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Valer Sabadus

Delivered in Romania, Valer Barna-Sabadus is a German counter-top tenor. After taking on the violin as well as the piano in his youngsters, Sabadus began tone of voice research when he was 17. He went to the School of Music and Performing Arts in Munich, where he examined with Gabriele Fuchs. He made an appearance using the Baroque ensemble Capella Incognita in 2007, executing in Handel’s Rinaldo, and implemented that with jobs in Bernabei’s Diana Amante on the Barocknacht Olching, and Purcell’s The Fairy Queen using the Chamber Orchestra of Decrease Bavaria. Sabadus in addition has sung in concert, showing up in shows of Orff’s Carmina Burana and Helmschrott’s Omnia. Sabadus provides sung music by Dowland, Pergolesi, Caldara, Gluck, Hasse, and Mozart, and documented for Oehms Classics and Sony Classical.

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