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House of canons of Santa Maria de Vilabertran / Highlights / Concert August 25. 21.00 h. Schubertiada 2018. MOJCA ERDMANN - GEROLD HUBER

Highlights
Concert August 25. 21.00 h. Schubertiada 2018. MOJCA ERDMANN - GEROLD HUBER
Start: 08/25/2018  - 
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Saturday 25 August
Time: 21.00 h

MOJCA ERDMAN, soprano
GEROLD HUBER, piano

Lieder by Schubert. Mozart, Strauss, Schumann, Reimann, Rihm and Mendelssohn.

PROGRAM

Richard Strauss - Die Vershwiegen, op. 10/6
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Das Veilche, K. 476
Richard Strauss - Ich wollt ein Sträusslein binde, op. 68/2
Franz Schubert - Heidenröslein, D. 257
Richard Strauss - Die Zeitlose, op. 10/7
Robert Schumann - Der schwere Abend, op. 90/6
Richard Strauss - Drei Lieder der Ophelia, op. 67/5-7
Wolfgang Rihm - Ophelia sings
Aribert Reimann - Helena (Ollea, n. 3)
Richard Strauss - Die Nacht, op. 10/1
Robert Schumann - Requiem, op. 90/6
Richard Strauss - Allerseelen, op. 10/8
Franz Schubert - Am Tage aller Seelen, D. 343
Richard Strauss - Ich schwebe, op. 48/2
Felix Mendelssohn - Auf Flügeln des Gesanges, op. 34/2
Richard Strauss - Der Stern, op. 69/1
Aribert Reimann - Kluge Sterne (Ollea, n. 4)

MOJCA ERDMANN, soprano
A rising star in the international music scene, this 2017/18 season she has debuted with the Houston Symphony Orchestra, singing Dvorak's Te Deum and Mahler's Symphony No 4, conducted by Andrés Orozco Estrada; sung Lulu al Tokyo's NHK Hall, returned to Gran Teatre del Liceu with Brahms's A German Requiem, and performed Brahms's Liebesliederwalzer at Grafenegg. Keenly interested in contemporary music, she has premiered, together with the Kuss Quartet, the Die schönen Augen der Frühlingsnacht cycle, written for her by Aribert Reimann; she has performed From Melodious Lay, by Brett Dean, and Jörg Widmann's Versuch über die Fuge with the Irish Chamber Orchestra at Mozartfest Wurzburg, as well as the role of Claudia in Stilles Meer, by Toshio Hosokawa, at the Hamburg Opera, conducted by Kent Nagano.

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GEROLD HUBER, piano
Gerold Huber studied piano with Friedemann Berger at the Musikhoschschule in Munich and attended lied lessons with Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau in Berlín. He received, together with Christian Gerhaher, the Pro Musicis International Award in 1998. Since 2013 he has been a lecturer in the field of lied at the Hochschule für Musik in Würzburg. He has been featured in renowned festivals and important concert halls, such as the Viena Konzertverein, London's Wigmore Hall and the Munich Opera, performing with Christian Gerhaher, Franz-Josef Selig, Mojca Erdmann, Diana Damrau, Ruth Ziesak, Maximilian Schmitt, Christiane Karg, Rolando Villazon and others. He is the artistic director of the Pollinger Tage Alter und Neuer Musik festival. His recordings with Christian Gerhaher, released by Sony Classic, have garnered various prizes, including the Gramophone 2015 Award for "Nachtviolen".

 

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