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17th February 2013

3.00pm
Price : €15.00/ Concession €12.00

ADDRESS

National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35314170000
info@nch.ie

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www.nch.ie

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Schubertreise II

Conor Biggs, bass

Michel Stas, piano

               

Schubert Erlkönig, Op.  1 (D 328)

Gretchen am Spinnrade, Op.  2 (D 118)

Schäfers Klagelied, Op. 3,1 (D 121)

Meeres Stille, Op. 3,2 (D 216)

Heidenröslein, Op. 3,3 (D 257)

Jägers Abendlied, Op. 3,4 (D 368)

Der Wanderer, Op. 4,1 (D 489)

Morgenlied, Op. 4,2 (D 685)

Wanderers Nachtlied, Op. 4,3 (D 224)

Rastlose Liebe, Op. 5,1 (D 138)

Nähe des Geliebten, Op. 5,2 (D 162)

Der Fischer, Op. 5,3 (D 225)

Erster Verlust, Op. 5,4 (D 226)

Der König in Thule, Op. 5,5 (D 367)

Memnon, Op. 6,1 (D 541)

Am Grabe Anselmos, Op. 6,3 (D 504)

Die Abgeblühte Linde, Op. 7,1 (D 514)

Der Flug der Zeit, Op. 7,2 (D 515)

Der Tod und das Mädchen, Op. 7,3 (D 531)

One of the most ambitious classical music projects Ireland has ever seen Schubertreise will take the listener on an exciting journey through six hundred songs: thirty five recitals at the rate of four a year. It has become commonplace in recent years to hear of complete performances of the Beethoven piano sonatas, the Bach cantatas or the Haydn symphonies, but most of Schubert’s extraordinary songs are never performed. Starting in February 2013 with Die Schöne Müllerin, the series will closely follow the Bärenreiter edition.  Dubliner Conor Biggs and Flemish pianist Michel Stas have already embarked on this long journey in Belgium and are keen to share these unjustly neglected masterpieces with the Irish public in the intimate setting of the Kevin Barry Room.

Following the order of the songs published in Schubert’s lifetime (i.e. the songs bearing an opus number) this second recital in the series contains some of the best-known songs: Erlkönig, Gretchen am Spinnrade, Heidenröslein and Der Tod und das Mädchen.

Ticket Information:

Prices: €15.00 (Concessions: €12.00)

Pre-Order Mini-Pastries and Tea/Coffee with your tickets for an additional €6.00

Presented by The National Concert Hall

Schubertreise II

17th February 2013

3.00pm
Price : €15.00/ Concession €12.00

ADDRESS

National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35314170000
info@nch.ie

WEB

www.nch.ie

Share

Conor Biggs, bass

Michel Stas, piano

               

Schubert Erlkönig, Op.  1 (D 328)

Gretchen am Spinnrade, Op.  2 (D 118)

Schäfers Klagelied, Op. 3,1 (D 121)

Meeres Stille, Op. 3,2 (D 216)

Heidenröslein, Op. 3,3 (D 257)

Jägers Abendlied, Op. 3,4 (D 368)

Der Wanderer, Op. 4,1 (D 489)

Morgenlied, Op. 4,2 (D 685)

Wanderers Nachtlied, Op. 4,3 (D 224)

Rastlose Liebe, Op. 5,1 (D 138)

Nähe des Geliebten, Op. 5,2 (D 162)

Der Fischer, Op. 5,3 (D 225)

Erster Verlust, Op. 5,4 (D 226)

Der König in Thule, Op. 5,5 (D 367)

Memnon, Op. 6,1 (D 541)

Am Grabe Anselmos, Op. 6,3 (D 504)

Die Abgeblühte Linde, Op. 7,1 (D 514)

Der Flug der Zeit, Op. 7,2 (D 515)

Der Tod und das Mädchen, Op. 7,3 (D 531)

One of the most ambitious classical music projects Ireland has ever seen Schubertreise will take the listener on an exciting journey through six hundred songs: thirty five recitals at the rate of four a year. It has become commonplace in recent years to hear of complete performances of the Beethoven piano sonatas, the Bach cantatas or the Haydn symphonies, but most of Schubert’s extraordinary songs are never performed. Starting in February 2013 with Die Schöne Müllerin, the series will closely follow the Bärenreiter edition.  Dubliner Conor Biggs and Flemish pianist Michel Stas have already embarked on this long journey in Belgium and are keen to share these unjustly neglected masterpieces with the Irish public in the intimate setting of the Kevin Barry Room.

Following the order of the songs published in Schubert’s lifetime (i.e. the songs bearing an opus number) this second recital in the series contains some of the best-known songs: Erlkönig, Gretchen am Spinnrade, Heidenröslein and Der Tod und das Mädchen.

Ticket Information:

Prices: €15.00 (Concessions: €12.00)

Pre-Order Mini-Pastries and Tea/Coffee with your tickets for an additional €6.00

Presented by The National Concert Hall

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