Soprano covers Salzburg world premiere at 72 hours’ notice
November 30, 2015 by norman lebrecht
Hats off to the German soprano Mojca Erdmann who, on Saturday, gave a triumphant premiere at the Mozarteum of Beat Furrer’s new piece, spazio immergente.
Mojca had less than three days to learn the score after Golda Schulz called in sick.
The 15-minute work is a set of variations on a fragment of Mozart melody for soprano and percussion.
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