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Daniela Fally and Clemens Unterreiner to Star in DAS ENSEMBLE STELLT SICH VOR, March 11, Vienna State Opera

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Am Sonntag, 11. März 2012, findet um 11.00 Uhr die sechste Matinee der Reihe "Das Ensemble stellt sich vor" im Gustav Mahler-Saal der Wiener Staatsoper statt. Die beiden Ensemblemitglieder Daniela Fally (Sopran) und Clemens Unterreiner (Bariton) präsentieren Arien, Duette und Lieder von Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Giacomo Puccini, Vincenzo Bellini, Richard Wagner, Gaetano Donizetti, Umberto Giordano, Charles Gounod und Georges Bizet.

Am Klavier werden sie begleitet von der musikalischen Studienleiterin Kathleen Kelly.

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