With her flexible and expressive high soprano, Eva Resch is one of the most exciting singers of the younger generation. Her debut CD Being Beauteous with songs by Claude Debussy and Benjamin Britten was nominated for the German Record Critics' Award, and her CD Insights featuring Arnold Schoenberg’s complete string quartets in collaboration with the Asasello Quartet also received several awards. Both CDs were released by GENUIN classics.
Eva Resch studied voice and scene design at the universities of music in Würzburg and Karls ruhe. In addition, she was influenced artistically by private studies with Eugen Rabine and master classes with Peter Konwitschny and Helmut Deutsch. As an interpreter of contemporary music, she has been invited to the Teatro del Palacio de Bellas Artes (Mexico) and the Festival Internacional Cervantino in Guanajuato (Mexico) and has made guest appearances at the National Theater in Warsaw, Malmö Opera, German National Theater Weimar, Bonn Opera, Munich Biennale, Vienna Festival, and Berliner Festspiele.
She has performed and premiered works by Wolfgang Rihm, Pascal Dusapin, Thomas Adès, Johannes Maria Staud, and Vladimir Tarnopolsky. Eva Resch has worked with such directors as Claus Guth and Werner Schroeter and has sung under the baton of Franck Ollu, Stefan Asbury, Walter Koberá, and Alicia Mounk. She also devotes herself to chamber music projects with great enthusiasm, having sung Benedict Mason’s Chaplin Operas with the Ensemble Modern at the Perm Tchaikovsky Opera and Ballet Theater (Russia) and at the Philharmonie Essen, and designed a pop concert with the exceptional QNG Recorder Quartet.
Picture: Joerg Schwalfenberg
The Artist's Homepage: http://eva-resch.de
Lieder by Ullmann, Schönberg, Webern and Schreker
Eva Resch, Soprano - Eric Schneider, Piano
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