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Alban Berg, Thomas Jennefelt, Erich Wolfgang Korngold, Robert Schumann


Ivonne Fuchs, Anna Christensson


Robert Schumann (1810—1856): Five songs
Alban Berg (1885—1935): Five < Sieben Lieder
Thomas Jennefelt (f. 1954): Sieben Liebeslieder
Erich Wolfgang Korngold (1897—1957) - Four songs


Ivonne Fuchs, mezzo soprano,
Anna Christensson, piano

More information about the artists

Ivonne Fuchs

Photo: Dietmar Spolert

Ivonne Fuchs, mezzosopran, was born in Magdeburg, Germany. While studying in the master program at the Stockholm School of Opera she gave her opera debut 2009 in the title roll in Händel’s Ariodante at Drottningsholm’s theater and graduated in 2010. Ivonne has appeared as a soloist with many conductors including Frans Brüggen, Helmuth Rilling and Tonu Kaljuste. She has appeared with the pianist Anna Christensson at many chamber music festivals in Sweden: Båstad, Music at Lake Siljan and in 2013 appeared at Allhelgonakyrkan’s festival

Anna Christensson


Anna Christensson, piano, has appeared as soloist with many Swedish orchestras in concertos of Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, Franck, Schumann and Gershwin, for example with the Gävle Symphony Orchestra and the Stockholm Royal Philharmonic. She has appeared at most of the larger chamber music festivals in Sweden and also in the festival Messiaen08 in the Stockholm Concert Hall, the Piano Festival in Brescia, Italy, and the Chamber Music Biennial ”Young and Promising” in Västerås in 2007. She is also a member of Curious Chamber Players, an ensemble for contemporary music. Among her recordings is a CD of Henning Mankell’s and Gösta Nystroems piano concertos and a double-CD with piano music of Henning Mankell. Her latest appearance in Allhelgonakyrkan was in 2017