marc Minkowski; Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde and Berlioz’s Les Troyens with the Boston Symphony Orchestra under James Levine. Residency at Vienna’s Musikverein. Festival appearances in Sweden, Tanglewood, Santander, Lucerne, and Edinburgh. Christmas concert tour to the Far East. Release of Swedish orchestral songs by Hans Gefors, Anders Hillborg (both world-premiere recordings) and Laci Boldemann with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra and Kent Nagano
2009 Mahler’s Symphony no. 3 with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Stockholm and the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin; Wagner’s Götterdämmerung in Stockholm and at the Aix-en-Provence Festival; Mahler’s Symphony no. 8 in the USA; Songs from Theresienstadt in the USA, on tour in Europe, at the Rheingau, Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern music festivals and at the Schubertiade; Offenbach’s La Grande Duchesse de Gérolstein in Basle. Bach is on the programme of two European tours with Concerto Copenhagen to support her new recording of famous arias by J. S. Bach with Concerto Copenhagen under Lars Ulrik Mortensen, which is due for release in the spring
2/2009

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