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An die Musik D. 547 (Schober)
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(1797 - 1828)


Sharon Rostofr-Zamir, soprano
Daniel Gortler, piano

Im frühling D. 882
Der Musensohn D. 764
Ganymed D. 544
Bei dir allein D. 866
Auf dem Wasser zu singen D. 774
Die junge Honne D. 828
Der Einsame D. 800
Suleika I D. 720; Sensucht D. 879
Sehensucht D.879
Suleika II D. 717
Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt
An Silvia D. 891
Gretchen am Spinnrade D. 118
Fischerweise D. 881
Heidenröslein D. 257
An die Musik D. 547


SHARON ROSTORF-ZAMIR is one of Israel's most successful and respected opera singers. At 24, she was already a principal soloist with the Frankfurt Opera House, where she remained for five seasons. She has starred regularly at the Israel Opera, where her roles have included Norina, Olympia, Pamina, Cleopatra and many more. In 2002 and 2006, Israeli critics voted her Opera Singer of the Year. She has appeared in Europe, Japan and the U.S. in operas, song recitals and as a soloist with orchestras. In 2004, Mrs. Rostorf-Zamir made her New York City Opera debut as Susanna in Mozart's "Le Nozze di Figaro" to high critical acclaim. She has also sung in the opera houses of Paris, Prague, Bilbao, Madrid, Rome, London and many more. She appears often with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra under Zubin Mehta, and has also worked with conductors such as Kurt Masur, Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, Julius Rudel, Dan Ettinger, and many others. Acclaimed Israeli pianist Daniel Gortler has delighted both audiences and critics alike with his memorable performances around the world, receiving great praise for both his technical mastery and his musical ingenuity. Daniel Gortler has performed as soloist with orchestras such as the London Philharmonic Berlin Radio, the Bavarian Radio, NDR, Bochum Symphony, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, as well as Houston, San Francisco, New World, Atlanta and San Jose Symphony Orchestras. In addition he has also performed with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra as well as all orchestras in his home country of Israel.

DANIEL GORTLER has performed as soloist with orchestras such as the Israel and London Philharmonic, Berlin and Bavarian Radio Symphonies, Suisse Romande, as well as Houston, San Francisco, New World, and Atlanta Symphony Orchestras. He has played under the baton of maestro Gergiev, Mehta, Eschenbach, Tilson Thomas, Levi, Talmi, Sloane, Welzer-Most, Honeck, Rodan, Ahronovich, Grin and others. In addition to his frequent orchestral and recital performances, Daniel Gortler is an avid chamber music performer. He regularly performs with artists such as Bo Skovhus, Nikolaj Znaider, David Garrett, and Steven Isserlis. Daniel Gortler won First prizes in Chile's Vina del Mar International Competition in 1987, and in the Bremen International Competition in 1991,Second in the Munich International Piano Competition, and, at the age of 19, Second at the Geneva International Competition. He has also won the Gina Bachauer Award in Jerusalem and the Salon de Virtuoso annual award in New York. Gortler studied the piano with Ms. Neomi Hacohen and graduated at the Rubin Music Academy in Tel-Aviv University and the Musikhochschule in Hanover Germany where he studied both places with Prof. Arie Vardi. Gortler is currently a faculty member of the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music at Tel-Aviv University.