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Operavladarski.comNetta OR Soprano
Netta Or was born in Israel, she studied at the Music High School in Cologne with Prof.
Leisenheimer and joined master classes of Kurt Moll and Joan Dorneman, already with ten
years she sang smaller roles like 1° Knabe in „Zauberflöte“ and appeared in „Macbeth“ at the
theatre of Aachen. First guest contracts brought her to the theatre in Bonn as Serpina in
„Serva Padrona“ by Pergolesi, to Montepulciano as Despina and to Hagen for „Hänsel und
Gretel“. Till 2009 she was engaged in Düsseldorf, where she was heard as Zerlina, Musette,
Marzelline, Nuri, Gretel, Donna Elvira, Konstanze and Adina.
She sang concerts at the Schlosskonzert in Brühl, in Bayreuth, at Festspielhaus St. Pölten, in
Nurnberg baroque concerts with Mo. Märkl, in Bonn „Messias“, in Cologne and Paris
„Johannespassion“ and in San Sebastian Mozart concerts.
She sang in Karlsruhe Alceste in Händel’s pasticcio „Die Plagen“, in Cologne and at Théâtre
des Champs Elysées in Paris „Johannespassion“, in Potsdam Aspasia in „Orfeo“ of Graun,
Iöle in „Hercules“ by Händel, in Göttingen Händel’s „Jephta“, in Utrecht Graun’s „Orfeo“
and in Klagenfurt and Kassel „Italiana in Algeri“.
Netta Or made her successful debut as Aspasia in „Mitridate“ at the Festival in Salzburg with
Mo. Minkowski, she got engaged by the Festival in Schwetzingen for Scarlatti’s „Telemaco“
with Mo. Hengelbrock, by Dublin for Rosemene in Händel’s „Imeneo“ and by Madrid and
Bremen for „Mitridate“. She sang her first Donna Anna at Festival Klosterneuburg/Vienna
(with new contract for 2011 as Countess in „Nozze di Figaro“), a role she sang also in
Düsseldorf and Amsterdam, as Donna Elvira she was heard in Essen and with „Mitridate“ in
2009/2010 she sang Fulvia in Händel’s “Ezio“ at the Festival in Schwetzingen (Cremonesi
Krämer), Fiordiligi in St. Gallen, Donna Anna in Leipzig and Singapore, „Johannespassion“
in Hannover, „Faramondo“ (Händel) in Paris as well as concerts with the ensemble
Mattheus with Mo. Spinos, „Stabat Mater“ by Pergolesi with Mo. Cremonesi in Den Haag
2011 she was singing Bach/Pergolesi concerts in Milan, Musette in Verbier, Countess in
„Nozze di Figaro“ in Klosterneuburg/Vienna, Pergolesi’s „Stabat Mater“ in Amsterdam,
„Messa Cecilia“ of Scarlati in Ascona and „Messias“ with Mo. Dantone in Ravenna and
2011/12 she is singing „Romolo ed Ersilla“ of Hasse in Innsbruck, Adele in Nancy,
„Temistocle“ at the „Mozartwochen“ in Mannheim and Schwetzingen, she makes her debut
as Violetta in a „Traviata“ production in Coburg, where she is singing in summer 2012 also
2012/13 she will be heard as Alcina in Stuttgart, as Konstanze at Volksoper Vienna, as
Foleville in “Viaggio a Reims” in Hannover, with Carmina Burana in Cologne, as Rosalinde
in Salzburg and Essen, 2013/14 she will sing Donna Anna in St. Gallen, "Il Battista"
(Caldera) in Cologne, Giovanna d'Arco in Bielefeld and in summer 2014 "Leocippo" from
Hasse at Festival in Schwetzingen, 2014/15 she will be heard as Konstanze in St. Gallen.
Ms. Or has recorded on CD „Demofoonte“, „Ezio“ and „Mitridate“ (Decca).
Curriculum Vitae Dieter Kunz, M.D. Professional status: Clinical psychiatrist, sleep researcher, clinical chronobiologist Current Affiliation and Positions: 1. Head: Department of Sleepmedicine, St. Hedwig-Krankenhaus , Große Hamburger Str. 5–11, 10115 Berlin, Germany; www.puk-charite-shk.de ; Tel.: ++49 – (0)30 – 2311 2900; Fax.: ++49 – (0)30 –2311 2913; e-mail.: diet