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“As she stepped on stage, Xenia Ganz filled the whole space with her presence and made it hers. From the very first notes, her warm and rich voice enchanted the audience and it is with ease and serenity that she could reveal all the facets of her voice throughout the evening.
Whether portraying a passionate Nelly (Adelson e Salvini from Bellini), a fiery Carmen (Carmen from Bizet) or the gentleman Smeton (Anna Bolena from Donizetti), Xenia Ganz reveals a stunning vocal ability and a sophisticated dramatic interpretation.” (Expressions Magazine N 90 - summer 2015)

“Accompanied with the magnificent voice of the mezzo-soprano Xenia Ganz the « Orchestre d'Harmonie d'Electricité de Strasbourg » paid tribute to great opera composers for its annual concert of solidarity.” (DNA - 03.05.2015)
 
“Xenia Ganz achieved the most complete performance with her beautiful smooth-flowing mezzo and a good portion of acting talent. She was appreciated in her interpretation of the 3rd lady, in the role of the charming Angelina, as the seductive Dalila as well as Diana and Hänsel.” (www.mittelloge.de - traduction).

It is with Dorabella’s role in Mozart’s “Cosi fan tutte” that Xenia Ganz opened the season 2015/2016 at the “Hauptstadtoper” in Berlin. In April 2015 she performed a solo opera gala concert with the “Orchestre d’Harmonie de l’Electricité de Strasbourg” conducted by Marc Schaefer in the “Palais de la Musique et des Congrès de Strasbourg”. 
Xenia Ganz toured though Germany as second lady in Mozart’s “Magic Flute” with the Festspieloper Prag and sang in halls like Munich’s “Philharmonie im Gasteig”.
In June 2014, she sang the kitchenboy in “Rusalka" (Dvoƙak) in the Choriner Musiksommer at Kloster Chorin. 

She appreciates particularly the oratorio repertoire and sang in june 2016 the mezzo part in "La Vita di Maria" from Nino Rota with the « Orchestre d'Harmonie d'Electricité de Strasbourg » in the Strasburg Cathedral.

She also has a great passion for the "Lied" Repertoire and gives concerts in differents festivals such as the “Schloss Weinzierl” festival in Austria etc...

 

Born into a family of Russian-Uruguayan musicians, Xenia Ganz started playing the piano at 5 and later entered Strasburg’s conservatory of music where she studied with Françoise Claustre and also played in a trio with her brothers.

After completing her studies at Dijon Business School, she moved to Berlin in 2007 to study under Norma Sharp, professor at the Hans Eisler conservatory. She took part in several masterclasses with Norma and Thimothy Sharp, Markus Brück, Thomas Michael Allen and Mark Schnaible.

 

Interview : http://www.cocoberliner.de/interview/2014/november/xenia-ganz