Nina Adlon

soprano voice

Nina Adlon’s recent performances include concerts at the Wiener Konzerthaus as well as to the Musikverein in Vienna, including a role in the rediscovery of Jaromir Weinberger’s Opera „Wallenstein“ and Mendelssohn’s Hymn „Hör mein Bitten“ for Soprano, Choir and Organ.

For her newest project performing Olivier Messiaen’s song cycle Harawi she joins forces with the wonderful French pianist and Messiaen specialist Roger Muraro, who initiated bringing the one hour long „Song of love and death“ to the stage.

Nina Adlon has performed Mozart's Donna Anna, Contessa, Arminda, and Erste Dame, and Richard Strauss’ Arabella. Richard Wagner’s Elsa, Eva and Elisabeth are also part of her repertoire.

She also enjoys Operettas and has sung Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus, Hanna Glawari in Lustige Witwe and the Gräfin Mariza in Vienna, New York, Boston and Sydney. On top she also was involved in television and radio productions for SWR and 3sat.

Other engagments took Nina Adlon to the Oper Bonn, Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Salzburger Landestheater, Salzburger Festspiele, Opera Monte Carlo to name just a few.

In the summer of 2010 she acted and sung the part of Anna von Mildenburg in the award winning feature film „Mahler auf der Couch“ and recorded the four songs by Alma Mahler for the sound track CD accompanied by Rico Gulda.

Amongst others, she has worked with Prof. August Everding, Doris Dorrie, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Christian Thielemann, Walter Weller, Ivor Bolton, Per Boysen, Michael Hofsteatter and Cornelius Meister.

Born in Düsseldorf Nina completed her studies for singing and piano at the Folkwanghochschule in Essen at the age of 14. She continued her studies in singing and performance art at the Tschaikowski-Conservatory in Moskau and the Robert-Schumann- Hochschule in Düsseldorf. She lives with her husband and their children in Vienna. 

(Jan 2017)

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