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Performer: Christian Gerhaher

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ZürichSong recital Christian Gerhaher

Christian Gerhaher; Gerold Huber

BudapestChristian Thielemann and the Dresdner Staatskapelle

Wavemaker Hungary - MUPA
Mendelssohn, Zemlinsky
Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden; Christian Thielemann; Julia Kleiter; Christian Gerhaher

LondonLa traviata

Verdi: La traviata
Antonello Manacorda; Sir Richard Eyre; The Royal Opera; Paul Wynne Griffiths; Bob Crowley; Jean Kalman
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LondonChristian Gerhaher & Friends

Schoeck, Schoenberg, Berlioz
Christian Gerhaher; Isabelle Faust; Anne Katharina Schreiber; Timothy Ridout
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Christian Gerhaher’s first portrait concert at the Musikverein

Swiss composer Othmar Schoeck’s Notturno is the rarity in an imaginative chamber recital dedicated to nocturnal music and transfiguration.   
****1
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Lear in Munich: brilliant performance, but lifelessly staged

A superb cast of singers is let down by Christoph Marthaler's cold, stilted staging as Reimann's Lear returns to its birthplace.  
***11
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Daniel Harding and the Bamberg Symphony give Schumann his due

Despite extraordinary legato singing and transparent text work, Christian Gerharer offered an oddly mannered interpretation of the Rückert-Lieder.
***11
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Gerhaher's Mahler the standout in Bavarian RSO stream

The German baritone was as extraordinary as ever in a programme with Robin Ticciati and the BRSO in Munich.
****1
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Live audiences return to Wigmore Hall with Gerhaher and Huber

A programme of Schubert and Berg Lieder are sung with ultimate mastery, albeit the programme goes long on melancholy and short on variety.
****1
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Sublime singing in Scenes from Goethe's Faust

Soloists and choir, headed by a spellbinding Christian Gerhaher, brought real lustre to Schumann’s treatment of Goethe’s magnum opus.
****1
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