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'Ettekandele tulnud teostes oli suur osa sopranisoolodel ja nii saigi publik tutvuda särava ja võimeka noore lauljanna Marta Paklariga, kes praegu õpib Saksamaal.' - Ia Remmel, Vanamuusika täius, Ajakiri Muusika, 2017 / 'There was a big role on soprano solos in the works that came to the presentation, so the audience was introduced to the brilliant and capable young singer Marta Paklar, who is currently studying in Germany'- Ia Remmel, Perfection of Early Music, Ajakiri Muusika, 2017 (2017)
'I love that nordic charm, style and those emotions that make you shiver when you see and hear Marta performing. I am her total fan!' A.Bogdanov (2017)
Estonian soprano Marta Paklar is known for her uniquely clear and bright colour of voice. She is rapidly acquiring a reputation as both a soloist and ensemble singer, working regularly with a number of ensembles including Collegium1704, Nederlandse Bachvereniging, Nieuw Nederlands Vocaal Ensemble, Floridante and Studio Vocale.
Marta received her bachelor’s degree in Early Music Singing at Koninklijk Conservatorium Den Haag in the Netherlands, where she studied with Maria Acda and historical performance specialists Peter Kooij, Jill Feldman, Pascal Bertin, Robin Blaze and Michael Chance.
Marta is currently continuing her studies with Prof. Angelika Luz. at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Stuttgart, Germany. Marta has also participated in several masterclasses with renowned singers and coaches, including Lynne Dawson, Emma Kirkby, Daniel Taylor, Elsina Jansen and Michael Chance.
Solo performances have included Filia's role in Carissimi's Jephte with Jos van Veldhoven; Bach’s ‘Mein Herze schwimmt in Blut’ (BWV 199) with Jaap ter Linden; Alessandro Grandi’s ‘Haec est arbor dignissima’ and Giovanni Legrenzi’s Dialogo delle due Mariae with Nederlandse Bachvereniging and Jos van Veldhoven; Christian August Jacobi’s Weihnachtskantate with Susan Williams; Vivaldi’s Dixit Dominus with Peter van Heyghen; Mozart's 'Missa Brevis' (K.259) with Endrik Üksvärav; ‘Gott, der Herr, ist Sonn und Schild’ (BWV 79), the Mass in A major (BWV 234), and the Mass in F major (BWV 233) with Toomas Siitan
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