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Eva Bornemann (Contralto)

Born: 1926 - Wuppertal, Germany

The German contralto, Eva Bornemann, studied first music science, and then she became pupil of the singing teachers Lore Fischer and Eva Liebenberg.

From 1949 to 1951 Eva Bornemann was engaged by the State Opera of Stuttgart, however she decided then to appear only as a concert singer. In 1955 she won the International Singing Competition of s'Hertogenbosch, and received the rarely given Kathleen Ferrier medal. As concert alto singer she had a successful career in Germany. In addition, she was considered as an excellent J.S. Bach interpreter, and had successes in oratorios and church music works of George Frideric Handel, L.v. Beethoven, W.A. Mozart, Verdi and Bruckner. She dedicated herself gladly to contemporary works, and was a well-known Lieder singer. She appeared very often at the West German broadcast. She sang abroad in Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris and Antwerp.

In addition Eva Bornemann was a sought-after music pedagogue, and since 1969 she was Professor at Musikhochschule Hannover.

Recordings: Bärenreiter-Verlag (Sacred Music Works).

Source: Operissimo Website, English translation by Aryeh Oron (July 2001)
Contributed by
Aryeh Oron (July 2001); Manfred Krugmann (Photos 01-02, May 2011)

Recordings of Bach Cantatas & Other Vocal Works

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As

Works

Friedrich Bihn

Alto

BWV 248

Wilhelm Ehmann

Alto

BWV 64

Hans Heintze

Alto

BWV 33

Karl Ristenpart

Alto

BWV 169
Radio:
BWV 6, BWV 35, BWV 85

Kurt Thomas

Alto

BWV 23, BWV 159

Max Thurn

Alto

Radio: BWV 97, BWV 174

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