Alexandra Lampert-Raschké, soprano
Alexandra Lampert-Raschké: Soprano, Violinist and Conductor; Winner of the International Music Competition Grand Prize Virtuoso 2017 in Wien (Winners Concert in Musikverein in Vienna); Graduate of Mozarteum University Salzburg (Opera and Music Theatre) and Academy of Music in Katowice (Doctorate Studies, Master of Arts in Voice and Conducting).
She has already worked with, e.g.: J. Kalitzke, H. Graf, M. Formenti, A. Parrott, M. Trojahn, Kl. Ager, T. Murail, Ch. Ofenbauer, R. Goebel, H. Kurosaki, H. Graf, J. Wallnig, K. Röhrig, M. Pörzgen, K. Gruber, M. Legler, J. Cura, W. Ochman, M. Szwajger-Kułakowska, P. Runnberg. She performs e.g.: in Austria (e.g. Goldener- and Gläsenersaal des Musikvereins, Arnold Schönberg Center, Alte Schmiede, Großes Festspielhaus, Großer Saal), Germany (e.g. Herkulessaal der Residenz München), Italy (Verona, Milano, Bari), France (Paris, Lyon), Poland (e.g. Silesian Opera, NOSPR Concert Hall, Concert Hall S1 of Polish Radio); Numerous operatic roles such as e.g.: Pamina, Donna Anna, Musette, Susanna, Adele, Giulia (Limonen aus Sizilien, premiere), Eliza, Meleagro, La Fortuna, Soeur Constance. Festival engagements, e.g.: Warsaw Autumn, Trigonale-Festival der Alte Musik, Salzburger Barocknacht, Europäische Tage Paris, Internationales Bachfest, Aspekte Festival, Dialoge Festival, Bloomsday, Mozartwoche. Cooperate regularly with e.g.: Camerata Silesia in Katowice, IGNM, Association of Polish Composers, OENM, NAMES Ensemble, Gunnar Berg Ensemble, Ensemble Acrobat. Every year she performs numerous world-premiere modern music pieces – frequently as a singer and conductor or singer and violinist simultaneously. She makes albums with newest and world - premiere repertoire.
Her repertoire includes the pieces written and composed with her vocal versatility and flexibility in mind.
She received prestigious Polish Fryderyk-Award (2020), The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage Award, The Ministry of National Education Award and frequently Rector's Award for Academic Merit. In 2016 she was invited to give a lecture during the International Musicology Conference in Royaumont Abbaye (organizers: Paris-Sorbonne University – Rhetoric Department and Schola Cantorum Basiliensis). In 2019 the Assistant Conductor of Camerata Silesia and since 2016 Solo-Voice Teacher in Voice and Acting Department of Music Academy in Katowice (Poland).