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House of canons of Santa Maria de Vilabertran / Highlights / Concert August 30. 21.00 h. Schubertiada 2019. KATHARINA KONRADI - ERIC SCHNEIDER

Highlights
Concert August 30. 21.00 h. Schubertiada 2019. KATHARINA KONRADI - ERIC SCHNEIDER
Start: 08/30/2019  - 
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Friday, August 30
Time: 21.00 h

KATHARINA KONRADI, soprano
ERIC SCHNEIDER, piano

Lieder by Kurtág, Clara & Robert Schumann, Debussy, Brahms & Krenek

PROGRAMME

György Kurtág
József Attila, töredékek, op. 20 (sel.)

Robert Schumann
Sechs Gesänge, op. 107

Claude Debussy
Ariettes oubliées, L. 60

Clara Schumann
Liebeszauber, op. 13/3
ch stand in dunklen Träumen, op. 13/1
Sie liebten sich beide, op. 13/2
Warum willst du and're fragen, op. 12/11
Die Lorelei

Johannes Brahms
Ständchen, op. 106/1
Mädchenlied, op. 85/3
Das Mädchen, op. 95/1
O wüsst' ich doch den Weg, op. 63/8
Das Mädchen spricht, op. 107/3
Wie Melodien zieht es mir, op. 105/1

Ernst Krenek
Ô Lacrimosa, op. 25

KATHARINA KONRADI, soprano
Winning the Deutsche Musikwettbewerb and the Walter und Charlotte Hamen Foundation (2017) award marked a turning point in her still-young career. She went on to participate in the opening of NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchester's 2017/18 season and debuted at the Hamburg Opera as Ännchen (Der Freischtuz). She has been part of the Wiesbaden Opera since the 2015/16 season, performing, among others, as Pamina  (The Magic Flute), Susanna (The Marriage of Fígaro), Zerlina (Don Giovanni) and Zdenka (Arabella). She has also been a guest of the Tonhalle Orchester Zürich, the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Orchester of Paris. Born in Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan), she began her vocal training with Julie Kaufmann in 2009, in Berlin. She completed her Master's degree in Lied Interpretation with Christiene Iven and Donald Sulzen at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Munich.

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ERIC SCHNEIDER, piano
Eric Schneider studied piano and mathematics. Following his first competition prizes and piano recital performances he resolved to pursue studies in the Lieder genre under Hartmut Höll. His career received hightly influential input from such pianists as Paul Badura-Skoda and Alfred Brendel, as well as Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. His performances as a Lieder accompanist took him to the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Carnegie Hall in New York and Tokyo Opera City among other venues. He has been a regular guest at illustrious festivals including the Schubertiade Schwarzenberg, the Salzburg Festival and the Tanglewood Summer Music Festival. Numerous highly praised recordings document his exceptional standing as a Lieder accompanist with such partners as Christiane Oelze, Hans Peter Blochwitz, Christine Schäffer and Matthias Goerne.

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