Across Europe, the Grisons Chasper-Curò Mani and the Orchestra Association Chur (conductor: Hugo Bollschweiler) take the listeners on a musically intoxicating spring journey. Between the overture with Wolfgang A. Mozart's lively Sinfonia N° 6 in F and Peter Warlock's Capriol Suite for orchestra, the baritone Mani sings two arias with passion and tenderness all' Italianità: From la finta giardiniera Con un vezzo all' italiana and from the opera the Magic Flute: Papagena.
The Frenchman Camille Saint-Saëns composed a Barca role for orchestra in 1880, at the height of his work, Une Nuit à Lisbonne. This conjures up the shimmering, intoxicating light of the city on the Atlantic ocean in the concert hall.
Gustav Mahler combined poetry and music into romantic tone poems, which express the versatility of Mani's lyrical voice. The baritone completed his training with the teaching, concert and soloist diploma with distinction and also obtained a master's degree in choral conducting/conducting. His stage appearances range from song recitals to solo performances at choir, chamber music and church concerts to opera and operetta and acting roles.
The baritone Chasper-Curò Mani studied at the ZHdK and at the HKB (Swiss Opera Studio) with Jane Thorner-Mengedoth (concert, teaching diploma and soloist diploma with distinction). He also obtained a master's degree in choral conducting/conducting. He is a laureate of several foundations and received the Sponsorship Award of the Grisons Government in 2007. In addition to numerous song recitals and as a soloist in choir and church concerts, he sings various opera and operetta roles. At the beginning of 2022, Chasper-Curò Mani appears in the stage play The Comedian Hamonists and resurrects the history of the famous Berlin vocal ensemble with music from the 1920s.
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