Discography

Monica Groop, mezzo-soprano

Finnish mezzo-soprano Monica Groop is recognised for her amazing versatility in a wide-ranging repertoire that spans baroque music through classical to contemporary. Always in demand from many of the world's leading opera houses and orchestras such as Covent Garden, Paris, Los Angeles, Chicago and New York, Monica Groop divides her time between challenging operatic roles and both the standard and lesser known concert repertoire. She has worked with conductors as diverse as Colin Davis, Zubin Mehta, Bernard Haitink, Roger Norrington, Ivor Bolton, Esa-Pekka Salonen and Christoph Eschenbach. As a recitalist she has become particularly respected for her unique interpretation of Scandinavian music.


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Franz Schubert
Missa Solemnis
Stabat mater
Salve Regina
Soile Isokoski, soprano
Monica Groop, mezzosoprano
Marcus Ullmann, tenor
Juha Kotilainen, baritone
Peter Schreier, tenor
Tapiola Sinfonietta
Peter Schreier Choir
Peter Schreier, conductor
ODE 917-2

Released 10/1998

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Johannes Brahms
Lieder
Monica Groop, mezzo-soprano
Alexei Lubimov, piano
ODE 896-2

Released 05/1997

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Loista joulun tähtönen!
Christmas Carols and Arias
Monica Groop, mezzo-soprano
Sympaatti Youth Choir
Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra
Markus Lehtinen, conductor
ODE 857-2

Released 10/1995

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Jean Sibelius
The Tempest, Op. 109
Monica Groop, mezzo-soprano
Raili Viljakainen, soprano
Jorma Hynninen, baritone
Jorma Silvasti, tenor
Sauli Tiilikainen, baritone
Opera Festival Chorus
Finnish RSO
Jukka-Pekka Saraste, conductor
ODE 813-2

Released 02/1994

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