In 2013 Silvia Berghammer
was jury-member of the well-known competition
"Jugend musiziert" in Germany.
In 2011 Silvia
Berghammer performed "2. Edelknabe" (Tannhäuser) with
conductor Thomas Hengelbrock at the Richard-Wagner Festival
in Bayreuth, Germany.
August 2010 and 2011 she sang “Edeldamen” in the Lohengrin
production of the Richard-Wagner Festival in Bayreuth
with conductor Andris Nelsons.
was honoured with the Mendelssohn prize and was prize
winnar of the Mendelssohn - Competition in Frankfurt a. M.
in october 2010.
gave an opening-concert of the Mendelssohn-Days with the
“Philharmonie Baden-Baden” at the “Alte Oper”
in Frankfurt with conductor Dr. Paulus Christmann.
2009 she performed Saffi in Der Zigeunerbaron from Joh.
with conductor Rutger van Leyden.
she made her debut at the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels
with the winners from the Queen-Elizabeth Competition in Belgium
on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the European Union
Choir. Onder conductor Theodor Guschlbauer and the National
Orchestra of Belgium she performed the soprano-part in
Mendelssohn's Elijah with great success.
Among her concert activities
have been her debut as Governess in Benjamin
Britten’s opera The Turn of the Screw and Albert
Herring (Harry) under conductor Kenneth Montgomery and engagements
at the YO-Festival (Youth Opera Festival) in
Utrecht, the National Theatre in The Hague, the international
festivals for contemporary music in Den Bosch, Gent and Herne as
well as Pfingsten Barock Festival in Salzburg.