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38. Stephan Loges & Eugene Asti

17 October 2020, 13:00 - 14:00


Concert

Lunchtime


This event will be broadcast from Holywell Music Room


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Following on from our earlier Song Connections event on Beethoven and the Enlightenment, Stephan Loges and Eugene Asti present a recital placing Beethoven as the crucial pivot between earlier composers such as C.P.E. Bach, Zelter, Haydn and Mozart, and the inimitable master of song Franz Schubert.

The German bass-baritone Stephan Loges has been described as ‘bringing impressive gravitas… and a touching tenderness’ by Gramophone, and he is always a pleasure to welcome to the Festival with the masterful pianist Eugene Asti.

This concert will be streamed completely live from the Holywell Music Room. Shortly afterwards, it will also be available to watch again (using the same ticket and link) until 1 November 2020. Click here for further information on how tickets will work this year.


Programme


Artist Portrait

Stephan Loges

Stephan Loges

Bass-baritone

Born in Dresden, Stephan Logeswas an early winner of the Wigmore Hall International Song Competition. He has given recitals throughout the world, including regular appearances at Wigmore Hall London as well as Carnegie Hall New York, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Vienna Konzerthaus, Klavierfestival Ruhr, La Monnaie Brussels, Schleswig-Holstein Festival, Santiago de Compostela, BBC Radio 3, Musée d’Orsay Paris and the Vocal Arts Series in Washington with pianists Graham Johnson, Eugene Asti, Roger Vignoles, Iain Burnside, Simon Lepper... Read Full Biography
Artist Portrait

Eugene Asti

Eugene Asti

Pianist

Eugene Asti studied at the Mannes College of Music, New York with Jeannette Haien where he earned his B.Mus. and M.A. and subsequently studied piano accompaniment with Graham Johnson at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. Eugene currently teaches at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and is Vocal Accompaniment Coordinator at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance and regularly gives masterclasses both in the UK and abroad. One of the foremost accompanists of his generation, he has performed with many great arti... Read Full Biography

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General Admission £10.00
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Under 35s Ticket
£5.00

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£250.00
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£90.00
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£35.00
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£25.00

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This event is part of a series:

Connections Across Time - A Brief History of Song

Over a packed eight days, world-class artists including Benjamin Appl, Ian Bostridge, Sarah Connolly and Roderick Williams will present some 40 concerts and events, from venues across Oxford and completely live. From the comfort of your own home, you will be able to enjoy these concerts live-streamed in the highest quality. We’ll be exploring every possible advantage of this temporary ...

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