Artists
Program
Carl Loewe
Die Überfahrt Op. 94/1
Carl Loewe
Du schönes Fischermädchen Op. 9/VII/5
Carl Loewe
Über allen Gipfeln ist Ruh' Op. 9/I/3a
Carl Loewe
Der du von dem Himmel bist Op. 9/I/4
Carl Loewe
Ich denke dein Op. 9/III/1
Franz Schubert
Das Fischermädchen D 957/10
Franz Schubert
Die Stadt D 957/11
Franz Schubert
Am Meer D 957/12
Franz Schubert
Der Doppelgänger D 957/13
Franz Schubert
Ihr Bild D 957/9
Franz Schubert
Der Atlas D 957/8
Gustav Mahler
Lied des Verfolgten im Turm (from Des Knaben Wunderhorn)
Alexander Zemlinsky
Mit Trommeln und Pfeifen Op. 8/3
Gustav Mahler
Revelge (from Des Knaben Wunderhorn)
Paul Hindemith
O, nun heb du an, dort in deinem Moor Op. 14/2
Charles Ives
Tom Sails Away
Charles Ives
In Flanders Fields
Michael Daugherty
Letter to Mrs. Bixby
Leonard Bernstein
To What You Said (aus Songfest)
Approximate running time: 1h 35m with one intermission

Franz Schubert, declared the English musicologist George Grove in 1883 in fervently Romantic tones, only had to “read the poem, and the appropriate tune, married to immortal verse (a marriage, in his case, truly made in heaven), rushed into his mind, and to the end of his pen.” In a creative life spanning less than 20 years, Schubert wrote over 600 songs—a musical treasure trove that is as diverse as it is inexhaustible. The Pierre Boulez Saal’s Schubert Week, curated by Thomas Hampson, once again unites a group of veteran and up- and-coming artists to explore a selection of these works, together with compositions by Schubert’s contemporaries. As in previous years, Hampson is joined by pianist Wolfram Rieger for the festival's opening recital.

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Pierre Boulez Saal
Französische Straße 33 D
10117 Berlin
Season 2022–2023, Mon, 16 January 2023, 20:00
THOMAS HAMPSON & WOLFRAM RIEGER
SCHUBERT WEEK
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