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Performer: Helmut Deutsch

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MunichFestspiel-Liederabend: Jonas Kaufmann

Festspiel-Liederabend: Jonas Kaufmann
Jonas Kaufmann; 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

Christiane Karg; Sophie Rennert; Mauro Peter; Andrè Schuen

EdinburghMichael Volle & Helmut Deutsch

Schubert, Mahler, Strauss R.
Michael Volle; Helmut Deutsch
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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.
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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.
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Knight Errant: Brahms’ Beautiful Magelone in Rotterdam

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.
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A Winter's Tale: Jonas Kaufmann sings Winterreise

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

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.
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