Brahms Wie Melodien; Des Liebsten Schwur; Immer leise; Liebestreu; Die Mainacht; Von ewige Liebe; Zwei Gesänge
Gustav Mahler Ich atmet' einen linden Duft; Das irdische Leben
Alma Mahler Bei dir ist es traut; Ich wandle unter Blumen; Laue Sommernacht
Korngold Four Shakespeare Songs
Kitty Whately mezzo-soprano
Timothy Ridout viola
Joseph Middleton piano
Tickets: £15 (£13 concessions, £5 under-18s)
NB Unallocated seating
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Traditionalist or innovator? Classicist or Romantic? Brahms stood with one foot in the past and one in the future, a figure whose music would influence generations of composers, and echo in the work that would follow.
In this series, we explore Brahms’ most extraordinary works for chamber ensemble, compositions by his friends and contemporaries, and music by Mahler, Berg and other later composers which bear the trace of his influence.
Change of Artist and Programme
Due to travel restrictions, Katarina Karnéus will not be able to perform in this concert. Mezzo-soprano Kitty Whately will perform an updated programme, accompanied by violist Timothy Ridout and pianist Joseph Middleton.
Posted 5 October 2020
Recorded for broadcast on BBC Radio 3 on Friday 23 October
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