…, brought to life by Josefine Mindus with a sweet and clear soprano. bachtrack 26 January 2022
Josefine Mindus is a member of Komische Oper Berlin‘s opera studio from 2020/21. In October 2020, she made her company debut, singing Papagena in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte under the baton of Ainārs Rubiķis. Her repertoire includes Une Femme de Palais in Enescu’s Œdipe, Amore in Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice, Zerlina in Mozart’s Don Giovanni and Susanna in a Covid-version of Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro.
The Swedish soprano gained her first operatic experiences in productions at Hanover Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien: Offenbach’s La vie parisienne and Martinů’s Julietta (Hotel Boy). In 2019, she performed the title role in Hindemith’s Sancta Susanna at Musikhochschule Hamburg. She performed under the baton of conductors including David Bates, Anthony Bramall, Ainārs Rubiķis, Jordan de Souza as well as Matthew Toogood and worked with directors including Barrie Kosky and Damiano Michieletto.
Josefine Mindus has received recognition as a composer in her homeland Sweden. In 2013, one of her works accompanied the entry of the Swedish King and Queen at the opening ceremony of the Parliament in Stockholm and in 2015 she represented Sweden at the “Ung Nordisk Musik” festival in Helsinki. In 2017, her children’s opera När Värdshuset Lyckosten fick Annorlunda besök was premiered at Vadstena Gamla Teater.
In 2020, Josefine Mindus gave a recital at Theater Chemnitz, accompanied by her duo partner pianist Emanuel Ratiu.
Second Prize (Bachelor): Hochschule für Theater und Medien Hannover Competition 2021
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