Min Carnegie Hall Konsert til Oslo søndag 9.september kl 19 «Klassisk Skandinavisk Aften» på Sentralen kulturscene Øvre Slottsgate 3

Billetter: kr.300,- selges i døra, eller forhåndsalg vipps 92463440 med navn og antall billetter. Velkommen!

The repertoire of this evening will be classical Scandinavian music, featuring songs by Edvard Grieg, Jean Sibelius, Hugo Alfven, Gösta Nyström, Gunnar de Fremurie as well as Three Fantasies for piano by Wilhelm Stenhammar. This music, in a way reflects the Nordic nature: the sun, the sea, the earth, the sky, the flowers, the birds and also the range of emotions witch follows the changing of seasons during the year, and the emotions that follows love and devotion between people.”, says Ms. Meland. Inspired also by the famous Norwegian soprano Kirsten Flagstad, Ms. Meland has selected songs into the repertoire, found in Ms. Flagstad’s concert programs from Carnegie Hall. The concert ”An Evening of Scandinavian Songs” will enter the stage of Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall June6th 2017 8pm.

Publikum i New York sier: «A magic night in Carnegie Hall yesterday!»

Publikum i Helsinki sier: «Nice program and beautiful singing.» «Your timbre, it is like the nature are resonating in your voice.»

Berit Meland
Ms. Meland lives outside Oslo in Norway, but her roots comes from the very north of Norway, above the arctic circle. She grew up singing in choirs, dancing and acting. In her twenties she became a nurse, but still continued to sing. In 2005, she began intensive voice studies. The dream of a solo career could no longer be held back and became her goal – with full focus on classical music and opera. She started private studies with opera-singer Elizabeth Norberg-Schulz in Rome, and continued at the Stockholm Operastudio. Since 2012, Dale Fundling has been Ms. Meland´s singing teacher, and today she is working as a freelance professional singer. She has put on stages several concerts and performances, and she is being engaged as a solo concert singer.

 

Dale Fundling

Mr. Fundling is an active chamber musician, accompanist, and also a highly respected singing teacher. This evening June 6th in Weill Recital Hall, Mr. Fundling will be accompaning Ms. Meland, and we will also hear him play Three Fantasies op.11 by Wilhelm Stenhammar. Born in Fort Worth, Texas, Mr. Fundling studied piano with contemporary music specialist Jo Boatright and famous Mozart interpreter Lili Kraus at the Texas Christian University. Having graduated with highest honours, he realized his strongest interest was the human voice and he decided to dedicate his career to working with singers. Mr. Fundling has collaborated with the Fort Worth Opera, the opera houses of San Fransisco and Stuttgart as well as the Accademia Verdiana Carlo Bergonzi in Busseto, Italy. He has worked for more than twenty years with the Mozarteum in Salzburg. Mr. Fundling is a teacher of many eminent singers on the world stage, such as world famous tenor Piotr Beczala and mezzo-soprano Elina Garanca.

 

”I am happy to count Ms. Meland amoungst the wonderful singers that I work with, and I look forward to making music with her on the stages of New York and other great cities. Her love for the music is entirely evident as soon as she begins to sing.” says Mr. Fundling.

 

Reklamer

Operakonsert «Arte e Amore» Lørdag 15.september kl 1300 på Fruene i Lier, arrangør: Musikkens Venner Drammen

Berit Meland, sopran

Marco Stella, baryton

Monica Tomescu-Rohde, piano

In this concert we welcome our audience into the art of opera. We perform arias from the wide repertoire of opera. Opera is drama, opera is passion and opera is music which througout hundreds of years still can capture its audience. The opera composers have left to us an enormous treasure of music to perform and share with you, the audience of our time. With the piano in the center of the stage we create the scene of this afternoon:

”Arte e Amore”, på norsk ”Kunst og Kjærlighet”.

«Opera under kirketak» Avaldsnes kirke 30.september 2018 kl 1600

 Så er det duket for en ny «Opera under kirketak» i Avaldsnes kirke.  Repertoar fra en rikholdig kilde av vakker musikk. De medvirkende på årets konsert er:

Ole Morten Velde, tenor

Berit Meland, sopran

Siri Kval Ødegård, sopran

Aslak Rossehaug (Rossmann).

Billettpris voksne 300,-
Billettpris barn (under 12 år) 200,-

Vipps: 95214511 (Jon Magnus Torvestad)
Kontonr: 3361.19.57128 (Jon Magnus Torvestad)
Merk «Opera under kirketak»

 

Sang og Yoga

SANG og YOGA  2 dagers kurs i sommer: 17 og 18 august !

