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Selected Songs by Schubert

Die schöne Magelone (Capriccio)

Selected Songs by R. Schumann

Paul Armin Edelmann

Paul Armin Edelmann's association with music began at an early age. As a child, he was a member and soloist of the famous Vienna Boys’ Choir. Later on he reinforced his musical studies by studying voice at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna. In 1998, Mr.Edelmann went freelance. Since then he has sung at: the Vienna State Opera, Vienna Volksoper, Teatro Real Madrid, Komische Oper Berlin, Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie Brussels, San Diego Opera, NNT Tokyo, Lincoln Center Festival New York, the state theatres in Darmstadt, Düsseldorf, Wiesbaden, Cologne, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Munich and Leipzig, Opera Ireland Dublin, the Israeli Opera in Tel Aviv, as well as the Palau de les Arts Valencia, the San Sebastian Festival, Bregenz Festival, Hongkong Opera, NCPA Beijing, Mexico City, Rio de Janeiro, Sevilla, Catania and the Opera National de Paris & many more.

He has sung under conductors such as Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Lorin Maazel, Michel Plasson, Manfred Honeck and many others.

In the current season he sings at the Teatro Monumental de Madrid, Grand Philharmonic Hall St. Petersburg, NCPA Beijing, Opera House Warsaw, NNT Tokyo, at the Rheingau Festival and in Budapest.

Furthermore, his new albums "Reger Orchestral Songs" and in 2017 his new Schubert album were released by the Capriccio label.

In January 2020, as a guest at the Prague State Opera, he participated in the opening gala of the newly renovated opera house, where he subsequently sang Don Fernando (conducted by Karl-Heiz Steffens;directed by Vera Nemirova) in Beethoven's "Fidelio". In 2021 in Las Palmas, he sang bass solo in "Ode to Joy" under the direction of Karel-Marek Chichon with the Orchestra Filarmonica de Las Palmas. At the beginning of 2022 he performed as a soloist in Ljubljana (Mozart Requiem), Philharmonie Köln (Haydn "Missa tempore belli") and Solothurn (Mozart and operetta concerts with conductor Andreas Spörri and Symphonie Orchester der Wiener Volksoper). From September he can be heard as Rappelkopf in Leo Blochs' operetta "Alpenkönig und Menschenfeind" conducted by Christopher Ward.



"Pierrots Tanzlied" (E. W. Korngold - "Die tote Stadt"; Pianist Manfred Schiebel)

"Erstes Grün" (R. Schumann, Op. 35 Nr. 4; Pianist Charles Spencer)