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Mária Zádori (Soprano)

Born: Hungary

The renowned Hungarian soprano, Mária Zádori, has been soloist of the Ars Renata Ensemble since 1971, and is a founding member of the Early Music Society of Hungary and the Hungarian Bach Society. She was a member of the Hungarian Radio and Television Choir until 1986, and later became soloist of the Hungarian National Philharmonia.

Her interpretations of Baroque music have secured her a place on the international early music scene, to which numerous prizes awarded Mária Zádori and her many recordings bear witness. The latter include works by Mozart, J.S. Bach, Scarlatti, Dietrich Buxtehude and Antonio Vivaldi. Her performances in the title role of Johann Joseph Fux’s Pulcheria and in George Frideric Handel’s Brockes Passion, HWV 48 have been widely praized. She has toured extensively in Europe, the USA and Australia, and makes frequent appearances in all the important early music festivals. The long list of artists and ensembles she worked with includes Ton Koopman, Nicholas McGegan, René Jacobs, Hermann Max and Il Giardino Armonico.


 

Source: Programme notes to Rishon-Lezion Classical Spring - The 2nd International Music Festival, Israel (March 2001)
Contributed by
Aryeh Oron (March 2001)

Recordings of Bach Cantatas & Other Vocal Works

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Salamon Kamp

Soprano

BWV 1, BWV 2, BWV 3, BWV 5 [2nd, TV], BWV 8, BWV 9, BWV 10, BWV 14, BWV 20, BWV 23, BWV 26, BWV 29 [1st], BWV 29 [2nd], BWV 32, BWV 33, BWV 38 [1st], BWV 38 [2nd], BWV 41, BWV 61, BWV 62 [2nd, TV], BWV 70 [1st], BWV 70 [2nd], BWV 70 [3rd, Video], BWV 80 [1st], BWV 80 [3rd, TV], BWV 84 [1st], BWV 84 [2nd, TV], BWV 84 [3rd, Video], BWV 86, BWV 91, BWV 92, BWV 93, BWV 94, BWV 96 [1st, Video], BWV 96 [2nd], BWV 97, BWV 99, BWV 100, BWV 101, BWV 107 [TV+Audio], BWV 111 [TV], BWV 112, BWV 113, BWV 114 [Video], BWV 115 [Video], BWV 140 [1st], BWV 140 [2nd, TV], BWV 140 [3rd], BWV 166
BWV 232 [1st], BWV 232 [2nd, TV], BWV 243 [1st], BWV 243 [2nd], BWV 243 [3rd, TV], BWV 244 [1st], BWV 244 [2nd], BWV 244 [3rd], BWV 245 [2nd, TV], BWV 245 [4th, TV], BWV 245 [6th, TV], BWV 245 [7th], BWV 248/1-3 [1st], BWV 248/1-3 [2nd, TV+Audio], BWV 248/1-3 [3rd, TV], BWV 248/1-3 [4th], BWV 248/1-3 [6th], BWV 248/4-6 [2012, TV+Audio]

Nicholas McGegan

Soprano

G.F. Handel: Brockes Passion, HWV 48
G.P. Telemann: Brockes Passion, TWV 5:1

Hermann Max

Soprano

J.L. Bach: Cantata Ich will meinen Geist in euch geben, JLB-7
J.L. Bach: Cantata Der Herr wird ein Neues im Lande erschaffen, JLB-13
J.L. Bach: Cantata Die Weisheit kommt nicht in eine boshafte Seele, JLB-14

Pál Németh

Soprano

BWV 57, BWV 58, BWV 59, BWV 152, BWV 202, BWV 209, BWV 210

Mary Terey-Smith

Soprano

J.F. Fasch: Brockes-Passion, FWV F:1

György Vashegyi

Soprano

BWV 23, BWV 27, BWV 44, BWV 47

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