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Oitzinger, Margot (alto)

Margot Oitzinger (alto)

Margot Oitzinger was born in Graz, Austria, and started her musical education at the Johann-Joseph-Fux conservatory in Graz on the flute. Upon leaving school, she studied singing at the University of Art in Graz with Annemarie Zeller, Rosemarie Schmied and Tom Sol. During her time in Graz she spent six months in Lugano, Switzerland, studying with Luisa Castellani.

Margot Oitzinger has also participated in several Renaissance and Baroque courses with Jill Feldman, Emma Kirkby and Peter Kooij. She was second prizewinner at the International Johann-Sebastian-Bach competition in Leipzig 2008. With “La Gioconda” she won the special ensemble prize at the Johann Heinrich Schmelzer-Wettbewerb in Melk 2008 and she won second prize at the international Baroque singing competition in Chimay (Belgium) 2006.

As a soloist she has performed with ensembles such as the Dunedin Concort, Concerto Copenhagen, L’Orfeo Barockorchester, the Wiener Akademie, Le concert Lorrain, the Bach Consort, the Capella Savaria and the Capella Leopoldina.

Her concert repertoire includes the alto roles in numerous oratorios and cantatas mostly from the early and late Baroque period. As well as Lieder- and chanson concerts, Margot Oitzinger has appeared in several baroque Operas (Handel, Vivaldi, Gluck, Haydn) in the Kammeroper Vienna and Graz and Schloß Greinburg. She has appeared at international festivals such as the Leipziger Bachfest, Bachfest Salzburg, Händelfestival in Halle and the Styriarte. Her performing schedule has taken her well beyond Austria and Germany, to Italy, Switzerland, France, the UK, Bulgaria, South Africa, Singapore and the Phillipines.

'Bach: Mass in B minor' (CKD354)
Bach: Mass in B minor
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Alphabetical listing of all musical works
Dona nobis pacem  Part 4 Osanna, Benedictus, Agnus Dei and Dona nobis pacem No 5, Chorus of Mass in B minor, BWV232 (Bach)
Gloria in excelsis Deo & Et in terra pax  Part 1 Missa No 4 & 5 of Mass in B minor, BWV232 (Bach)
Mass in B minor, BWV232 (Bach)
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