Monday MON 1 April 2024
Tuesday TUE 2 April 2024
Tuesday TUE 9 April 2024
Monday MON 29 May 2023
Tuesday TUE 30 May 2023

Arcayürek / Petryka / Grahl / Hasselhorn / Steffens / Hadulla

Wednesday 10 May 2023
19:30 – ca. 21:30



Ilker Arcayürek, Tenor

Jan Petryka, Tenor

Patrick Grahl, Tenor

Samuel Hasselhorn, Bariton

David Steffens, Bass

Markus Hadulla, Klavier



Franz Schubert

Gondelfahrer D 809 (1824)

Der Wanderer an den Mond D 870 (1826)

Mondenschein D 875 (1826)

Der Winterabend D 938 (1828)

Grab und Mond D 893 (1826)

An den Mond in einer Herbstnacht D 614 (1818)

Sehnsucht D 879 »Die Scheibe friert« (1826)

Die Nachtigall D 724 (1821)

Das Dörfchen D 598 (1819?)


Widerspruch D 865 für Männerchor und Klavier (1828 ?)

Der Wanderer D 649 »Wie deutlich des Mondes Licht« (1819)

Das Grab D 377 (1816)

Totengräbers Heimweh D 842 (1825)

Nachthelle D 892 (1826)

Schwanengesang D 744 (1822)

Im Gegenwärtigen Vergangenes D 710 (1821?)

Ständchen / Notturno D 920 »Zögernd leise« (1827)



Franz Schubert

Zur guten Nacht D 903 (1827)

O Seligkeit! (Das Dörfchen D 598) (1819?)

Subscription series Lied

Links https://www.samuelhasselhorn.com
Univ.-Prof. Markus Hadulla, Institut für Konzertfach Klavier an der mdw

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft


With Ilker Arcayürek, Jan Petryka, Patrick Grahl, Samuel Hasselhorn and David Steffens, five top-class lied singers and accomplished Schubert interpreters meet in this concert. They will be accompanied by pianist Markus Hadulla, who has made a name for himself primarily as a lied accompanist and chamber music partner and initiated this project. »The idea to conceive this program«, says Hadulla, »originally arose from the desire to bring the ensemble songs, which are rarely heard due to the demanding instrumentation, to the stage and at the same time to relate them to Schubert's solo songs. The community and participation that are inherent in the ensembles through the shared experience of music-making very much embody for me the aspect of the circle of friends around Schubert. In contrast, the solo songs present themselves as commentaries of the single and often lonely individual. Themes such as the night, loneliness, longing, but also light and love connect both genres, and this creates a dialogue of the individual with the group in this program.«

Wiener Konzerthaus
Lothringerstrasse 20
A-1030 Wien

Telephone +43 1 242 002
Fax: +43 1 24200-110

Opening and telephone hours
September to June

Monday to Friday 10.00 am to 6.00 pm
Saturday 10.00 am to 2.00 pm

July and August

Monday to Friday 10.00 am to 2.00 pm

September to June: Sundays and public holidays | 24th December | Good Friday
July and August: Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays
Please purchase your tickets on these days online.

Evening box office

1 hour prior to performances
Only ticket purchases and collections for the events of the respective day or evening can be made.

The Wiener Konzerthaus would like to thank all its sponsors and cooperation partners.