are truly proud to present an other outstanding concert





24th May 2014, at 20:00h
Tickets €15



Opera Arias and Duets from Mozart to Verdi
Favourite Songs from the Great Song Repertoire-Classics to Broadway



Wilhelmina Hardee
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Tickets available from

Auditori Teulada Moraira: Wednesday to Saturday 11:00-13:00 and 18:00-20:00
Ayuntamiento de Teulada: Monday to Friday 9:00-15:00
Espai La Senieta, Moraira: Monday to Friday 9:00-15:00
or via / 902 444 300


Assistance with tickets

Wilhelmina Hardee will be at La Senieta every Friday 10:00-12:00h.

We also preform

23rd of May 2014 in Auditorio de Diputación de Alicante (ADDA).

25th of May 2014 at the Parador in Javea.

Information: Wilhelmina Hardee
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Tel: 96 574 9023 / Mobile: 639 371 625

The Curtis institute of Music educates and trains exceptionally gifted young musicians for careers as performing artists on the highest professional
level. One of the world's leading conservatories, Curtis provides its 168 students with full-tuition scholarships and personalized attention from a celebrated faculty.
Its distinvtive "learn by doing" approach has produced an impressive number of notable artists, from such legends as Leonard Bernstein and Samuel Barber
to current stars, Jonathan Biss, Juan Diego Florez, Alan Gilbert, Hilary Hahn, Jennifer Higdon, and Lang Lang. Curtis alumni hold principal chairs in every
major American orchestra, and each season they are featured as guest soloists with the world's leading orchestras, opera houses, and chamber music series.

Curtis's innovative programs encourage students to perform often and hone 21st-century musical skills. The school's facilities offer superb spaces for
music making, as well as state-of-the-art technologies to enhance learning. In addition to more than 200 performances in and around Philadelphia each year,
students perform internationally with "Curtis On Tour". When they graduate, they become musical leaders, making a profound impact on music around the globe.
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Curtis on Tour is the global touring initiative of the Curtis Institute of Music. An embodiment of the school's "learn by doing" philosophy, it offers students real-world, professional touring experience alongside celebrated alumni and faculty. In addition to performances, students frequently offer master classes, in-school demonstrations, and other community engagement activities. Since Curtis On Tour was established in 2008, students, faculty, and alumni have traveled to 44 destinations in Europe, Asia, and North and South America, with new venues added each year.

Mikael Eliasen, piano

Mikael EliasenDanish-born coach and accompanist Mikael Eliasen received his early training in Copenhagen, Montreal and Vienna. He has collaborated with numerous singers in recital worldwide, including Robert Merrill, Tom Krause, John Shirley-Quirk, Elly Ameling, Edith mathis, Florence Quivar, Mira Zakai, Sarah Walker,
Joan Patenaude-Yarnell, and Curtis alumni Theodore Uppman, Michael Shade, and Rinat Shaham

He has recorded for Albany Records, CBC, Hilversum Radio, Polish State Radio, Krol Israel, Irish radio and Television, London Records, MHS, and Supraphon.
Mr. Eliason has given master classes at Aix-en-Provence, The Shanghai Conservatory, Tchaikovsky Conservatory (Moskow), Jerusalem Music Center, and
National Opera of Prague. He has a long association with the young-artist program at the Royal Danish Opera and the Opera Studio of Amsterdam.
In the United States, he works regularly at the Lyric Opera of Chicago, La Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Pittsburgh Opera, Santa Fe Opera, and the
Metropolitan Opera.

Mr. Eliasen was music director of the San Fransisco Opera Center from 1994 to 1996 and artistic director of the European Center for Opera and Vocal Art in Belgium from 1984 to 1994. In 2013 he was appointed artistic adviser to Opera Philadelphia.
Mr. Eliasen joined the faculty of the Curtis Institute of Music in 1986 and became the head of the department in 1988.

Lauren Eberwein, Mezzo-Soprano

Lauren EberweinMezzo-soprano Lauren Eberwein, from Calgary, Alberta, entered the Curtis Institute of Music in 2011 and studies with William Stone, adjunct faculty. All students at Curtis receive merit-based full tuition scholarships, and Ms. Eberwein holds the Carol and Howard L. Lidz Fellow.

Ms. Eberwein's roles with the Curtis Opera Theatre include Tisbe in Rossini's "La Cenerentola", Mother Marie in Poulenc's "Dialogues of the Carmelites",
the Drummer in Victor Ullman's "Emperor of Atlantis", the title role in Purcell's "Dido and Aaneas", and the Second Lady in Mozart's "Magic Flute".
In 2013 she was a soloist with the Maryland Symphony for "A Night at the Opera". Also in 2013, she parcipitated in 90th Birthday performance of Curtis
alumnus Ned Rorem's epic song cycle "Evidence of Things Not Seen", in the presence of the composer. She recently made her debut with Opera Philadelphia in "Double Exposure", an evening of works by composers in residence, Lembit Beecher and Missy Mazzoli.

In 2013 Ms. Eberwein received the Colburn Fellowship to attend the Songfest Institute in Los Angeles, where she studied song repertoire and performed recitals with renowned pianists Grahan Johnson and Martin Katz.

Spencer Lang, Tenor

Spencer LangSpencer Lang, from Sandy, Oregon, entered the Curtis Institute of Music in 2012 and studies with Marlena Kleinman Malas. Mr. Lang holds the Barbara Moskow Fellow.
For the Curtis Opera Theatre, Mr. Lang has sung the roles of Nemorino in "L'elisir d'amore" , Geoffredo in "Rinaldo", Lechmere in "Owen Wingrave", and
Monostatos in "The Magic Flute", among others. He was Flute/Thisbe in Britten's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at the Aspen Opera Theatre in 2011 and sang the title role in Britten's "Albert Herring" at Pacific Lutheran University in 2009. He has performed as a soloist with the Juilliard Orchestra, Juilliard 415, the
Northwest Sinfonietta, and the Pacific Lutheran University orchestra.

Mr. Lang received a bachelor's degree from Pacific Lutheran University in 2010 and a master's degree from the Juilliard School in 2012. He attended the
Marlboro Music Festival in 2013 and will return in 2014. He has also attended the Aspen Music Festival and School and the Chautauqua Institution.
In addition to his vocal training, Mr. Lang has studied the piano since the age of five. His previous voice teachers include Dwight Uphaus, Steven King,
James Brown and Vinson Cole.