Carine Tinney & Lukas Henning

Lukas Henning studied with Hopkinson Smith at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, a leading research and teaching institution on the field of historically informed performance practice, where he received his Master of Arts degree in 2016. As lutenist and theorbist he has been performing both solo, and with various established as well as emerging artists: Graindelavoix, Sollazzo Ensemble, Il Gusto Barocco, Lautten Compagney Berlin, Cappella Sagittariana Dresden. His CD debut Bella Incognita – The Imagination of Marco dall’Aquila (Glossa 2019) garnered  critical acclaim. In 2017, Lukas Henning founded me:mo – a series of video essays on music and art history. The aim is to present music in its cultural context, offering a glimpse into the lives behind it, past and present.

Scottish/Maltese Soprano, Carine Tinney began her musical studies, learning the violin and piano at the Douglas Academy Music School, in Milngavie, Scotland. She studied at the Edinburgh Napier University under Andrew Doig and Paul Keohone, where she received the Harold Gray Prize for Solo Singing. She moved to Germany in 2011 and continued her studies at the Hochschule für Musik Detmold, Germany, where she graduated with two master’s degrees in Lied singing and in Opera under Gerhild Romberger and Manuel Lange. During her studies in Germany, Carine has worked as a soloist with renowned conductors such as Helmuth Rilling, Hans-Christoph Rademann, Jeannette Sorrell and Jonathan Cohen. Concert highlights include Mahler’s 2nd Symphony at the Berlin Philharmonie, Bach’s St Matthew Passion at Centennial Hall, Rock Island (USA), Händel’s Messiah with the St Paul’s chamber orchestra (USA) and Mozart’s Great Mass in C minor at the Kreuzkirche, Dresden. In 2018, Carine made her debut at the Händel Festspiele in Halle under the direction of Attilio Cremonesi and the Camerata Bern. She also performed a new opera, Are These Waves, by Scottish composer Jane Dickson at La Monnaie, Belgium.

Carine is also passionate about performing Lieder and has given many Lied recitals in Scotland, Germany, Spain and America. She is a prize-winner at the Hugo-Wolf Academy International Competition for Liedkunst in Stuttgart and the Alumni/ASTA Competition for Lied Singing. In 2017, Carine was also awarded the BECA Bach scholarship in Barcelona, giving various concerts of Bach’s works throughout the 2017/2018 season. In 2014, Carine played the role of Pamina in Mozart’s Zauberflöte in a production at the Landestheater Detmold as well as the title role of Massenet’s Cendrillon. In 2019, Carine debuted at the Opera de Lille, in a production of Purcell’s The Indian Queen conducted by Emmanuelle Haim.

Hear my prayer: A collection of prayers and psalms reflecting on old and new traditions.

Concert venue

Basilica of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

ul. Karmelicka 19, Kraków

Concert date

October 1, 2020, 8 pm

Admission free