Fredag 17.aug kl 18-21 og Lørdag 18.aug kl 10-15

kr.1500,- Maks 10 plasser. Sted: Yogahuset Askestadvn 1, 3440 Røyken. Påmelding: yogahuset.no 

Sang og yoga – to sider av samme sak og en utmerket kombinasjon for å få mer ut av begge.

Å bruke stemmen i sang sammen med andre er godt, sunt og frigjørende.

Å gjøre yoga skaper balanse på flere plan og gjør kroppen klar til å yte sitt beste.

I et 2 dagers kurs kombinerer vi yoga med innlæring av sangteknikker som viser deg hvordan du kan bruke din stemme på en god og uanstrengt måte.

Vi ser for oss 2 gledesfylte dager med bevegelse, sang, pust og avspenning. En innføring i hvordan du kan få mer ut av din sangstemme.

Du trenger ingen forkunnskaper, verken i yoga eller sang. Yogaøvelsene tilpasses deltakerne og sang og stemmeteknikk gjøres gjennom lek og enkle øvelser.

Kropp og stemme henger sammen. Målet er at stemmebåndene får frihet til å gjøre sitt arbeid og at energi, varme og overskudd hentes fra kroppen.

Alle kan synge, eller alle kan lære det!

Alle har sin egen unike stemme!

Å synge sammen kan gi store opplevelser av glede!

Hva skal du forberede, ta med:

Deg selv og stemmen din. En sang, et vers, en strofe til å dele i felleskap, hvis du har lyst. Klær du kan bevege deg i. Matpakke. Du får te og snacks.

Lærere på kurset:

Berit Meland, sanger og sangpedagog.

Ellen Midtsæter, yogalærer. Ellen er innehaver av Yogahuset og underviser yoga på full tid. Hun er også utdannet naturterapeut og jobber deltid som akupunktør. Mer om Ellen finner du på:
https://yogahuset.no/yogahuset/laerer

 

Concert «An Evening of Scandinavian Songs» Carnegie Hall June 6th 2017 8pm

The repertoire of this evening will be classical Scandinavian music, featuring songs by Edvard Grieg, Jean Sibelius, Hugo Alfven, Gösta Nyström, Gunnar de Fremurie as well as Three Fantasies for piano by Wilhelm Stenhammar. This music, in a way reflects the Nordic nature: the sun, the sea, the earth, the sky, the flowers, the birds and also the range of emotions witch follows the changing of seasons during the year, and the emotions that follows love and devotion between people.”, says Ms. Meland. Inspired also by the famous Norwegian soprano Kirsten Flagstad, Ms. Meland has selected songs into the repertoire, found in Ms. Flagstad’s concert programs from Carnegie Hall. The concert ”An Evening of Scandinavian Songs” will enter the stage of Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall June6th 2017 8pm.

Publikum i Helsinki sier: «Nice program and beautiful singing.» «Your timbre, it is like the nature are resonating in your voice.»

Berit Meland
Ms. Meland lives outside Oslo in Norway, but her roots comes from the very north of Norway, above the arctic circle. She grew up singing in choirs, dancing and acting. In her twenties she became a nurse, but still continued to sing. In 2005, she began intensive voice studies. The dream of a solo career could no longer be held back and became her goal – with full focus on classical music and opera. She started private studies with opera-singer Elizabeth Norberg-Schulz in Rome, and continued at the Stockholm Operastudio. Since 2012, Dale Fundling has been Ms. Meland´s singing teacher, and today she is working as a freelance professional singer. She has put on stages several concerts and performances, and she is being engaged as a solo concert singer.

 

Dale Fundling

Mr. Fundling is an active chamber musician, accompanist, and also a highly respected singing teacher. This evening June 6th in Weill Recital Hall, Mr. Fundling will be accompaning Ms. Meland, and we will also hear him play Three Fantasies op.11 by Wilhelm Stenhammar. Born in Fort Worth, Texas, Mr. Fundling studied piano with contemporary music specialist Jo Boatright and famous Mozart interpreter Lili Kraus at the Texas Christian University. Having graduated with highest honours, he realized his strongest interest was the human voice and he decided to dedicate his career to working with singers. Mr. Fundling has collaborated with the Fort Worth Opera, the opera houses of San Fransisco and Stuttgart as well as the Accademia Verdiana Carlo Bergonzi in Busseto, Italy. He has worked for more than twenty years with the Mozarteum in Salzburg. Mr. Fundling is a teacher of many eminent singers on the world stage, such as world famous tenor Piotr Beczala and mezzo-soprano Elina Garanca.

 

”I am happy to count Ms. Meland amoungst the wonderful singers that I work with, and I look forward to making music with her on the stages of New York and other great cities. Her love for the music is entirely evident as soon as she begins to sing.” says Mr. Fundling.