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Performer: Helmut Deutsch

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Graz4. Liederabend: Mauro Peter

Schumann
Mauro Peter; Helmut Deutsch

ViennaMauro Peter

Schumann
Mauro Peter; Helmut Deutsch

ViennaPiotr Beczała • Helmut Deutsch

Schubert, Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky
Piotr Beczała; Helmut Deutsch

SchwarzenbergLiederabend Mauro Peter, Helmut Deutsch

Schubert: Winterreise (W. Müller), D.911
Mauro Peter; Helmut Deutsch

SchwarzenbergLiederabend Christiane Karg, Sophie Rennert, Mauro Peter, Andrè Schuen, Helmut Deutsch, Julius Drake

Brahms
Christiane Karg; Sophie Rennert; Mauro Peter; Andrè Schuen
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Scattering clouds: Ekaterina Semenchuk at Wigmore Hall

Ekaterina Semenchuk © Sheila Rock
Recitals of Russian song don't have to be suffocated with doom and gloom. Neither do they have to be built upon the works of Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov.
****1
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Die schöne Müllerin at the Schubertiade

Mauro Peter © Machreich | Franziska Schrödinger
Lyric tenor Mauro Peter recently returned to the renowned Schubert festival to sing the demanding song cycle that many consider to be the pinnacle of Lied.
****1
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Knight Errant: Brahms’ Beautiful Magelone in Rotterdam

Michael Volle © Winifried Hösl
Brahms’ only song cycle, Die schöne Magelone, gets star treatment from baritone Michael Volle, pianist Helmut Deutsch and narrator Thomas Quasthoff at the Doelen in Rotterdam.
****1
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A Winter's Tale: Jonas Kaufmann sings Winterreise

Jonas Kaufmann © schotzshootspeople
Jonas Kaufmann, German singer extraordinaire, may not be fully human. His exquisite chocolatey tenor, coupled with his extraordinary command of diction, tone and emotion, lend him an other-worldly air, whether performing opera or singing lieder. This man can do no wrong, as was witnessed Tuesday night at his Berlin Philharmonic performance of Schubert’s intense song cycle Winterreise.
*****
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Hugo Wolf's complete Italienisches Liederbuch at the Vienna Konzerthaus

Juliane Banse  ©  Stefan Nimmesgern
The evening began on a fun note: Juliane Banse’s voice rang out in a pre-recorded message, reminding the audience that as far as she knew, cell phones and classical music did not generally mix. After a community chuckle, the audience applauded Banse, Bo Skovhus and Helmut Deutsch onto the stage, and then settled back into its seats for an evening of Hugo Wolf’s Italienisches Liederbuch.
***11
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