Sheva Tehoval | Daniel Heide

Prémices, Songs

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Label: CAvi
UPC: 4260085530397
Catnr: AVI 8553039
Release date: 08 October 2021
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08 October 2021

"Just listen to the beautiful Apparition, which closes this CD by the talented Belgian soprano Sheva Tehoval. The poem is a complex mix of images. The beautiful setting gives depth and unity to the stream of consciousness that the poem appears to be."

Katholiek nieuwsblad, 03-12-2021
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Sheva Tehoval, Soprano

Born in Brussels and the daughter of a blues musician, Sheva Tehoval already fell in love with French artsong (mélodie) when she was a teenager. At the age of 18 she moved to Germany, where the study of Lieder inspired her to progress in the German language. Sheva was thus able to refine her mastery of Lied repertoire at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz in Cologne, then at the Royal Academy of Music in London, with professors such as Christoph Prégardien, Richard Stokes, Julius Drake, Graham Johnson, Michael Gees, and Malcolm Martineau.

Rewarded in numerous singing competitions, Tehoval’s artistry soon started attracting international attention. At age 23 she was the youngest laureate ever of the Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brussels; she garnered further prizes at the German National Music Competition (Deutscher Musikwettbewerb), the SWR Junge Opernstars competition (First Prize), and the Luitpold Advancement Prize at the Kissingen Summer Festival.

Sheva has already performed on many European stages, including the Théâtre de la Monnaie in Brussels, Theater an der Wien in Vienna, the Mariinsky Theatre in Saint Petersburg, the Philharmonie in Cologne, and the Herkulessaal in Munich.

Apart from her success as an opera singer, Sheva has been frequently invited to give vocal recitals at a number of international venues: the Beethovenhaus in Bonn, the Schubertiada in Vilabertrán (Spain), SWR Festival Rheinvokal, the Bad Kissingen Summer Festival, and “Das Lyrische Salon” at Ettersburg Castle near Weimar; her most frequent duo partners at the piano are Christoph Schnackertz and Daniel Heide.

Her interest in a wide gamut of styles is notable, ranging from Classical/Romantic opera and concert repertoire, including the world of artsong and naturally the music of the 20th and 21st centuries. Sheva’s great curiosity to learn new repertoire is the driving force that leads her to embark on innovative musical paths.

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SHEVA TEHOVAL Soprano

Born in Brussels and the daughter of a blues musician, Sheva Tehoval already fell in love with
French artsong (mélodie) when she was a teenager. At the age of 18 she moved to Germany, where
the study of Lieder inspired her to progress in the German language. Sheva was thus able to refine
her mastery of Lied repertoire at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz in Cologne, then at the Royal
Academy of Music in London, with professors such as Christoph Prégardien, Richard Stokes, Julius
Drake, Graham Johnson, Michael Gees, and Malcolm Martineau.

Rewarded in numerous singing competitions, Tehoval’s artistry soon started attracting international
attention. At age 23 she was the youngest laureate ever of the Queen Elisabeth Competition in
Brussels; she garnered further prizes at the German National Music Competition (Deutscher Musikwettbewerb),
the SWR Junge Opernstars competition (First Prize), and the Luitpold Advancement
Prize at the Kissingen Summer Festival.

Sheva has already performed on many European stages, including the Théâtre de la Monnaie in
Brussels, Theater an der Wien in Vienna, the Mariinsky Theatre in Saint Petersburg, the Philharmonie
in Cologne, and the Herkulessaal in Munich.
Apart from her success as an opera singer, Sheva has been frequently invited to give vocal recitals
at a number of international venues: the Beethovenhaus in Bonn, the Schubertiada in Vilabertrán
(Spain), SWR Festival Rheinvokal, the Bad Kissingen Summer Festival, and Der Lyrische Salon at
Ettersburg Castle near Weimar; her most frequent duo partners at the piano are Christoph Schnackertz
and Daniel Heide.
Her interest in a wide gamut of styles is notable, ranging from Classical/Romantic opera and concert
repertoire, including the world of artsong and naturally the music of the 20th and 21st centuries.
Sheva’s great curiosity to learn new repertoire is the driving force that leads her to embark on innovative
musical paths.
Sheva Tehoval’s performances are entirely natural: it is always evident that she truly enjoys singing.
She focuses on direct emotional expression, and she loves all kinds of language, both spoken
and sung. Her approach to a Schubert lied is often just as fresh and unencumbered as when she
interprets a song by Wolfgang Rihm: everything is transparent, everything breathes the same enthusiasm.
www.rsbartists.com/fr/artists/sheva-tehoval/

DANIEL HEIDE PIANO

Born in Weimar, pianist Daniel Heide is one of the vocal accompanists and chamber musicians most in
demand on the current international music scene, making appearances throughout Europe as well as in the
Far East. Heide studied at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in his hometown with Prof. Ludwig Bätzel, and
received valuable counsel from outstanding artists including Christa Ludwig and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau.

He collaborates on a regular basis with renowned vocalists including Andrè Schuen, Christoph Prégardien,
Konstantin Krimmel, Julian Prégardien, Simone Kermes, Katharina Konradi, Patrick Grahl, Ingeborg
Danz, Britta Schwarz, Johannes Weisser, Roman Trekel, and Natalie Perez.

Heide also collaborated as a duo partner with the late German-Greek mezzo-soprano Stella Doufexis:
their CD Poemes with artsongs by Claude Debussy was awarded the German Record Critics’ Prize.

