Music is music, part of the multi-award winning album Crazy Girl Crazy, will be featured at the Festival de Carcassonne in France. The screening of this film directed by Mathieu Amalric will take place on Saturday 30 June 2018 at 22 h.
Barbara Hannigan, Ojai Festival 2019 Music Director and Artistic Director Thomas W. Morris shared initial programming for the 73rd Festival, June 6-9, 2019.
The Festival will look back in tribute to composers with deep historical relationships to Ojai and will look forward to major voices of our time. Also featured in the 2019 edition: LUDWIG Orchestra and young artists from Barbara’s mentoring initiative, Equilibrium.
As guest editor of the June edition of Classical Music Magazine, Barbara considers the multifaceted nature of a career as a ‘total artist’.
Lessons in Love and Violence is the latest collaboration between composer George Benjamin and playwright Martin Crimp. Their previous work includes the large-scale opera Written on Skin – which has since become the most performed new opera of the 21st century. The world premiere of Lessons in Love and Violence opened at London’s Royal Opera House on May 10th. The …
Announcing the Equilibrium Young Artists and EQ’s first season of performances, including The Rake’s Progress and Mozart’s Requiem. After processing applications from 350 singers from 39 countries, and hearing 125 live auditions, Barbara Hannigan selected 20 young professional singers and one young conductor from 11 countries to participate in the debut season of Equilibrium.
Barbara Hannigan has been named Principal Guest Conductor of the Gothenburg Symphony, the National Orchestra of Sweden. Her appointment will commence in the 2019-2020 season.
Crazy Girl Crazy, the debut album of Barbara Hannigan as singer and conductor is the winner of the 2018 JUNO Award for Classical Album of the Year: Vocal or Choral. The JUNO Awards are presented annually to Canadian musical artists and bands to acknowledge their artistic and technical achievements in all aspects of music. New members of the Canadian Music …
Barbara Hannigan awarded Rolf Schock Prize 2018 in the Musical Arts: “Hannigan is an extraordinary and innovative performer with a dynamic and intensive approach to the music she performs”
At the 25th edition of the Klara Awards, the prestigious Belgian Music Awards for the best classical music, jazz and world music artists from both Belgium and abroad, “Crazy Girl Crazy” won the prize for “Best International Classical CD”. Barbara gave her acceptance speech via video from Paris, where she is rehearsing for La Voix humaine at Opéra national de …
Interview about La Voix humaine, and on how Warlikowski and Hannigan work together.