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Yvi Jänicke began to study singing with Professor Helmut Kretschmar having first completed her studies of school music and the piano in Detmold. Born in Berlin, she won a scholarship from the German ‘Musikrat’ and in 1988 won second prize in the field of opera singing and a special prize from the German Opera Berlin at the German VDMK contest. In 1989 she won first prize in the field of song recital at the International Singing Contest in s'Hertogenbosch. Yvi Jänicke gives song recitals, has numerous engagements for opera and oratorio Performances in Germany, Spain, Canada, France, Holland and Switzerland and has made radio and television recordings.

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Role: Classical Artist 
Album Title  Catalogue No  Work Category 
DESSAU, P.: Haggada (Sung in German) (Albrecht) Capriccio
Choral - Secular

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