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Oeuvre: Cycle de Lieder 'An die ferne Geliebte', Op.98

Rechercher des événements de musique classique, opéra et ballet
Fichier de données
CompositeurBeethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827)
Type d'oeuvreVocale
Spectacles à venirEn voir plus...

HamburgAndrè Schuen, Boulanger Trio

© Maxim Schulz
Beethoven, Martin, Britten
Andrè Schuen; Boulanger Trio

LeedsLeeds Lieder Festival | From the Distant Beloved

© Gerard Collett
Britten, Beethoven, Schubert
James Newby; Joseph Middleton

HamburgMatthias Goerne & Jan Lisiecki

Matthias Goerne & Jan Lisiecki
Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki

Klosters-SerneusWiener Klavier Trio, Andrè Schuen (Baritone), Daniel Heide (Piano)

Haydn, Beethoven, Schubert
Wiener Klaviertrio; Andrè Schuen; Daniel Heide

SheffieldMusic in the Round Spring Series - James Gilchrist & Ensemble 360

Skempton, Beethoven, Vaughan Williams
Ensemble 360; James Gilchrist
Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

Bostridge and Vogt perform Schubert and Beethoven

Ian Bostridge © Sim Canetty-Clarke
Ian Bostridge and Lars Vogt bring their recital tour to Sage Gateshead, where they bring bold physicality to their interpretations of songs by Schubert and Beethoven. 

Distant Beloved: exquisite Beethoven

Matthias Goerne © Marco Borggreve
An intensely musical and thought-provoking Beethoven recital at Wigmore Hall from Matthias Goerne and Kristian Bezuidenhout.

Lucky Lieder dip: A celebration of Goethe

James Gilchrist ©
An evening of Lieder with James Gilchrist and Anna Tilbrook promised well, and did deliver occasionally, but sadly enthusiasm got the better of style more than once. 

Longing and sorrow: Christian Gerhaher

A stormy evening in New York was a perfect setting for an intimate and unforgettable lieder recital by the two long-term collaborators at the top of their game.

Sensational Schubert: Paul Lewis and Mark Padmore in Bristol

A small audience had the honour of two big names on stage and enthusiasts of Schubert would agree that there were no two bigger names to have performed the evening's programme than Paul Lewis and Mark Padmore. They gave an intimate chamber performance of songs by Beethoven and Schubert, received with calls of “Bravo!” and whistles.