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We – the Classaroke-Team (Judith Edelmann & Camillo dell´Antonio) have been living and working in Vienna for many years. We have known each other from our careers in the music business and complement each other in our specific fields. In summer 2009 the “Classaroke”-idea was born and created with fun and professionalism. The label „Classaroke“ was founded and thus a new philosophy was established:

 

WWCC – WORLWIDE COMMUNITY of CLASSAROKE!



Judith Edelmann:

The founder of the ladies- and chamber orchestra „Fledermaus“ was born in the operetta town Bad Ischl (Austria), where she also studied violin at the Mozarteum Salzburg. The owner of the agency „EuroClassic MusicManagement“ completed a university course for cultural management at the Music Academy Vienna. Being an expert in traditional Vienna light music, drawing room music, operetta and Vienna ball events, various tours and consulting engagements lead her all around the world. In the Classaroke team she is responsible for the instrumental music and music arrangements.

Camillo dell´Antonio:

The internationally successful tenor and promoted medical doctor from Innsbruck (Austria) finished a postgraduate certificate in the Guildhall School of Music and Drama London. In 1991 he debuted in the Municipal Theatre Koblenz as Lord Barrat in the opera „The Young Lord“ by H.W. Henze. Numerous national and international engagements followed e.g. at the Opera House in Graz or the Vienna Popular Opera. Camillo dell'Antonio is responsible for everything concerning the singing and the music selection as well as the rehearsal of the songs. In addition he engages himself in the dramaturgical creation and staging of Classaroke events.

Dian Tchobanov (conductor)

dirigentBorn in Bulgaria, Dian Tchobanov earned his masters degree from the Academy Sofia in 1997 and the University of Music Vienna in 2001. Besides his very successful career as a conductor (first conductor of the State Opera „Stara Zagora“ in Bulgaria, first conductor of the „Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor of the Schönbrunn Palace Orchestra Vienna), he distinguished himself also as an excellent pianist when he performed with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra under the conductorship of Seiji Ozawa in 2003.