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Margot Oitzinger (Mezzo-soprano)

Born: Graz, Austria

The Austrian mezzo-soprano, Margot Oitzinger, started her musical education at the Johann-Joseph-Fux Conservatory in Graz on the flute. Upon leaving school, she studied singing at the University of Art in Graz with Annemarie Zeller, Rosemarie Schmied and Tom Sol. During her time in Graz she spent six months in Lugano, Switzerland, studying with Luisa Castellani. She graduated with honours in Graz. She also participated in several Renaissance and Baroque courses with Jill Feldman, Emma Kirkby and Wolf-Matthias Friedrich. She is winner of the second prize of the international Baroque singing competition in Chimay (Belgium) 2006.

Margot Oitzinger is member of the vocal ensembles ensemble contralti and a piú voci, specialising in renaissance and baroque music. As a soloist she worked with ensembles such as the Concerto Copenhagen, Wiener Akademie, Bach Consort, Capella Savaria, Concerto Tivoli and Capella Leopoldina.

Her concert repertoire includes the alto roles in numerous oratorios and cantatas mostly from the Baroque periode and also Contemporary Music. As far as opera is concerned, Margot Oitzinger sang the role of Bastien in W.A. Mozartís Bastien und Bastienne; Tangia in Gluckís Le Cinesi; Apollo in Johann Joseph Fuxí Dafne in Lauro. The role of Lisetta in Haydnís Il mondo della Luna she sang at the Kammeroper Graz and she performed the role of Matilda in George Frideric Handelís Ottone at the Donaufestwochen in Upper Austria. She also gave many Lieder and chanson concerts.

Her opera and concert engagements included appearences at international festivals such as the Händelfestival in Halle, the Styriarte, Psalm, Steirischer Herbst or the Jeunesse. Her performing schedule has taken her so far besides Austria to Germany, Italy Switzerland, Bulgaria, South Africa, Singapore and the Phillipines.

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Source: Margot Oitzinger Website
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Aryeh Oron (October 2009)

Recordings of Bach Cantatas & Other Vocal Works




John Butt


BWV 232

Lorenzo Ghielmi


Video (2012): BWV 159, BWV 22

Rudolf Kelber


BWV 246

Bernward Lohr


BWV 131, BWV 182

Rudolf Lutz


DVD/CD: BWV 12, BWV 34, BWV 67, BWV 70, BWV 78, BWV 91 [2016], BWV 94, BWV 108, BWV 119, BWV 147, BWV 155, BWV 159, BWV 184
BWV 244

Renato Negri


Video: BWV 232

Rainer Oster


BWV 33, BWV 137

Andrew Parrott


V-3 (2013): BWV 244

Andreas Pixner


BWV 245

Marcel Ponseele


BWV 146

Links to other Sites

Margot Oitzinger - Mezzosopran (Official Website) [German]
J.S. Bach-Stiftung, St. Gallen: Margot Oitzinger [German]
Margot Oitzinger - mezzo-soprano (Styriarte)

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