The clear and clean-singing soprano Ketevan Chuntishvili counters reports of ...". "Ketevan Chuntishvili sings with maximum comprehension of the text...." Abendzeitung München. 16. September 2021
"...especially through the soprano Ketevan Chuntishvili, who dresses the whole thing in songs from Beethoven to Richard Strauss. ... First of all, there is Chuntishvili's performance. The singer, ..., captivates the audience with her darkly glowing soprano as well as her acting." Süddeutsche Zeitung, 12. September 2021
The only person we as humans spend our entire lives with is ourselves. One might think that this fact ensures that we invest a lot of time in cultivating self-esteem. This is often not the case. The soprano Ketevan Chuntishvili works as a singer, she belongs to the excellent new generation, she has studied successfully. Her first engagements and the leap into a successful career as an artist are within reach. But the pressure in the classical music world is enormous. A profession that becomes a vocation demands that the artist fully commit to it. Often professional doubts then become private ones and vice versa. "I put most of the pressure on myself. I have the feeling that I just have to do more and more," says Ketevan. "The voice in your head" tells what it means to be a singer and how important it is to be gentle with yourself. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
"Lied Me!" is an artistic project of the International Lied Center Heidelberg. It was created in cooperation with Boomtown Media - the producers of the film about the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra's education project "Rhythm is it! The digital short film project was funded by the Klaus Tschira Foundation and the Baden-Württemberg Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts. To see all 9 short films, go to https://www.lied-me.art/
At the Heidelberg Spring 2021, Brigitte Fassbaender and Susan Manoff will work in public master classes with the current cohort of scholarship holders, Ketevan is among them. In addition to the Open Classes, the master classes in front of an audience, the Lied Talks are part of the daily programme. In approximately 45-minute impulse contributions - consisting of an interview and a moderated discussion - scholarship holders, fellows and lecturers fan out the variety of topics in Lied and discuss the topicality of the genre.