Performer: Matthias Goerne

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LondonLondon Philharmonic Orchestra: Symphony of a Thousand

Tallis, Mahler
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Vladimir Jurowski; Melanie Diener; Anne Schwanewilms; Sofia Fomina; Sarah Connolly

AmsterdamStaatskapelle Dresden & Matthias Goerne: Mahler

Mahler, Schumann
Staatskapelle Dresden; Daniel Harding; Matthias Goerne

IstanbulSchubert Lieder

Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert
Quatuor Ébène; Matthias Goerne; Laurene Durantel

LondonLondon Philharmonic Orchestra: Das Rheingold

Wagner: Das Rheingold
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Vladimir Jurowski; Sofia Fomina; Rowan Hellier; Lucie Spickova; Lyubov Petrova

ChicagoDutoit conducts Faure's Requiem

Wagner, Honegger, Fauré
Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Charles Dutoit; Chen Reiss; Matthias Goerne; Chicago Symphony Chorus; Duain Wolfe
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Nuanced revival of McVicar's Tristan und Isolde

Sir David McVicar's production of Tristan und Isolde premiered at the Wiener Staatsoper in 2013, and was then recognized as a friendly platform for singers. Here it is freshly revived with a new cast.
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Dramatically powerful Siegfried in Hong Kong

Joining Music Director Jaap van Zweden were some familiar faces who had appeared in Das Rheingold and Die Walküre in the same or different roles, and new faces appearing for the first time.
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The Odd Couple: Mozart and Bartók in Boston

The Doors of Perception swung wide at Symphony Hall as Charles Dutoit led the Boston Symphony in an unusual and engrossing pairing of Mozart’s boisterous, Haydenesque Symphony no. 39 in E flat, K543, and Bartók’s one-act opera, Duke Bluebeard’s Castle,
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Distant Beloved: exquisite Beethoven

An intensely musical and thought-provoking Beethoven recital at Wigmore Hall from Matthias Goerne and Kristian Bezuidenhout.
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Dark Night of the Soul: Matthias Goerne and Daniil Trifonov

Baritone Matthias Goerne and pianist Daniil Trifonov combined their talents to explore the darker side of human existence in an intense, uninterrupted 90-minute recital.
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