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Krimmel Konstantin © Flo Huber

Konstantin Krimmel, Bariton

Thursday 4 April 2024
19:30 – ca. 21:30
Mozart-Saal

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Performers

Konstantin Krimmel, Bariton

Wolfram Rieger, Klavier

Programme

Carl Loewe

Tom der Reimer op. 135a (1860 ca.)

Herr Oluf op. 2/2 (1821)

Wandrers Nachtlied II op. 9/1 Nr. 4 (Nachtgesänge) »Der du von dem Himmel bist« (1828)

Geisterleben op. 9/1 Nr. 5 (Nachtgesänge) (1819)

Der Totentanz op. 44/3 (1835)

Die Überfahrt op. 94/1 (1843)

Archibald Douglas op. 128 (1857 ca.)

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Hugo Wolf

Harfenspieler I-III (Goethe-Lieder Nr. 1- 3) (1888)

Franz Schubert

Prometheus D 674 (1819)

An den Mond D 193 »Geuß, lieber Mond« (1815)

Die Fahrt zum Hades D 526 (1817)

Gruppe aus dem Tartarus D 583 (1817)

Nachtstück D 672 (1819)

Am Tage Aller Seelen D 343 »Litanei auf das Fest Aller Seelen« (1816)

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Romantic night sounds

»His voice is as pure as a mountain spring. It is strong, expressive, pithy and powerful, both in opera and lieder, in Mozart as well as Schubert and Haas«. Born in Ulm in 1993, baritone Konstantin Krimmel is one of the most exciting young lieder singers. He has been a member of the Bavarian State Opera ensemble since 2021 and was a BBC New Generation Artist from 2021 to 2023. In 2023, Konstantin Krimmel received the German Record Critics' Award for his recording of Schubert's »Schöner Müllerin«. In his debut at the Wiener Konzerthaus, he dedicates himself to the German art song alongside the congenial pianist Wolfram Rieger. In the songs and ballads by Carl Loewe, Hugo Wolf and Franz Schubert, night and counter-worlds are traced in the spirit of Romanticism: The night is a symbol of death, the longing for death and unfulfilled love, and it also represents worlds ranging from the magical to the demonic.
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