Alison Browner, mezzo-soprano
Alison Browner, mezzo-soprano was born in Dublin. She read music and English at T.C.D. and also studied violin and voice. She won a DAAD Scholarship to the Musikhochschule Hamburg and continued her vocal studies. Important stations in her career have included the Munich Opera Studio, her studies with Hans Hotter, and her first engagements in Darmstadt and Mannheim.
Since her Covent Garden debut in Rossini’s La Cenerentola, she has appeared in many renowned opera houses, including those in Brussels, Antwerp, Gent, Barcelona, Zürich, Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, Stuttgart, as well as at the Bayreuth and Salzburg Fes- tivals (with Gardiner).
She has also appeared as a recitalist with her accompanists Breda Zakotnik, Irwin Gage and Andreas Frese. Her concert successes include appearances the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (Philippe Herreweghe), Concerto Köln (Marcus Creed), Symphony of Harmony and Invention London (Harry Christophers), and Munich Philharmonic (Lothar Zagrosek).
Photography: Reinhard Langschied
The Artist's Homepage: www.alisonbrowner.com
The Complete Choral Works for Male Voices by Franz Schubert, Vol. 3
Camerata Musica Limburg - Jan Schumacher, Conductor - Christoph Prégardien, Tenor - Alison Browner, mezzo-soprano - Andreas Frese, Piano - Tilman Hoppstock, Guitar
The Stream in the Valley
Songs and Duets by Benjamin Britten, Michael Head and John Ireland
Alison Browner, mezzo-soprano - Sharon Carty, mezzo-soprano - Andreas Frese, Piano
Songs of night and love
Romantic partsongs for male choir
Camerata Musica Limburg - Andreas Frese, Piano - Alison Browner, mezzo-soprano - Christoph Prégardien, Tenor - Martin Nyvall, Tenor - Jan Schumacher, Conductor
Schöne Nacht - Romantic partsongs for male choir
Works by R. Vaughan Williams, Franz Schubert, Friedrich Silcher, Wilhelm Nagel, Robert Pracht, Robert Schumann, Otto Fredrik Tullberg and Hugo Alfvén
Camerata Musica Limburg - Jan Schumacher, Conductor - Alison Browner, mezzo-soprano - Christoph Prégardien, Tenor - Andreas Weller, Tenor - Andreas Frese, Piano