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Performer: Christian Gerhaher

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MunichFestspiel-Liederabend Christian Gerhaher & Gerold Huber

Festspiel-Liederabend Christian Gerhaher & Gerold Huber
Christian Gerhaher; Gerold Huber

BolzanoStrauss, Mahler, Beethoven

© Sony - Gregor Hohenberg
Strauss R., Mahler, Beethoven
Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester; Herbert Blomstedt; Christian Gerhaher

BolzanoDvořák, Bruckner

© M. Lengemann
Dvořák, Bruckner
Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester; Herbert Blomstedt; Christian Gerhaher

AmsterdamGustav Mahler Youth Orchestra: Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3

© Simon van Boxtel
Strauss R., Mahler, Beethoven
Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester; Herbert Blomstedt; Christian Gerhaher

BerlinChristian Gerhaher & Gerold Huber

© Alexander Basta
Christian Gerhaher; Gerold Huber
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Polished perfection: Winterreise at the Musikverein

Christian Gerhaher © Gregor Hohenberg | Sony Classical
Whether one prefers more raw emotion and large-scale architecture or is thrilled by perfectly sculpted individual masterpieces, this was undeniably chamber music of the highest order.
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A Winterreise where the pianist leads the psychological journey

Gerold Huber © Clive Barda | ArenaPAL
Huber’s morbid piano here was chilling and pointed the way to a harrowing finale that never quite materialised.
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Pierre Audi’s new Parsifal grinds the gears in Munich

Nina Stemme (Kundry) © Ruth Walz
Instead of telling a story of spiritual enlightenment and ultimate redemption through faith, Pierre Audi's reading is bereft of mystery and magic.
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Paradise Regained: Schumann’s secular oratorio in Berlin

Mikko Franck © Abramowitz | Radio France
Berliner Philharmoniker’s interpretation of Das Paradies und die Peri reaches for the heavens. 
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Holliger’s new Lunea: pages from a poet’s Life

Christian Gerhaher (Lenau) © Paul Leclaire
Heinz Holliger’s Lunea, which recently premiered at the Zurich Opera House, is “not an opera”, or so the ground-breaking Swiss composer contends.
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