3.11 Moss, Norway: Durufle Requiem.

22. and 23.11 Paris:
Bach Mass in b-minor with Orchestra Philharmonique de Radio France, Chæur de Radio France and Leonardo Garcia Alarcon. 

29.11 Oslo: Schubert Orchestral Songs with Norwegian Broadcasting Orchestra and Kolbjørn Holthe.


5. and 6.12 Stavanger, Norway: Händel Messiah with Stavanger Symphony Orchestra and Andreas Spering

13., 14., 15. and 16.12 Lisbon: Bach Christmas Oratorio (cantata 1-6) with Gulbenkian Orchestra and Michel Corboz

17.-23.12 Holland: Christmas tour with Holland Baroque.


10.1 and 11.1 in La Coruna: Bach Magnificat and Tilge höchster with Sinfonia de Galicia and Carlos Mena

17., 18. and 19.1: Nebra Miserere with Al Ayre Espagnol in Arnhem, Amsterdam and The Hague

26.1 in Brussels: Beethoven Missa Solemnis with Belgian National Orchestra and Hugh Wolff


Tour with Ensemble Vocal de Lausanne and 18-century orchestra conducted by Daniel Reuss:
31.1 and 1.2: Beethoven Missa Solemnis in Nantes
3.2: Mozart Requiem in Zürich
5.2: Beethoven Missa Solemnis in Lausanne
6.2: Mozart Requiem in Gstaad
7.2 Mozart Requiem in Geneve
8.2 Mozart Requiem in Lausanne

15.2 in Liverpool: Beethoven Missa Solemnis with Liverpool Philharmonic and Andrew Manze


11., 13. and 15.3 in Moscow: Purcell Dido and Aeneas and Boshoi theatre. Conductor: Christopher Moulds. Role: Dido

18.3: Bach St. John Passion at Oslo Church Music Festival with Barokkanerne and Stephan MacLeod.

25., 26. and 27.3: Couperin Lecons de Tenebres with Kings Consort and Robert King in Oviedo, Madrid and London.



Dido´s Lament // Purcell

Ombra mai fu - Xerxes // Händel

Folk songs // Berio

Dove sei - Ottone // Händel

With red roses // J. G. Hoff

Missa Solemnis // Beethoven


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WHAT PEOPLE SAY Mahler songs with New Jersey Symphony

But the real power of these songs come from the vocal writing, and here Marianne Beate Kielland was truly golden in her interpretation. In possession of a rich, piercing Mezzo sound and excellent German diction Ms. Kielland made these old world songs feel fresh and immediate. She sang without the use of a score, as if the words and feelings were springing from her naturally. In her high notes, her voice throbbed with emotion. It was only 16-minutes long, but it made the whole concert worthwhile. "Songs of a Wayfarer" is one of the highlights of the NJSO season so far.

Göran Forsling at Music web international about Mahler Einsamkeit

I have lots of marvellous Mahler recording on my bending shelves, recordings that I will not voluntarily be separated from. This latest disc will now join those with Janet Baker, Christa Ludwig, Brigitte Fassbaender, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Thomas Hampson and several others. I urge readers to follow my example.
Bach b-minor mass with Alarcon

Marianne Beate Kielland is an extraordinary mezzo, powerful, fleshy, agile: from the initial Christe, it's a treat.

Nebra with Al Ayre Espanol

Marianne Beate Kielland was the surprise of the evening. Kielland showed us an absolutely equal record in both the highs and the low ones. Her easy capacity for the legato left us precious phrases without prejudice to a great capacity for drama and power in the most forte passages. In addition her cadences were a delight.


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