Sarah Längle

Sarah Längle was born and raised in Liechtenstein, studied in Vienna and presently resides in Berlin. Her opera career has taken her to Ulm, Aachen, Flensburg, St. Pölten, Hagen, the National Theater Mannheim, and the Bregenzer Festspiele. Ms. Längle’s concert repertoire includes works by Bach, Mozart, Händel, Mendelssohn, among others, and she also performs in chamber music ensembles. In 2015 Sarah Längle started a three-year guest professorship at Jiujiang University in China. >>Website of Sarah Längle

Carmela Konrad

Soprano Carmela Konrad studied guitar and singing at the Lucerne college of music.
The successful soloist sings at the KKL and at concert halls and opera houses in Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Italy, Hungary and Egypt. Carmela Konrad has been awarded prizes by the Marianne and Curt Dienemann Foundation and the city of Wels (Austria), as well as the first prize of the Elvira Lüthy-Wegmann Foundation (Switzerland). >>Website of Carmela Konrad

Liliane Glanzmann

Liliane Glanzmann gained a concert diploma with distinction under the guidance of Prof. Peter Brechbühler. She has been awarded prizes by the Migros-Genossenschaft-Bund, the Ernst Göhner Foundation, the Max and Axelle Koch Foundation (commendation prize), the international summer academy of the Mozarteum University of Salzburg, the Elvira Lüthi-Wegmann competition and the International Association of Wagner Societies.>>Website of Lilian Glanzmann

Karl Jerolitsch

Austrian-born Karl Jerolitsch first took to the stage as an alto soloist at the age of ten.
After studying singing in Graz, he made his debut at the Baden state opera house in Karlsruhe. He has since appeared at the opera houses in Basel, Düsseldorf, St. Gallen and elsewhere.
Karl Jerolitsch has worked with well-known international conductors and taken part in numerous radio and CD recordings.

Samuel Zünd

Samuel Zünd studied in Amsterdam, Basel and Zurich. The multiple prize-winner co-founded the Vokalensemble Zürich and is a regular guest at the Neue Hofkapelle Innsbruck.
He gives Lieder recitals and concerts in the USA, Great Britain, Germany, Austria, France, Holland, Belgium and Switzerland.
He has participated in opera productions from the Baroque to the modern eras, including at the Zürcher Festspiele. He has also sung in numerous radio, CD and television recordings. >>Website of Samuel Zünd