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StartseiteHome Franz Schubert
Wednesday concert / Mittwochskonzert

Franz Schubert

A musical biography with Udo Wachtveitl

Wednesday, 2 December 2020, 8:30 pm
Munich, Prinzregententheater

Programme

Franz Schubert
Der Teufel als Hydraulicus: Ouvertüre

Franz Schubert
“An die Musik”, D 547 (Orch.: M. Reger)

Franz Schubert
“Abendstern”, D 806

Franz Schubert
“Die Forelle”, D 550

Franz Schubert
“Erlkönig”, D 328 (Orch.: M. Reger)

Franz Schubert
“Der Tod und das Mädchen”, D 531

Franz Schubert
String quartet No. 14, D minor, D 810

Franz Schubert
“Im Abendrot”, D 799

Franz Schubert
„An Sylvia“ D891 (Orch.: anonym)

Franz Schubert
“Wegweiser”, D 911

Franz Schubert
Symphonie Nr. 5, B-Dur: 4. Satz Allegro vivace

Performers

Benjamin Appl, Baritone

Udo Wachtveitl, Recitation

George Petrou, Direction

About the programme

“Beloved art, in how many a bleak hour […] have you kindled my heart to the warmth of love.” Schubert’s brief life unfolded in a veil of melancholy, but also with joie de vivre and tireless creativity among his circle of musical friends. The young Viennese musician also sought in vain to establish himself as an opera composer. This concert is a tribute to Franz Schubert that fetches him from the middle-class parlour and places him on the great stage: purely instrumental works, together with several of his most famous songs, paint an impressive picture of a composer who never stood in the limelight.

Udo Wachtveitl © Elena Zaucke

About the performers

Schubert wrote many of his songs for Johann Michael Vogl. In Benjamin Appl, a baritone from a new generation of lied singers, we have a genuine heir to Vogl’s art. This lecture-concert with songs in versions for voice and orchestra and works for orchestra will be headed by a connoisseur of the repertoire: the conductor George Petrou. The designated artistic director of the Göttingen Handel Festival has made an international name for himself as a conductor. By now actor Udo Wachtveitl has become a stalwart of BR-KLASSIK’s audio biographies, breathing life into the composers’ careers both on CD and in the concert hall.

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