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Nadine Lehner

Nadine Lehner is known for her ravishing beauty, the warmth and authenticity of her voice, and the riveting portrayals of her characters.
In the 2016/17 season at Theater Bremen, Ms. Lehner makes her debut in Parsifal as Kundry and reprise the role of Charlotte in Werther from the last season.

She made her debut with Theater Bremen in 2004 and has been seen in many leading roles each year, including her award winning performances of Tatiana in Eugene Onegin (Kurt Hu%u0308bner Prize) and Zerlina in Don Giovanni (Silberner Roland audience prize for theater).

Nadine Lehner has performed in theaters and concert halls across Europe and Asia, so she sung Sandrina in La Finta Giardiniera at Theater Bonn. With the Staatsoper Berlin she has appeared as Barbarina in Le Nozze di Figaro and the Young Shepherd in Tannha%u0308user, and with Deutsche Oper as Papagena in a production of Die Zauberflo%u0308te that was featured in the critically-acclaimed documentary In Search of Mozart (Naxos DVD). She has sung under the baton of many of the world's leading conductors, including: Daniel Barenboim, Peter Ruzicka, Kent Nagano, Michael Gielen, Sebastian Weigle, Markus Poschner and Ivor Bolton.

On the concert stage, Ms. Lehner has performed at the Salzburg Festival, where she sang Schumann's Manfred; with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, with whom she was a soloist in St. John Passion; at Beethovenfest in Bonn, where she sang Mahler's arrangement of Symphony No. 9; and with Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra she sang Strauss' Vier letzte Lieder.

Nadine Lehner holds a professional degree from the Hanns Eisler College of Music in Berlin, where she studied under Norma Sharp, Wolfram Rieger, Dietrich Fischer- Dieskau, and Julia Varady. She has sung in master classes of, among others, Hans Hotter and Inge Borkh. She is recipient of the Manifold Young Musical Artist Prize, the Walter Kaminsky Foundation Prize (Berlin Competition for Singing), the Franz Grothe Prize (Berlin Competition for Singing), the Berlin Salon Prize, and a scholarship from the Gotthard- Schierse Foundation. 

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