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Piano recital "Works of love" by Lisa Wellisch, pianist

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Lisa Wellisch is characterized by her sense of sound, virtuosity, stage presence, a special feeling for an interesting program selection and exciting music communication.
Lisa Wellisch, piano
The pianist Lisa Wellisch is characterized by her sense of sound, virtuosity, stage presence and a special feeling for an interesting program selection. Her particular concern is to facilitate access to classical music for a diverse audience through exciting musical mediation - without compromising on the always demanding selection of works.
She acquired her broad musical education after her junior studies at the HfK Bayreuth with Prof. Michael Wessel at three different conservatories: In Stuttgart, Freiburg and Karlsruhe she studied with Prof. Hans-Peter Stenzl, Prof. Gilead Mishory and with the world-renowned lied pianist Prof. Hartmut Höll. She received additional impulses privately with Elisabeth Leonskaja.
Lisa Wellisch made her solo debut in 2008 with Mozart's "Jeunehomme Concerto" at the opening of the German Mozart Festival. Since then she has given numerous solo and chamber music recitals in many European countries (so far including Austria, Poland, Switzerland, Italy) and Oman. She is also a regular guest at various festivals, such as the "Hohenloher Kultursommer", the "Schubertiade" Sion, etc. She has received scholarships from the Yehudi Menuhin Foundation "Live Music Now", the Richard-Wagner-Association, the "Gesellschaft der Freunde der Musikhochschule Stuttgart", the Free State of Bavaria ("Junge Kunst und neue Wege"), the German Music Council and is a prize-winner of international competitions (including 2nd prize at the International Art Song Competition Karlsruhe 2015).
Lisa Wellisch devotes herself with great pleasure to the art song; her song partners include the mezzo-soprano Marina Viotti and the baritone Äneas Humm. In chamber music duo she has been playing regularly with Tatjana Uhde since 2020 - their first joint CD "Märchenbilder" was released in June 2021 on the ARS Produktion label, received excellent reviews internationally and is currently nominated in three categories for the Opus Klassik.



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All dates

September 2022

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Admission free, collection


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