Matthias Goerne / Jan Lisiecki

Please note the change in programme and artist!

This concert has already taken place! € 47.00 | 41.00 | 30.00 | 15.00 | 10.00
This concert has already taken place! € 47.00 | 41.00 | 30.00 | 15.00 | 10.00

Mikhail Petrenko has regrettably been forced to cancel his song recital due to illness. Matthias Goerne and Jan Lisiecki have kindly agreed to step in. Tickets retain their validity.

»Jan Lisiecki has what it takes to succeed the great Alfred Brendel in the pianists' Olympus« – thus the Berlin Tagesspiegel two years ago; with this eulogy the reviewer placed a massive mantle of expectation over the shoulders of a musician who had just turned 24. So far, Lisiecki has fulfilled expectations: successful albums, sold-out concert halls, long queues of autograph hunters outside his dressing room. Things were similar in the case of »the great Alfred Brendel«. What is still missing? Song accompaniment! Brendel himself, incidentally, recorded Beethoven's wonderfully intimate song cycle »An die ferne Geliebte« together with phenomenal baritone Matthias Goerne, who is also on stage tonight. Thus the wheel turns full circle, and Jan Lisiecki finally gets the opportunity to establish himself as a song accompanist.

Performers

Matthias Goerne baritone

Jan Lisiecki piano

Programme

Ludwig van Beethoven
Resignation WoO 149
An die Hoffnung op. 32
Lied aus der Ferne WoO 137
Maigesang op. 52/4
Der Liebende WoO 139
Sechs Lieder nach Gellert op. 48
An die Hoffnung op. 94 »Ob ein Gott sei?«
Adelaide op. 46
Wonne der Wehmut op. 83/1
Das Liedchen von der Ruhe / aus: Acht Lieder op. 52
An die Geliebte WoO 140
An die ferne Geliebte op. 98


Zugaben:

Ludwig van Beethoven
Klage WoO 113
Flohlied aus Goethes Faust / aus: Sechs Lieder op. 75

Estimated end time
20:40

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