99. Robin Tritschler: To the Distant Beloved
22 October 2021, 20:15 - 21:30
Enjoy the whole festival live online for £165 with a Digital Festival Pass. All events will be available on demand after broadcast until 30th November, so you can catch up at a time which suits you.
Gramophone Magazine wrote last year of Robin Tritschler’s performance of Beethoven’s An die ferne Geliebte (‘To the distant beloved’) that ‘he combines something of Fritz Wunderlich’s warmth with Christian Gerhaher’s altogether darker introspection, and is beautifully alert to the cycle’s constant shifts of emotion and mood’. Today he is joined by Roger Vignoles, one of the world's foremost accompanists, for a performance of this great song cycle. Their recital also includes songs by Brahms and Schubert, both grouped around themes the composers were recurringly drawn to birdsong and water.
TRY BEFORE YOU BUY
This event is an in-person and livestreamed event. Livestreamed performances will be available to watch live in our Digital Concert Hall at the advertised performance time and will be available to watch again and on demand until the end of November.
Want to watch this concert in person and at home? 'Hybrid' tickets, valid both in person and for the Digital Concert Hall, are also available for an additional £3 to the in-person price.
All our seating is unreserved. This means you are guaranteed a seat in your chosen area, but not a specific seat. In order to allow for social distancing, you will be seated as an individual or as a group, based on the number of tickets you booked for this concert.
For groups of more than 10, please phone or email the box office to book your tickets.
The performance duration is approximately 1 hour 15 minutes and there will be no interval.
TICKETS AND PASSES
(Online bookings only)
Book five or more concerts at the same time: 5% discount
Book ten or more concerts at the same time: 10% discount
Book fifteen or more concerts at the same time: 15% discount
For even further discounts click here for more information on our Festival Passes.
Tickets for both in-person and the Digital Concert Hall will be issued as eTickets by default. Printed tickets are available on request, for an additional fee.
Due to COVID-19 we have to do things a little differently this year. In order to keep everyone safe, our seating and concert conditions are subject to change in line with changing government guidance.
For more information about our COVID-19 safety measures, please click here.
If you are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 on the day of the concert, please do not attend, but get in touch with our box office to arrange a refund.
SEATING AREAS EXPLAINED
Due to uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 and to keep audiences safe, our venues this year will be socially distanced, and our main seating areas have a reduced capacity. We have added two additional seating areas with a limited view of the stage, to allow you to experience our live concerts at a reduced price.
Seating area A (£35): Centre aisle seats, with a clear view of the stage.
Seating area B (£22): Side aisle and back section seats. Some seats may have a reduced view of the stage.
Seating area C (£13): At the back of the church with a reduced view of the stage.
Seating area D (£5): Side chapel or back corner. Please note these seats have no view of the stage.
Undine Smith Moore (1904 - 1989)Love Let the Wind Cry
Lee Hoiby (1926 - 2011)Winter Song
Joseph Schwantner (b. 1943)Black Anemones
Tom Cipullo (b. 1956)Touch Me
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827)
Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897)In Waldeseinsamkeit (Op. 85 no.6)
- In der Ferne (Op. 19 no.3)
- Nachtigallen schwingen (Op. 6 no.6)
- An die Nachtigall (Op. 46 no.4)
- Nachtigall (Op. 97 no.1)
Franz Schubert (1797 - 1828)Liebesbotschaft (D957a) from Schwanengesang
- Am Strome (D539)
- Am Flusse (D766)
- Auf dem Flusse from Winterreise
- Am Bach im Frühling (D361)
- Die Forelle (D550)
- Der Fischer (D225)