Eva Lind’s appearances have taken her to the leading opera houses in Milan (La Scala), Paris (Theatre des Champs Elysées), London (Royal Albert Hall), New York (Carnegie Hall), Berlin (Staatsoper), Stockholm (Opera House), Buenos Aires (Teatro Colòn), Madrid (La Zarzuela), Amsterdam (Concertgebouw), Shanghai, Hongkong, Bejing, Tokyo, Osaka and many others as well as at the Festivals of Salzburg and Arena di Verona.
Eva Lind has shared the stage with the likes of Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo, José Carreras and Alfredo Kraus. She has become a favourite of conductors such as Riccardo Muti, Claudio Abbado, Sir Georg Solti, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Sir André Previn, Sir Neville Marriner, Daniel Barenboim, Jeffrey Tate and Seiji Ozawa.
Symphonies overwhelm me, operas impress me. Yet the small form of the French art song can be just as exciting and fascinating. It has therefore been my dearest wish for many years to devote a CD to the gems of French song in their finest settings. I have here selected four of the greatest French composers, all of them masters of these musical miniatures. Each of these composers is unique in his own way. Massenet composed incredibly emotional Romantic tone-paintings; Fauré was second to none in composing songs that provide special kaleidoscopic insight into personal inner worlds; Debussy’s finesse elegantly transformed poetry into music and finally Satie’s visionary musical ideas and splendidly bizarre humour made him a pioneer of surrealism. These songs are extremely condensed masterpieces – some introvert and timid, some explosively Romantic. (Eva Lind)
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