3rd Prize € 4.500,- donated by Klavierhaus Streif – Fazioli
The Lied duo was founded in 2004. In 2008, the musicians received a recognition award for Liedgestaltung from the Basler Orchestergesellschaft. In 2011, they recorded “Dichterliebe” at Radiostudio Zürich. The duo attended classes with Werner Güra, Gérard Wyss, Margreet Honig, Daniel Fueter, Hans Adolfsen. Among others, their repertoire includes works by Schubert, Wolf, Fauré, Ravel and Debussy and also contemporary music.
Jakob PILGRAM, Tenor (Switzerland)
Born in 1981 in Liestal, Switzerland. Between 2003 and 2008 lessons with Hans-Jörg Rickenbacher in Basle and until 2011, with Werner Güra in Zurich. Master classes with Margreet Honig (2005-2011), Malin Hartelius (2007) and Hanno Müller-Brachmann (2007). Between 2003 and 2008 studies at the City of Basle Music Academy and at the University of the Arts Zurich until 2011. Master of Arts in Educational Science and Performance with Honours. Oratorio concerts in Switzerland and abroad, guest singer at theatres in Basle, Bern, Lucerne.
Mischa SUTTER, Klavier (Switzerland)
Born in 1980 in Basle. First piano lessons in 1987 with Anna Horvath in Basle and with Janka Wyttenbach (1991-1999), Adrian Oetiker (1999-2003), Filippo Gamba (2005-2008). Master classes with Pascal Devojon, Georges Pludermacher, Gérard Wyss. Studies at City of Basle Music Academy – Teaching and Concert Diploma. Study prize awarded by the Friedl Wald Foundation, BOG recognition prize for Liedgestaltung. Concerts in Switzerland and abroad.
left to right: Mischa Sutter, the Rector-designate of KUG Georg Schulz, Jakob Pilgram and Heimo Streif jun. from Klavierhaus Streif – Fazioli at the prize giving ceremony in the Stefaniensaal, Grazer Congress, on 16.02.2012.
Franz Schubert: Die schöne Müllerin op. 25 D 795: Eifersucht und Stolz