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Andras Schiff © Lukas Beck

Sir András Schiff & Freund:innen

»Schubertiade«

Saturday 4 March 2023
19:30 – ca. 21:40
Mozart-Saal

Performers

Sir András Schiff, Hammerflügel

Erich Höbarth, Violine

Anita Mitterer, Viola

Christophe Coin, Violoncello

Brita Bürgschwendtner, Kontrabass

Robert Holl, Bass

sowie von Robert Holl ausgewählte Sängerinnen:

Anja Mittermüller, Mezzosopran

Vokalensemble FRANZ

Martina Fender, Sopran

Lauren Urquhart, Sopran

Andrea Witte, Mezzosopran

Veronika Dünser, Alt

Programme

Franz Schubert

Ständchen / Notturno D 920b für Alt, Frauenchor und Klavier »Zögernd leise« (1827)

Coronach D 836 »Totengesang der Frauen und Mädchen« (1825)

Das große Hallelujah D 442 (1816)

Der 23. Psalm D 706 »Gott ist mein Hirt« (1820)

Gott in der Natur D 757 (1822)

Der Wanderer an den Mond D 870 (1826)

Das Zügenglöcklein D 871 (1826)

Der Winterabend D 938 (1828)

Im Freien D 880 (1826)

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Die Forelle D 550 (1817 ca.)

Klavierquintett A-Dur D 667 »Forellenquintett« (1819)
Sir András Schiff spielt auf einem Hammerflügel von André Stein (1825)

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

»Song Prince with a reprieve«

Schubert, the one so narrowly limited in time, waited in vain for broad public success, but had one thing to constantly fear: Metternich's informer system. Consequently, his sphere of activity was marked by private circles, which - disguised as harmless »Schubertiads« - provided a sociable-subversive forum for his art and other intellectuals. On the first of two concert evenings, Sir András Schiff and his musician friends will present such a Schubertiade »in pure culture« by focusing on the composer's rich lied oeuvre. Kammersänger Robert Holl will perform as the alter ego of Schubert's favorite singer Johann Michael Vogl, before the concert concludes with the famous »Forellenquintett« on historical instruments and in a historical context; after all, the premiere of this work also took place in a private setting, namely in the salon of the Steyr music patron Silvester Paumgartner.
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