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In addition to her mastery and interest in the German, French, and English-American Lied repertoire, which she has explored in various projects, Thérèse Lindquist has been a dedicated proponent of the Lieder of women composers und has accompanied Liederabende and given lectures on this subject in many international festivals and symposiums. Under the title „Eine exklusive Gesellschaft“ (An exclusive Society), she recently presented a well- received master class for singers and Lied duos at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien (University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna). Thérèse Lindquist has also dedicated herself to the performance of Lieder by Jewish composers, such as the critically acclaimed CD of the Lieder of Max Kowalski (Wolfgang Holzmair, Bridge Records) and a recent master class with the Lieder of Viktor Ullmann at The Jerusalem Academy of Dance and Music. Here is a selection of concerts and projects conceived and directed by Thérèse Lindquist: 

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School of Form

The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance

Jerusalem, Israel


A series of master classes, workshops, and lectures on the music of Viktor Ullmann, an Austrian composer who was murdered in Auschwitz. Thérèse Lindquist gave a multi-day master class for Lied-Duos (pianists and singers) on the Lieder of Viktor Ullmann. The final concert was performed by the students of The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance.  


Exklusive Gesellschaft

Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Wien (mdw)

Vienna, Austria


A series of master classes, workshops, concerts, book presentations, and songs by women composers. Thérèse Lindquist gave master classes for  Lied-Duos (pianists and singers) on the Lieder of women composers. Presented in conjunction with Beatrix Borchard (Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg) and Annegret Huber (mdw).


Gegenseitige Bewunderung? 

Universität Mozarteum Salzburg

Salzburg, Austria


Concert and lecture about the interesting personal and musical connections and admiration between the four composers Zemlinsky, Schönberg, Ives and Copland.


Licht des Nordens

Universität Mozarteum Salzburg

Salzburg, Austria


Concert and  lecture  focusing on Swedish songs from the late 19th to the 21st century. Featured composers: Almkvist,  Peterson-Berger, Alfvén, Sjögren, Rangström, Stenhammar, Larsson, Nyström, de Frumerie, Sjöberg, Nordquist, Klaverdal and Sibelius.


Luxe, Calme, et Volupté

A hommage to Victor Hugo and Charles Baudelaire 

Universität Mozarteum Salzburg

Salzburg, Austria


Concert and lecture focusing on music by French composers such as Bizet, Caplet, Debussy, Duparc, Fauré, Hahn, and Liszt. 


Brush up your Shakespeare!

Universität Mozarteum Salzburg

Salzburg, Austria


Concert  and lecture focusing on various musical settings of Shakespeare in celebration of his 450th birthday. Featured composers: Schubert, Wolf,  White, Beach, Chausson, Argento Östlund, Quilter, Tippet, Honegger,  Poulenc,  Britten, Strauss, Shostakovich,  Finzi,  Korngold, Castelnuovo -Tedesco, and Porter.

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