Franz Schubert: Andrè Schuen & Daniel Heide
21 October 2016, 13:10
This event will be broadcast from Holywell Music Room
One of our concerts this year dedicated to one of Schumann's most revered composers, Franz Schubert. We welcome the sensational young baritone Andrè Schuen and his regular duo partner Daniel Heide for the first time.
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Franz Schubert (1797 - 1828)Auf Der Bruck „Auf Der Brücke“ (D853)
- Der Wanderer an den Mond (D870)
- Nachtstück (D672)
- Fahrt zum Hades (D526)
- Der Musensohn (D764)
- Des Fischers Liebesglück (D933)
- Die Sterne (D939)
- Der Schiffer (D536)
- An den Mond (D259)
- Wandrers Nachtlied II (D768)
- Abendstern (D806)
- Der Wanderer (D649)
- Lied eines Schiffers an die Dioskuren (D360)
- Im Frühling (D882)
- Willkommen und Abschied (D767)
BaritoneBaritone Andrè Schuen comes from the Ladin area of La Val (South Tyrol, Italy) and grew up trilingual (Ladin, Italian and German), a versatility reflected in his current repertoire of songs. Although the cello was his instrument of choice for many years, he decided to attend the Mozarteum University in Salzburg, studying singing under Professor Horiana Branisteanu, song and oratorio under Professor Wolfgang Holzmair, and completed master’s degrees under the tutelage of Kurt Widmer, Sir Thomas Allen, KS (Kammersängerin)... Read Full Biography
PianistDaniel Heide grew up in Weimar, where he was playing the piano at the tender age of five; only a year later he joined the gifted-pupil class of Prof. Sigrid Lehmstedt at the “Belvedere” special school for music in his native city. Five years later, however, he left the well-trodden path of the musical wunderkind and interrupted his piano studies, swapping the piano for percussion and taking on the athletic challenge of a cycling team. His return to the keyboard at the age of 17 was a surprise move, but now he was motivated by his... Read Full Biography
This event is part of a series:
The Schumann Project: 14-29 October 2016 The fifteenth Oxford Lieder Festival will be the Schumann Project, a unique survey of Schumann's complete songs. The Schumann Project will explore Schumann's life and times, his friends and contemporaries, his influences and his legacies, and his literary and artistic interests. This two-week feast of song will feature Oxford Lieder's trad...