Biographical Data

Ana Häsler – Mezzo-Soprano

She usually sings in the theaters:

Bayerische Staatsoper, Teatro Real in Madrid, Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona, Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, Teatro Nacional de la Zarzuela in Madrid, Brandenburg Opera House, Nikolai-Saal in Potsdam, Teatro Comunale di Ferrara, Teatro Amadeo Roldán in La Habana, Guillermo Valencia de Popayán in Colombia, Teatro SCAR in Brazil, Arriaga and Euskalduna in Bilbao, Cervantes in Málaga, Maestranza in Sevilla, Campoamor in Oviedo, Calderón de la Barca in Valladolid, Palacio de Festivales in Santander, Teatro Kolaraç in Belgrado…

Performing with the orchestras:

Sinfónica de Minería in México, Dresdner Philharmonie, Stuttgarter Kammerorchester, Carl Philippe Emanuell Kammerorchester of Berlín, Sinfónica Nacional de España, Radio y Televisión Española Orchestra, Real Filharmonía de Galicia, Sinfónica de EAFIT of Medellín, Sinfónica de Baleares, Sinfónica de Murcia, Sinfónica de la Comunidad de Madrid, Belgrade Symphony Orchestra, Caen Symphony Orchestra, Sinfónica de Extremadura, Sinfónica de Oriente in Cuba, Sinfónica de Sant Cugat del Vallès, among others.

She has worked under the musical direction of:

Luciano Berio, Zubin Mehta, Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, Ives Abel, Christopher Hogwood, Salvador Mas, Josep Pons, Antoni Ros-Marbà, Luis Remartínez, Edmon Colomer, Adrian Leaper, Juan de Udaeta, Cristóbal Halffter, Maximino Zumalave, Carlos Miguel Prieto, Josep Caballé-Domènech, José María Sánchez-Verdú, Pedro Halffter, Hansjörg Schellenberger, Christian Florea, George Pehlivanian, Mark Foster, Tamás Vásáry, Jorge Gustavo Mejía Medina, Josep Ferré, Paolo Arrivabeni, Charles Olivieri-Munroe, Juan Pablo Simón, José Luis García Asensio, Andrea Cazzaniga, Marc Moncusí, Aleksandar Markovic, Eugene Sirotkin, Francesco Belli o Alex Klein.

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Rodolfo Häsler, Juan José Falcón Sanabria, Ana Häsler and Jean-Pierre Dupuy. World premiere of “Songs of Knowledge and Feeling”, Las Palmas, June 18, 2014.

Ana has premiered the following works:

“Palintropos Harmonie” by Pedro Halffter, “Al Fuego, al Poeta, a la Palabra” by Claudio Prieto, “Nueve Gacelas por el Monte Líbano” by Miquel Ortega, based on verses of Rodolfo Häsler, “Tres Canciones Amarillas” by Juan Manuel Marrero, “Ciego de Amor” by Anton Garcia Abril, based on a poem by José Viñals, and “Songs of Knowledge and Feeling” (“Canciones del Saber y El Sentir”) by Juan José Falcón Sanabria (Poems by Rodolfo Häsler).

She also has performed the premiere in Mexico of “La Atlántida” by Manuel de Falla, the premiere in Cuba of “A Hero” by Jorge Gustavo Mejia Medina and world first auditions of the comprehensive Spanish and French songs of the writer and composer Paul Bowles with performances in Spain, Serbia and Morocco, and of the Cuban composer Gisela Hernandez (Integral de Canciones) in Beirut, Lebanon.

FEMUSC - 10º Festival de Música de Santa Catarina   Informações adicionais: O 10º Festival de Música de Santa Catarina - Femusc- ocorre de 18  a 31 de janeiro, no Centro Cultural de Jaraguá do Sul, Santa Catarina. Maior festival-escola da América Latina e um dos mais importantes eventos do mundo, reúne reúne cerca de 800 participantes representando 30 países. Deste total, 630 estudantes e 90 professores e regentes, integrados em uma programação de mais de 200 atividades entre concertos e apresentações em espaços alternativos. PARA MAIS INFORMAÇÕES SOBRE O 10º FEMUSC: Assessoria de Imprensa – (47) 3275-4377 / (47) 9268-5055 e (47) 9121-7469 / imprensa@femusc.com.br

Claudio Jaffe, Ana Häsler y Alex Klein, during Femusc 2015.

She has recorded innovative albums:

“Paul Bowles and Spain” (Columna Música), “The Little Horses and other Lullabies” (Armando Records), the opera “Don Quixote” by Cristobal Halffter (Glossa Music), “Amadeus Novecento” with works by Luciano Berio (Amadeus), “Cinco Canciones Negras” by Xavier Montsalvatge (Sony) and “Composers Polyphony “ with works of Cristobal Halffter (Cervantes Institute Bremen).

She received the following Scholarships:

Fellowship from the Swiss Government in Bern, Scholarship from the Austrian Ministry of Education and Science, Albéniz Foundation Scholarship and  Heidi Wolf Scholarship, to complete their studies at the “Conservatorio de Música del Bruc” and the Opera School in Barcelona, the “Musik-Hochschule” in Vienna and the “Queen Sofía High School of Music” in Madrid.

Her upcoming performances include Recitals in Europe, the Symphony Nr.2 “Resurrection” by Mahler (FEMUSC 2017), “Il Tramonto” by Respighi (Arianna Quartet) as well as the World Premiere of “The Apocalypse of Hope and Mercy“, an audiovisual show of Ana and Alejandro Häsler.

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