- Antonio Vivaldi (1678 - 1741): In furore iustissimae irae, RV 626:
- 1In furore iustissimae irae, RV 626: Aria. In furore iustissimae irae04:41
- 2In furore iustissimae irae, RV 626: Recitativo. Miserationum Pater piissime00:32
- 3In furore iustissimae irae, RV 626: Aria. Tunc meus fletus06:40
- 4In furore iustissimae irae, RV 626: Alleluia01:38
- Georg Frideric Handel (1685 - 1759): Salve Regina, HWV 241:
- 5Salve Regina, HWV 241: Salve Regina03:49
- 6Salve Regina, HWV 241: Ad te clamamus03:33
- 7Salve Regina, HWV 241: Eia ergo, advocata nostra03:30
- 8Salve Regina, HWV 241: O clemens01:50
- Antonio Vivaldi: Laudate pueri Dominum, RV 600:
- 9Laudate pueri Dominum, RV 600: Laudate, pueri, Dominumo02:11
- 10Laudate pueri Dominum, RV 600: Sit nomen Domini03:29
- 11Laudate pueri Dominum, RV 600: A solis ortu01:58
- 12Laudate pueri Dominum, RV 600: Excelsus super omnes03:00
- 13Laudate pueri Dominum, RV 600: Quis sicut Dominus Deus02:01
- 14Laudate pueri Dominum, RV 600: Suscitans a terra01:48
- 15Laudate pueri Dominum, RV 600: Ut collocet eum01:56
- 16Laudate pueri Dominum, RV 600: Gloria Patri03:48
- 17Laudate pueri Dominum, RV 600: Laudate, pueri, Dominum01:49
- 18Laudate pueri Dominum, RV 600: Amen01:51
- Georg Frideric Handel: Gloria, HWV deest:
- 19Gloria, HWV deest: Gloria in excelsis Deo02:25
- 20Gloria, HWV deest: Et in terra pax03:14
- 21Gloria, HWV deest: Laudamus te02:28
- 22Gloria, HWV deest: Domine Deus (Adagio)01:25
- 23Gloria, HWV deest: Qui tollis peccata mundi02:59
- 24Gloria, HWV deest: Quoniam tu solus sanctus (Andante-Allegro)03:28
Info for In furore
“I have to use my voice very instrumentally.” Soprano Réka Kristóf, recently awarded the prize at the Anton Rubinstein Academy in Düsseldorf, sees it as a positive challenge what Handel and Vivaldi demand of her in terms of vocal flexibility. “I really feel very comfortable in the field of early music. Especially in this CD production, because this is spiritual music. For me this is the most honest form of music”. Of course, it’s worth investing a lot, because what sounds easy later requires a lot of effort: “It’s crazy what you have to put in for a job! But I also remember how well I liked this kind of music from the first moment on.” If you listen to her debut CD, you’ll be convinced. Mentor and conductor Joachim Tschiedel supports the soloist perfectly in this project and leads the Accademia di Monaco to a transparent and brilliant orchestral sound.
Réka Kristóf, soprano
Accademia di Monaco
Joachim Tschiedel, conductor
Born in Slovakia, Hungarian soprano Réka Kristóf graduated in Singing from the Hochschule für Künste Bremen with Prof. Krisztina Laki and Prof. Thomas Mohr, and took master classes by Prof. Krisztina Laki.
Currently, she is studying Music Theater / Opera Performance at The Bayerische Theaterakademie August Everding, in cooperation with the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München, class of Prof. Fenna Kügel Seifried.
While studying, she has already performed several roles on stage, including Gretel in E. Humperdinck's Hansel and Gretel and Lisette in Puccini's La Rondine. She was heard on the stages of the Bremer Konzerthaus "Die Glocke", the garden room of the Prinzregententheater in Munich and the Philharmonie in Gasteig Munich, with vast repertoire of songs and oratorios from early composers to contemporary music.
Most recent and upcoming projects include among the others the role of Grisostomo in the rare Telemann's opera Don Quichotte auf der Hochzeit des Comacho with Theater Osnabrück as well as Modistin in Der Rosenkavalier and Charlotte in Krenek's Der Diktator for Bayerische Staatsoper München.