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Anna Prohaska, Sopran

Tuesday 21 June 2022


Anna Prohaska, Sopran

Julius Drake, Klavier


»... aus dem Paradies ...«

Morgens im Paradies – Eva erwacht – Eva atmet Leben in Gottes Schöpfung

Maurice Ravel

Trois beaux oiseaux du paradis (Trois chansons) (1914–1915)

Olivier Messiaen

Bonjour toi, colombe verte (Harawi. Chant d'amour et de mort Nr. 2) (1945)

Jean-Yves Daniel-Lesur

Ce qu'Adam dit à Ève (Clair comme le jour Nr. 1) (1945)

Claude Debussy

Apparition (1840)

Pastorale Idylle – Das Spiel mit dem Feuer – Eva und das Böse – Der Sündenfall

Igor Strawinski

Pastorale. Lied ohne Worte (1907)

Hugo Wolf

Die Spröde (Goethe-Lieder Nr. 26) (1889)

Die Bekehrte (Goethe-Lieder Nr. 27) (1889)

Johannes Brahms

Salamander op. 107/2 (1886)

Aribert Reimann

Gib mir den Apfel (Kinderlieder Nr. 6) (1961)

Benjamin Britten

A poison tree (1935)

Hans Pfitzner

Röschen biss den Apfel an op. 33/6 (Alte Weisen) (1923)

Maurice Ravel

Arrière! ... je réchauffe les bons (Air de Feu aus »L'enfant et les sortilèges«) (1920–1925)


Vertreibung – Exodus – Erinnerung

Sergej Rachmaninoff

A-u! »Au!« op. 38/6 (Sechs Lieder) (1916)

Charles Ives

Evening (1921)

Henry Purcell

Sleep, Adam, sleep and take thy rest Z 195 (1683)

Franz Schubert

Auflösung D 807 (1824)

Abendstern D 806 (1824)

Robert Schumann

Jetzt sank des Abends gold'ner Schein op. 50/21

Warte, warte, wilder Schiffmann op. 24/6 (Liederkreis) (1840)

Das irdische Leben

Hanns Eisler

Jeden Morgen mein Brot zu verdienen (Die Hollywood-Elegien)

Hollywood »Diese Stadt hat mich belehrt« (Die Hollywood-Elegien)

Gustav Mahler

Das irdische Leben (Des Knaben Wunderhorn) (1893)

George Crumb

Wind Elegy (Three Early Songs) (1947)

Leonard Bernstein

Silhouette (Galilee) (1951)

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»... from paradise ...«

She rose like a comet, accompanied by grandees such as Claudio Abbado, Pierre Boulez or Nikolaus Harnoncourt. Today Anna Prohaska belongs to the brightly shining fixed stars – and even more: in a distinctive way the soprano, born in 1983, embodies that new self-understanding which our days have brought forth for the art of musical interpretation. Her field of activity ranges from old to classical-romantic and new music. Anna Prohaska's broad horizons are complemented by her artistic and intellectual vigor. For her, a song recital can be more than just a song recital; it can become a deliberately and thoroughly refined work of art. And so she has put together a dramaturgically sophisticated program for her recital that illuminates the biblical figure of Eve in compositions from Fauré to Debussy and Mahler to Messiaen. While the first part revolves around temptation and the fall of man, after the intermission the program turns to earthly life and damnation.


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