An die Einsamkeit
Das Lied der Trennung
Dans un bois solitaire
Why? Op 6 No 5
Serenade Op 63 No 6
None but the lonely heart Op 6 No 6
On this moonlit night Op 73 No 3
Nightingale Op 60 No 4
Again as before alone Op 73 No 6
Does the day reign Op 47 No 6
Robin Tritschler tenor
Iain Burnside piano
Tickets: £12 (£10 concessions)
NB Unallocated seating
Tickets are £9 per ticket when any 4 (or more) BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concerts are booked at the same time. NB all four concerts must be from the same season.
£0.60 online booking fee, £0.70 telephone booking fee per transaction - click here for more information on booking fees
Part of the 2016/17 season
'When I hear his music it is as though I am doing a good deed, and the longer I live, the more I love him. No one other than he has made me weep, tremble with joy from recognition of the closeness to something which we call the ideal.'
Tchaikovsky was one of the great Romantics, yet he revered Mozart’s music above all others, not only relishing it for its clarity and beauty, but also associating it in his mind with a lost, golden age of elegance and manners. In four wide-ranging concerts, ten talented musicians explore this obsession in songs,piano trios, string quartets and piano music – including the Mozart pieces Tchaikovsky used in his Fourth Orchestral Suite.
NB this concert was incorrectly listed as a recital by the Sitkovsetsky Piano Trio in some early listings