Jacqueline Pischorn,  soprano,  German language coach

Publication 2019, German Diction for English-speaking singers 
2nd edition, Augarten Press

(1st edition is sold out)
The second edition can soon be bought via paypal at £9.98 (plus postage £1.50).  
Meanwhile you can also order via email at jacqueline.pischorn@btinternet.com.

Links to audio recordings:

Track 1-98:  1drv.ms/f/s!Ak7VdWiHn841hJ5hUPiZTAB4nxx7pQ
Track 99-197: 1drv.ms/f/s!Ak7VdWiHn841hJ5ixU_5HAFxjp-FUQ
Track 198-263: 1drv.ms/f/s!Ak7VdWiHn841hJ5jBgtQ6Lx-OfEcMg

Please download the tracks to your device and do not play them via the link only.  One-drive does not allow multiple use at the same time.

Jacqueline Pischorn was born in Austria and studied singing at the University of Music and Dramatic Art in Graz and at Trinity College of Music in London. At the Britten-Pears School she studied contemporary music with Oliver Knussen and Rosemary Hardy.
A great success was a first performance of a piece (Kyng Orfeo), written for her by Ian Schofield, at Turner Sims Hall in Southampton, accompanied by pianist David Owen Norris.
Oratorio performances include Mozart’s Vespers and St John Passion at St John's Smith Square, Mozart's Requiem at Cadogan Hall, and B Minor Mass in Southwark Cathedral, each with James Gaddarn. She sang Messiah with Oxford Sinfonia. Jacqueline sang many concerts with the Portsmouth Baroque Choir, the most recent one being Brahms’ Requiem.
In Newbury Jacqueline sang the part of Venus in Venus and Adonis and Anima in La Rappresentazione di Anima e di Corpo. She sang the soprano part in the first performance of Edward Lambert’s Rossetti Requiem.
As part of the Chichester Festival Jacqueline sang the part of the Angel in Handel's Jephtha with The Consort of Twelve under Paul Esswood.
Jacqueline gave Lieder recitals in Austria, Slovenia and the UK, working with pianists David Owen Norris, Peter Rhodes, Adrienne Black, Donald Books and Beata Formanegg.
Jacqueline and Michael McCartney started a guitar and voice duo in January 2018.  They are working on songs from the Romantic period and on contemporary works and are giving recitals around the UK.

For a sample please listen in! sites/7a/7a55c6dd2ef8a8af91228f50dc364a91/attachments/File/21_In_der_Ferne.mp3 

Jacqueline is German language coach for:

The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire
WIAV, Wales International Academy of Voice
Welsh National Opera
AIMS (American Institute for musical studies), Graz

Other German language coaching also at:

Morley College, London
Nationale Reisopera, Netherlands
Cardiff University
The Abbey School
The Wagner Society
Longborough Festival Opera

At Welsh National Opera, she has worked on the following productions:

Die Entführung aus dem Serail
Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg
Ariadne auf Naxos
Tristan und Isolde
Wagner Dream
Moses und Aron
Peter Maxwell Davies' 'Die Kommilitonen' (2016)
Rosenkavalier (2017)

At 'De Nationale Reisopera', Netherlands:



German Diction for English-speaking Singers, Caddy Publishing 2007
German Diction for English-speaking Singers, second edtion, Augarten Press 2019

Recent engagements as German language coach:
2019, Rheingold, Longborough Festival Opera
2017, Rosenkavalier, Welsh National Opera
2016, Die Kommilitonen, Welsh National Youth Opera
2014, Nationale Reisopera St John Passion, WNO Moses und Aron
2013, Lulu, Lohengrin, Wagner Dream, Welsh National Opera
2012, Götterdämmerung (coaching the chorus), Nationale Reisopera, Netherlands
2012, Tristan und Isolde, Welsh National Opera, Cardiff
Recent singing engagements:

2018 June, Evening recital for guitar and voice, St Teilo's in Cardiff, works by Weber, Kreutzer, Bornhardt
2016 July, Andover Light Orchestra, concert in memory of the Battle of the Sommes, conductor:  Kevin Riley
2016 May, Peebles, Mendelssohn, Lobgesang, conductor:  Robert Dick
2015, New Year's Eve gala concert, Graz, with Franz Krieger as pianist and Albin Krieger, violin
2015 June, Cockermouth Choral Society, Mozart Coronation Mass, Regina Coeli, Haydn Salve Regina, under Ian Thompson
2015, Lieder recital at the Swiss Consulate in Cardiff, Mansion House and in Swansea Mansion House, pianist Immanuel Voigt, violin, Naomi Burrell
2014, Haydn, Nelson Mass, Kendal, conductor:  Ian Thompson
March 2013, Bach, B Minor Mass, St John's Smith Square, conductor:  James Gaddarn
May 2013, Mendelssohn, Paulus, Peebles,  conductor:  Robert Dick

Recent recitals:

2019, 16th February, 7.30, Conway Road Methodist Church, Cardiff, recital for guitar and voice, Weber, Kreutzer, Regondi
2019, 11th March, lunch-time recital 1pm with guitarist Michael McCartney in All Saint's in Penarth, songs by Weber, Bornhardt, Weyse 
2019, 12th December, Dora Stoutzker Hall, Cardiff,  Mignonlieder by John Hardy, piano: Nicola Rose, soprano: Jacqueline Pischorn

contact:   jacqueline.pischorn@live.com