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Transcript of 5000 miles
...FROM SEATTLE WITH LOVE
CONTACT CHRISTINA FOR BOOKING
Christina and Madeline connected as musicians and friends in 2009 when Christina moved from Bonn, Germany to Seattle, WA, USA. They now live more than 5000 miles (8000 Kilometers) apart, but the gift of music has inspired them to create this concert for you.
A CONCERT FEATURING THE VERY BEST AMERICAN ART SONGS
performing songs by...
MADELINE BERSAMINA soprano
Audience members described Madeline’s recent solo work as “brilliant,” “sublime” and “perfect and true.” A versatile performer, Madeline’s repertoire spans from Baroque to contemporary art song. She has sung for conductors such as Maestro Helmuth Rilling, Matthew Halls, Marin Alsop, and Karen P. Thomas. Recent and upcoming engagements include Bach Johannes-Passion, Handel Dixit Dominus, Pergolesi Stabat Mater and Actéon, a French Baroque opera by Charpentier. An avid recitalist, Madeline has performed art song programs in California and Washington and was a finalist for a West Coast recital competition this year. She lives in Seattle with her husband Richard and cat Delphi.
Christina discovered her passion for chamber music during her studies at the Music Conservatory in Cologne and refined her skills through study with the Alban-Berg-Quartet. Throughout her professional life she has performed extensively across Germany with various ensembles, most notably with “Trio con brio” which was awarded with the prestigious "Schubert Prize for Chamber Music." Christina has enriched her musical life in London, where she studied music education at Goldsmith University, and Seattle, where she studied improvisation. She moved home to Bonn in August and has been performing a program of tango music, building her private piano teaching studio, and settling into her home with her husband Peter, son Josh, and cat Bella.