»To love Schubert means [...] to master the art of patience,« writes Khatia Buniatishvili about the composer to whom she dedicates her recital.
The history of jazz is marked by music-making siblings – from the Adderleys to the Heath Brothers to the Turrentines.
Federspiel has a new album in the luggage! As the title suggests, it is about absorption and reflection.
Tickets for members from 3 April, for the general public from 10 April, 2023
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Ilker Arcayürek, Tenor
Jan Petryka, Tenor
Patrick Grahl, Tenor
Samuel Hasselhorn, Bariton
David Steffens, Bass
Markus Hadulla, Klavier
Gondelfahrer D 809 (1824)
Der Wanderer an den Mond D 870 (1826)
Mondenschein D 875 (1826)
Nachtstück D 672 (1819)
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 641 (1818)
Widerspruch D 865a für Männerchor und Klavier (1826 ?)
Der Wanderer D 649 »Wie deutlich des Mondes Licht« (1819)
Das Grab D 377 (1816)
Totengräbers Heimwehe D 842 »Gräbers Heimweh« (1825)
Nachthelle D 892 (1826)
Schwanengesang D 744 (1822)
Im Gegenwärtigen Vergangenes D 710 (1821)
Ständchen / Notturno D 920a für Alt / Bariton, Männerchor und Klavier »Zögernd leise« (1827)
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