In chamber music he gives public performances with soloists including Tabea Zimmermann, Antje
Weithaas, Wolfgang Emanuel Schmidt, Jens Peter Maintz, Friedemann Eichhorn, Andreas Willwohl,
Barbara Buntrock, Julian Steckel, Isang Enders, Konstanze von Gutzeit, Benoit Fromanger, Danjulo
Ishizaka, and the Mandelring Quartett.

Heide laid a further foundation for his career as vocal accompanist in 2011, when he launched Der
lyrische Salon at Ettersburg Castle near Weimar, a vocal recital series where he has accompanied a
great number of outstanding singers on over 70 occasions.

Apart from his intense concert schedule, Heide’s activities are documented on a number of CD releases
– most recently Dichterliebe with Patrick Grahl (CAvi, 2020), Liebende with Katharina Konradi
(CAvi, 2021); Schubert‘s Die schöne Müllerin mit André Schuen released by DG (2021).
In 2016 André Schuen‘s first Lieder recital partnered with Daniel Heide received the ECHO, the
album Wanderer 2019 the OPUS award (both CAvi-music). For the next years Daniel Heide is masterminding
the 7 CD project with the complete songs by Franz Liszt subsequently folloed by a new
work catalogue of Liszt‘s artsong output.

He also loves the genre of melodrama, working in spoken word programmes with actors and actresses of
the likes of Christian Brückner, Thomas Thieme, Hanns Zischler, Markus Meyer, Sky Dumont, and Udo Samel.
For 13 years, Heide taught vocal accompaniment, chamber music, and instrumental accompaniment
(Korrepetition) at the Hanns Eisler University of Music in Berlin and at the Hochschule für Musik FRANZ
LISZT Weimar. He is currently much in demand giving masterclasses and private coaching in the same
areas, also with the intent of promoting and supporting young vocal artists and their piano partners.
With the onset of the Corona pandemic in March 2020, Daniel Heide devoted more of his time to
studying solo piano repertoire, focussing on sonatas by Beethoven and Schubert.
www.danielheide.net
www.danielheide.net



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Just listen to the beautiful Apparition, which closes this CD by the talented Belgian soprano Sheva Tehoval. The poem is a complex mix of images. The beautiful setting gives depth and unity to the stream of consciousness that the poem appears to be.
Katholiek nieuwsblad, 03-12-2021

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01.
Ariettes Oubliées L. 60 Six Songs for Soprano and Piano (1885/87, rev. 1903): No. 1 C'est l'extase langoureuse
03:01
02.
Ariettes Oubliées L. 60 Six Songs for Soprano and Piano (1885/87, rev. 1903): No. 2 Il pleure dans mon cœur comme il pleut sur la ville
02:31
03.
Ariettes Oubliées L. 60 Six Songs for Soprano and Piano (1885/87, rev. 1903): No. 3 L'ombre des arbres dans la rivière embrumée
02:32
04.
Ariettes Oubliées L. 60 Six Songs for Soprano and Piano (1885/87, rev. 1903): No. 4 Tournez, tournez, bons chevaux de bois
02:45
05.
Ariettes Oubliées L. 60 Six Songs for Soprano and Piano (1885/87, rev. 1903): No. 5 Green
02:21
06.
Ariettes Oubliées L. 60 Six Songs for Soprano and Piano (1885/87, rev. 1903): No. 6 Spleen
02:30
07.
Three poems by Hölderlin for Soprano and Piano (2004): No. 1 Abbitte
03:21
08.
Three poems by Hölderlin for Soprano and Piano (2004): No. 2 Hälfte des Lebens
05:02
09.
Three poems by Hölderlin for Soprano and Piano (2004): No. 3 An Zimmern
02:10
10.
Mädchenblumen, Op. 22 . 4 Lieder / Songs for Voice and Piano (1886-88): No. 1 Kornblumen
02:15
11.
Mädchenblumen, Op. 22 . 4 Lieder / Songs for Voice and Piano (1886-88): No. 2 Mohnblumen
01:27
12.
Mädchenblumen, Op. 22 . 4 Lieder / Songs for Voice and Piano (1886-88): No. 3 Epheu
03:09
13.
Mädchenblumen, Op. 22 . 4 Lieder / Songs for Voice and Piano (1886-88): No. 4 Wasserrose
03:42
14.
4 Songs, Op. 2 (1899/1900): No. 1 Erwartung
03:56
15.
4 Songs, Op. 2 (1899/1900): No. 2 Jesus bettelt (Schenk mir deinen goldenen Kamm)
03:51
16.
4 Songs, Op. 2 (1899/1900): No. 3 Erhebung
01:13
17.
4 Songs, Op. 2 (1899/1900): No. 4 Waldsonne
03:18
18.
Songs for Voice and Piano: Beau Soir (Lyrics: Paul Bourget) L. 84
02:23
19.
Songs for Voice and Piano: Clair de Lune (Lyrics : Paul Verlaine) (From: Chansons de jeunes, No. 2) L. 86 (80)
02:48
20.
Songs for Voice and Piano: Coquetterie Posthume (Lyrics: Pierre-Jules-Théophile Gautier) L. 50(39)
03:49
21.
Songs for Voice and Piano: Romance (Lyrics: Paul Bourget) L. 56 (52)
01:50
22.
Songs for Voice and Piano: Apparition (Lyrics: Stéphane Mallarmé) (From: Chansons de jeunesse, No. 4) L. 57 (53)
03:38
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