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Kristin Mulders, mezzo

Kristin Mulders, Norwegian mezzo-soprano, started taking voice lessons at the age of 19, when studying music at Wartburg College, Iowa. She holds a masters degree in vocal performance from the Grieg Academy of Music in Bergen, Norway. Her versatile repertoire includes lieder, opera and baroque music, as well as music from the renaissance and the classical cabaret genre. During the last years she has received several scholarships for her work.

Despite a quite short career, Mulders has given numerous recitals in and outside Scandinavia. She is regularly to be heard in solo-parts with baroque-ensembles, choirs and orchestras and has sung with i.e. Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Stavanger Symphony Orchestra, Concerto Copenhagen, Sjaelland Symphony Orchestra and worked with conductors like Peter Schreier, Andrew Litton, and Eivind Gullberg Jensen. Solo-parts include works like Bach’s Christmas oratorio and St.Johns Passion, Mozart, Verdi and Duruflé Requiems, Beethovens Symphony no.9, Händels Messiah, Pärt's Passio, Charpentiers Te Deum and Messe de Minuit, and Mendelssohns Elijah.

In opera she has sung the roles of Dido and Sorceress in Dido and Aeneas, Annina in La Traviata, and understudy-roles for Cherubino in Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro, and Mercedes in Carmen.

Mulders is touring for Concerts Norway (Rikskonsertene) with the performance "Sangerinden"(The Singer), she tours as a soloist with the early music ensemble Currentes, and she is a member of Ars Nova Copenhagen, conducted by Paul Hillier.

More on www.mulders.no

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