Swiss soprano Sabine Wüthrich studied at the Conservatory of Berne with Elisabeth Glauser and with Udo Reinemann and Margreet Honig at the Conservatory of Amsterdam and Dutch New Opera Academy. In 2007, Sabine won the Jo Bollekamp prize for the most promising young vocalist in the Netherlands. In 2008, she won the first prize at the Concorso Internazionale di Canto Solistico in Gorizia, Italy for best Lied performance with her accompanist Daniël Kramer. As a soloist Sabine has worked with leading conductors including Paul McCreesh, Lucas Vis, Arie van Beek, Etienne Siebens, Patrick Flynn and Reinbert de Leeuw. She has performed with the Berne Symphony Orchestra in Switzerland, and the Holland Symfonia and Doelen Ensemble in the Netherlands. She has been invited to sing at festivals including the Norwich & Norfolk Festival (UK), the Tallinn Autumn Festival for Contempory Music (Estonia), the Thuner Schlosskonzerte (Switzerland) and the Cambridge Early Music Series (UK). Sabine is passionate about the music of our time. Composers Daan Manneke, Willem Wander van Nieuwkerk and Jan van de Putte have written pieces especially for her, and she has worked extensively with world famous composers Sofia Gubaidulina and Kaija Saariaho.
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