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Andreas Schager © David Jerusalem

Great Voices: Andreas Schager / Günther Groissböck

Thursday 5 May 2022
19:30
Großer Saal

 

Performers

ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien

Wiener Singakademie

Landesjugendchor Wien, Chor

Andreas Schager, Tenor

Günther Groissböck, Bass

Charles Alexander Joel, Dirigent

Programme

Richard Wagner

Treulich geführt ziehet dahin (Vorspiel zum 3. Akt und Brautchor aus »Lohengrin«) (1846–1848)

Mein Herr und Gott, jetzt ruf ich dich (Gebet des König Heinrich aus »Lohengrin«) (1846–1848)

In fernem Land (Gralserzählung des Lohengrin aus »Lohengrin«) (1846–1848)

Der Ritt der Walküren (Die Walküre) (1852–1856)

Winterstürme wichen dem Wonnemond (Siegmunds Liebeslied aus »Die Walküre«) (1852–1856)

Leb' wohl, du kühnes herrliches Kind (Wotans Abschied aus »Die Walküre«) (1852–1856)

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Ouverture zu »Tannhäuser« (1845)

Inbrunst im Herzen, wie kein Büßer noch (Rom-Erzählung aus »Tannhäuser«) (1843–1845)

Heil! Heil! Der Gnade Wunder Heil! (Schlusschor aus »Tannhäuser«) (1843–1845)

Wahn! Wahn! Überall Wahn (Wahnmonolog des Sachs aus »Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg«) (1862–1867)

Morgendlich leuchtend (Preislied des Stolzing aus »Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg«) (1862–1867)

Wach' auf (Chor aus »Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg«) (1862–1867)

Verachtet mir die Meister nicht (Schlussansprache des Hans Sachs aus »Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg«) (1862–1867)

Ehrt eure deutschen Meister (Schlusschor aus »Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg«) (1862–1867)

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Zugabe:

Richard Wagner

Notung, Notung (Schmiedelieder aus »Siegfried«) (1857–1869)

Note

In Kooperation mit MünchenMusik und Semmel Concerts
Medienpartner Ö1 Club und Kronenzeitung

Subscription series Great Voices

Links https://www.wienersingakademie.at
https://rso.orf.at
http://www.guenther-groissboeck.com
http://www.alexanderjoel.com
https://www.andreas-schager.info

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Everything Wagner!

»Alles Wagner!« is the motto when tenor Andreas Schager and bass Günther Groissböck invite us to the Konzerthaus. Better on the festival lawn: »Honour your German masters / Then you will banish good spirits« is not only written on the façade of the Konzerthaus. These lines are also sung by Hans Sachs and the guests of the competition singing in the finale of Richard Wagner's »Meistersinger von Nürnberg«. The latter is thus celebrating his debut at the Great Voices, since with Schager and Groissböck, accompanied by the top-class ORF Radio Symphony Orchestra Vienna and the Vienna Singakademie under Alexander Joel, two of the most internationally sought-after interpreters of his musical dramas are on hand. Andreas Schager came to opera via operetta and had a meteoric career when Daniel Barenboim discovered him for Wagner in Berlin. His interpretations of Parsifal, Tristan or Siegfried have since been acclaimed between Vienna, Paris, New York and Bayreuth.
Gurnemanz (»Parsifal«), King Heinrich (»Lohengrin«), Hermann (»Tannhäuser«) and finally Wotan in the »Ring« – Günther Groissböck has mastered Wagner's great bass roles, sings them worldwide and is currently one of the most important singers in the Wagner sanctuary of Bayreuth. When such Wagnerian competence meets, true master singing is pre-programmed!

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