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Peggy Marmuth

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Stephan Reineke
stephan@tact4art.com
+49 177 31 43 415

Julia Sinyagur
julia@tact4art.com

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Worldwide


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Peggy Marmuth works as a coach for German pronunciation, dialogues and recitatives, as well as a trainer for acting and for helping singers connecting their bodies to their voices. She also leads stage productions with acting and directing students. Since 2006 Peggy works mainly with opera singers, primarily at the Komische Oper Berlin, where she is training both the members of the ensemble and guest singer such as Tomas Michael Allen, Rosie Aldridge, Fredrika Brillembourg, Allan Clayton, John Daszak, Stella Doufexis, Dimitry Golovnin, Robert Hayward, Scott Hendricks, Peter Hoare, Dimitry Ivashchenko, Sara Jakubiak, Eric Jurenas, Ausrine Stundyte, Tomas Tómason, Adela Zaharia, and others. At the Komische Oper she coaches in productions of Barrie Kosky, Hans Neuenfels, Harry Kupfer, Andreas Homoki, Robert Carson, Stefan Herheim, Sebastian Baumgarten, Calixto Bieto, Peter Konwitschny, Herbert Fritsch, Nicolas Steemann, and Alvis Hermanis among others. She has collaborated with conductors including Kirill Petrenko, Vladimir Jurowski, Alessandro De Marchi, Konrad Junghaenel, Markus Poschner, Maurizio Barbacini, Stefan Soltesz, Henrik Nánasi and others.                                                                                                                                                                                                                  For many years, Peggy works in close collaboration with renowned soprano Asmik Gregorian coaching her for her appearances at the Salzburger Festspiele, La Scala Milano, and at the Mariinsky Theatre in Petersburg, to name a few. In 2020, she was engaged at the Salzburger Festspiele as language coach for the production of Strauss‘ Elektra.