They used to move my lifeless body to one side while someone played a piano concerto

The latest guest on Zsolt Bognar’s Living the Classical World is the fast-rising South African soprano, Golda Schulz. Joyous and upbeat as she seems, she used to suffer from crippling stage fright.

‘They used to move my lifeless body to one side while someone played a piano concerto,’ she confides.


Watch. She’s a wonderful communicator.

 

 

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  • Tremendous singer, excellent in recent Porgy at the Met. Can’t wait to hear her again (may be next year at this rate….but hear her we will!)

  • She was a pleasure to work with in rehearsals and performances, and it now turns out that she is a delightful interviewee as well. Thank you ZB for this video and NL for featuring it here.

  • Very powerful interview. Golda is a great soprano (I adore her recordings and saw her live in Mahler 4 and Brahms Requiem) and yes, her art has a therapeutic quality …

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