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L. Bernstein: Glitter and be Gay (Candide)



Andrea Conangla, soprano
Olga Wien, piano

HMDK Stuttgart, 2021



H. Wolf: Die Spröde



Andrea Conangla, soprano
Tatsuya Ohira, piano



John Cage: Aria



The scores of John Cage offer a very open field of possibility. It was very important for to bring a bit of me to the piece, something that was on my mind that filled the space that John Cage left open. My interpretation this piece went through many phases of exploration and experimentation. This final version was born in the peak of the #metoo movement and is a product of long consideration and discussion with my colleagues, family and friends. Harassment is—unfortunately—part of most women's lives. I felt it was important to bring this discussion to the classical and contemporary music field, as it is absolutely not exempt of guilt, very much on the contrary. 




A. Schoenberg: Der genügsame Liebhaber (1901)




Andrea Conangla, soprano
Kamila Lopatka, piano
Recording: Johannes Schropp

Haus der Geschichte Baden-Württemberg, Stuttgart



C. Debussy: Pierrot




Andrea Conangla, soprano
Tatsuya Ohira, piano