Schumann, Liszt & Bruch: Christoph Prégardien & Christoph Schnackertz
22 October 2016, 19:30
This event will be broadcast from Saint John the Evangelist
World-famous tenor Chrisoph Prégardien performs Schumann's first cycle of Heine poetry, the Liederkreis, Op. 24, as well as his settings of Hans Christian Andersen. Alongside this we hear songs by Schumann's friend-cum-nemesis Franz Liszt, and compatriot Max Bruch.
Festal supper will be available from 6:30pm every evening (except Thursday 20th). Enjoy a delicious hot main meal and side dish between the afternoon and evening recitals for just £11. Our food partners this year are the Vaults & Garden Café, The Oxford University Club, and St Stephen’s House. Please book by midnight the day before by clicking here.
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Robert Schumann (1810 - 1856)
Robert Schumann (1810 - 1856)
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Max Bruch (1838 - 1920)Lausche, lausche! (Op. 15 no.1) from Vier Lieder für Solostimme und Klavier
- Goldne Brücken (Op. 15 no.4) from Vier Lieder für Solostimme und Klavier
- Frisch gesungen! (Op. 7 no.6) from Sechs Lieder
- Russisch (Op. 7 no.3) from Sechs Lieder
- Um Mitternacht (Op. 59 no.1) from Fünf Lieder für Bariton und Klavier
- Zweites Kophtisches Lied (Op. 59 no.3) from Fünf Lieder für Bariton und Klavier
- Kophtisches Lied (Op. 59 no.2) from Fünf Lieder für Bariton und Klavier
Franz Liszt (1811 - 1886)Freudvoll und Leidvoll (S166)
- Der du von dem Himmel bist (S279)
- Es war ein König in Thule (S278)
- Im Rhein, im schönen Strome (S272)
- Loreley (S273)
Tenor”His lyric tenor voice had a youthful glow, yet he sang with plaintive beauty and piercing insight.”The New York Times Precise vocal control, clear diction, intelligent musicality and an ability to get to the heart of everything he sings all ensure Christoph Prégardien’s place among the world’s foremost lyric tenors. Especially revered as a Liedersinger, he kicks off the 2019/2020 season with concerts at the Schubertiade Hohenems and the Oxford Lieder Festival. He then performs in the US on tour with pianist... Read Full Biography
PianistCHRISTOPH SCHNACKERTZ, born 1984, had his first piano lesson with Clovis Alessandri and studied in Cologne under Professors Pierre-Laurent Aimard and Jürgen Glauss (Lieder accompaniment). Since 2005 he has been further inspired by his work as a regular accompanist for the vocal class of Professor Christoph Prégardien. From 2007 until 2010 he was on a scholarship from "Yehudi Menuhin LiveMusicNow Köln e.V.", and he is the prize holder of the Felix-Mendelssohn-Bartholdy-Competition in Berlin (Accompanist prize 201... 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...