For me, singing is the most natural form of connecting with people. Singing allows me to create a common harmony with others. When I sing, I feel close to the nature of the physical world while creating a passage to the spiritual world.
Love poetry in Baroque
Joint concert by Eszter Völner (soprano) and Bacchus Consort. XI. ARS SACRA Festival - Péliföldszentkereszt 17 September 2010 18 hours
"From folk to Kodály"
November 24 at 7 pm Hilton Garden Inn Downtown Cleveland at 1100 Carnegie Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Purcell: Dido and Aeneas
Dido: Eszter Völner
the Simplicissimus Chamber Ensemble (artistic director: Zsombor Németh)
I study classical singing at Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music under the tutelage of opera singer Júlia Pászthy. Earlier, I learned singing technique in Vienna with Claudia Visca and in Budapest with Maria Teresa Uribe. At the Richter János Conservatory of Music in Győr, I graduated from the classical singing and violin faculty. As a member of the conservatory’s string orchestra between 2008-2010, I took part in national music festivals in Einsiedeln, Switzerland....Details
Völner Esther and Martin Stummer, singing accompanied by guitar. With László Horváth (guitar). Included are works by Dowland, Coste, Bellini, Rossini and Giuliani.
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