For their new song recital, Jonas Kaufmann and Helmut Deutsch turn to works of Austrian and German romanticism and early modernism. And from Franz Liszt’s extensive and pianistically demanding songs ...
This year Teodor Currentzis begins the cycle with Mahler’s Third — and ostensibly longest — Symphony. Arnold Schoenberg described it as a work of «the most uncompromising truthfulness» ...
Tickets for members from 15 January (9am), for the general public from 22 January, 2019 (9am)
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Hélène Grimaud, Klavier
Bagatelle op. 1/1 (2005)
Arabesque Nr. 1 E-Dur (1890 ca.)
Bagatelle op. 1/2 (2005)
Quatrième Gnossienne (1890)
Nocturne e-moll op. 72/1 (1827)
En y regardant à deux foi. Danse de travers Nr. 1 (Pièce froides) (1897)
La plus que lente. Valse (1910)
Mazurka a-moll op. 17/4 (1832-1833)
Grande Valse brillante a-moll op. 34/2 (1831)
Clair de lune (Suite bergamasque) (1890/1905)
Passer. Danse de travers Nr. 2 (Pièce froides) (1897)
Sonate Nr. 2 b-moll op. 36 (Zweite Fassung) (1913/1931)
Klavier im Großen Saal
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