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Johanna Koslowsky (Soprano)

Born: July 13, 1961 - Germany

The German soprano, Johanna Koslowsky, received her first training in voice from Professor Hilde Wesselmann in Essen at an early age. After successfully completeing grammer school, she studied church music at the Cologne Academy of Music. She later continued her study of voice with Professor Eva Bornemann in Hannover and Mechthild Georg in Cologne. In addition, she also studied under René Jacobs at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis.

Johanna Koslowsky has specialized mainly in music before 1800 and for some years has been appearing as a soloist with numerous renowned ensembles. For example, she regularly sings with Concerto Köln, and Musica Fiata and is a member of the Cantus Cölln vocal Ensemble led by Konrad Junghänel. She has performed on Radio broadcasts in Germany and abroad and on a number of recordings.


Source: Liner notes to CPO CD 999-139-2 (Helbich - Apocryphal Bach Cantatas - 1992); Liner notes to Capriccio 2-CD 60033-2 (Mass in H-Moll, conducted by Max)
Contributed by
Aryeh Oron (January 2001)

Recordings of Bach Cantatas & Other Vocal Works

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Wolfgang Helbich

Soprano

BWV 217, BWV 218, BWV 219, BWV 222

Konrad Junghänel

Soprano

BWV 4, BWV 12, BWV 106, BWV 196, BWV 225-230, BWV 232 (w/ Cantus Cölln)

Hermann Max

Soprano

BWV 232

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