Past Event

Benjamin Appl & James Baillieu

11 Feb 2015

Liszt Die drei Zigeuner S 0
Ein Fichtenbaum steht einsam S309
Im Rhein, im schönen Strome S272
Rubinstein 6 Lieder von Heine Op. 32
Dvořák Biblical Songs Op. 99 (selection)
Schumann Sechs Gedichte von N. Lenau, Op. 90
Anon. Terezín song
Ilse Weber Ade Kamerad
Dobrý den
Ich wandre durch Theresienstadt
Wiegala
Adolf Strauss Ich weiß bestimmt, ich werd dich wiedersehn
Schumann Requiem from Sechs Gedichte von N. Lenau Op. 90

Since his sensational Festival debut last year, Benjamin Appl has been cementing his reputation as one of the most exciting talents of his generation. Now he returns, once again accompanied by James Baillieu, with a programme of music from or inspired by Eastern Europe. We travel with Gypsies through rugged Rhenish landscapes; hear psalms from the Czech Bible of Kralice; and – in true Romantic tradition – languish in the bittersweet emotion of poems by Lenau and Heine.

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