© 2015 Martha Bosch

 Biography 

Bright-toned soprano Martha Bosch had her music education at the Conservatory of Amsterdam with Hein Meens and Sasja Hunnego. At the early age of seventeen she won the Princess Christina Competition and made her operatic debut as Bastienne in Mozart Bastien und Bastienne with the Residentie Orchestra Den Haag. In the following years she sang principal roles in Mozart - Le Nozze di Figaro, Honegger - Les Aventures du Roi Pausole, Mozart - Die Zauberflöte and Monteverdi - Orfeo.

 

Very much in demand as Oratorio soloist, Martha Bosch appeared in Bach St Matthew and St John Passion, Haydn Seasons, Vivaldi Gloria, Purcell Te Deum, Pergolesi Stabat Matter, Rutter Magnificat, Fauré Requiem, Rossini Petit Messe Solennelle and in many cantatas of Bach and Telemann.

 

Among her recent engagements are concerts with the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Cappella Amsterdam, Netherlands Chamber Choir and collaborations with conductors like Alfredo Bernardini, Peter Dijkstra, Daniel Reuss and Jos van Veldhoven.

 

Since December 2016 she has been working on regular bases with Ton Koopman and the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra and Choir and with them she has made a successful debut at the Festival Bach in Leipzig in June 2018 with a repertoire of Bach Cantatas.