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Johanna Greulich

Johanna Greulich, born in Hanover, studied opera singing and vocal pedagogy with Prof. Heidrun Kordes in Frankfurt am Main and completed a specialized master's degree in contemporary music with Jürg Henneberger in Basel.
Roles in classical operas and operettas have taken Johanna Greulich to opera houses in Bern, Chur and Lucerne. She has performed in contemporary music theater in Mannheim, Bern, Munich, Lucerne, Heidelberg, Frankfurt, Berlin and Vienna.
The soprano has performed at renowned festivals such as Wien Modern, Lucerne Festival, Munich Biennale and Rainy Days Luxembourg.
There are recordings and reports about her work on Bayrischer Rundfunk, SRF 2 Kultur, SWR 2 and Hessischer Rundfunk.
For the productions »Hypermusic Prologue« by Hector Parra (Berlin/Basel) and »Pnima« by Chaya Czernowin (Lucerne), Johanna Greulich was nominated as Singer of the Year 2013/2014 in the magazine »Opernwelt«.
In 2018, the music theater »Fliegenglas« by Johanna Greulich and Clemens Hund-Göschel was performed at the Konzerttheater Bern at the International Platform for New Music Theater.
Johanna Greulich is particularly interested in the combination of contemporary, classical, popular and early music and performance.
She is a founding member of the Eunoia Quintet (prize-winning ensemble of the Concours Nicati Bern 2015). The Eunoia Quintet creates exciting performative concert formats and new music theater performances. In 2012, the singer received the Special Prize for New Music at the Concours Suisse Ernst Haefliger in Bern. The Hilde Zadek Singing Competition awarded her the special prize for the interpretation of modern music in 2011 and in 2008 she won first prize in the Lenzewski Competition in Frankfurt.

Current Season
Taa, Tänzerin / Agnes