Linnéa Lomholt (alto) graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen and has attended master classes in Switzerland, Austria and the USA with among others Helmut Deutsch, Malcolm Martineau, Hans Peter Blochwitz and Oren Brown. Linnéa Lomholt has been a soloist in major sacred music works and oratorios by among others Bach, Handel and Mozart, with many orchestras in Denmark and abroad.
Linnéa Lomholt is an active singer of lieder and has for example sung Wagner's Wesendonck-lieder with the Felix Ensemble; with the Amadeus Ensemble she has performed Brahms' Alto Rhapsody and premiered works by Svend Nielsen, Bo Andersen and Martin Åkerwall dedicated to her. Linnéa Lomholt has also appeared in music drama productions with Hotel Pro Forma and Danish Dance Theatre, and has sung Amastre in Handel's opera Xerxes with performances in Malmö and Copenhagen.
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Box collection of Paul Hillier and Ars Nova Copenhagen’s highly acclaimed recordings of all of Schütz’s passions and narrative oratorios from the late Renaissance.
Another set of stunning Baroque works in the third volume of ARS NOVA's and Paul Hillier's now hailed Schütz series