Spielzeit 26.08. - 09.10.

Christina Pluhar

discovered a love of renaissance and baroque music while studying classical guitar at Graz University. She studied the lute and baroque harp in The Hague, Basel and Milan.  In 1992 she moved to Paris and has since become one of the most sought-after musicians in the Ancient Music scene. In 2000 Christina Pluhar founded her own ensemble, L'Arpeggiata.  She received an ECHO in 2009 for her rapturously reviewed album Teatro d'Amore in the category "Classical without Frontiers".