Eva Resch studied voice at the Würzburg University of Music with Sigune von Osten and stage performance at the Opera Institute of the Karlsruhe University of Music. She pursued further voice training with Eugen Rabine and completed master classes with Peter Konwitschny and Helmut Deutsch.
Fotografie: Joerg Schwalfenberg
As an interpreter of contemporary music, Eva Resch has been invited to Mexico, where she performed at the Teatro de Bellas Artes and Cervantino Festival in Guanajuato, and has made guest appearances at the Warsaw National Theater, Malmö Opera, Weimar National Theater, and Bonn Opera. She has sung at the Munich Biennale, Vienna Festival, and Berliner Festspiele, performing works by such contemporary composers as Wolfgang Rihm, Pascal Dusapin, Thomas Ades, and Vladimir Tarnopolski. She has also made appearances at the Rostock Community Theater, the Giessen and Coburg Theaters, and the Theater Vorpommern in Stralsund and Greifswald.
Eva Resch has worked with directors Claus Guth and Werner Schroeter and sung under conductors Franck Ollu, Stefan Asbury, Wolfgang Lischke, and Alicija Mounk.
She also participates with great enthusiasm in chamber music projects, having recently sung Benedict Mason’s “Chaplin Operas” with the Ensemble Modern at the Tchaikovsky Theater in Perm, Russia and the Essen Philharmonie, and performed a pop concert with the exceptional QNG Recorder Quartet. At the same time as this CD, GENUIN is also releasing a recording of Schoenberg’s Second String Quartet, featuring Eva Resch with the Asasello-Quartett.
The Artist's Homepage: http://eva-resch.de
Debussy and Britten set poems by
Verlaine and Rimbaud
Eva Resch, Soprano - François Salignat, Piano
The String Quartets by Arnold Schönberg
Asasello-Quartett - Eva Resch, Soprano