VIOLETTA VALÉRY: La Traviata, Staatstheater Darmstadt, Germany
VIOLETTA VALÈRY: La Traviata, Schlossfestspiele Schwerin, Germany
ARMINDA: La Finta Giardiniera, Theater Augsburg, Gemany
New Year’s Concerts with the Hofer Symphoniker
2013 – 2014 Season:
GILDA: Rigoletto, Theater Trier
VIOLETTA VALÉRY: La Traviata, Theater Bern, Switzerland
VIOLETTA VALÉRY: La Traviata, Opera Zuid Maastricht, Netherlands
VERDI REQUIEM Philharmonie Köln, Cologne, Germany
Soprano Adréana Kraschewski studied voice with Klesie Kelly at the Cologne College
of Music, where she graduated with distinction. She furthered her training in the
art song class of Irwin Gage at the Saar College of Music, in Saarbrücken, Germany.
She continues her singing technique study with the American Baritone, Douglas Yates.
She received a scholarship from the German People’s Educational Trust Fund and was
a prizewinner in various competitions, such as the National Music Competition, in
Voice, and the German Board of Music Competition.
She participated in master classes given by Kurt Moll, Thomas Hampson, Christa Ludwig,
Douglas Yates, Inge Borkh, Jessye Norman, Philip Langridge, Dame Felicity Lott, as
well as Norman Shetler, and Graham Johnson.
Various professional engagements include: Beethovenhalle and Beethovenhaus Bonn,
Philharmonie Köln, Tonhalle Zürich, Helsinki Festival, Festspielhaus Baden-Baden,
European Music Academy Aix-en-Provence, Opera Festival Heidenheim, Opera Festival
Haldenstein, WDR Cologne, Fondazione Cariplo Milano, deSingel Antwerpen, Belgium,
and a showcase in the artists’ portrait series musikdebüt on SWR Television.
Following her first professional engagement with the International Opera Studio,
Zürich Opera House, Ms. Kraschewski was engaged as a member of the Theater Trier
ensemble, where she performed for two seasons.
Adréana Kraschewski appeared as a guest performer at following theaters:
Leading German opera magazine Opernwelt nominated Ms. Kraschewski in the category
“Young Upcoming Vocal Artist 2009” for her interpretations of the Queen of the Night,
Liu, and Antonia. In addition, she received a second nomination as “one of the best
vocal performances for the year 2011” for her outstanding interpretation of Lakmé.