CALENDAR

Artemis Quartett
Vineta Sareika
 violin
Gregor Sigl viola
Julia Hagen violoncello
Florian Boesch bass baritone
Alexander Lonquich piano

"Auf den Saiten zu singen"
Lieder and Chamber Music works by Franz Schubert and Robert Schumann

"The filigree, the very dense communication, the balance between immediacy and artful elaboration: it's all still there," wrote the press last year about the world-famous Artemis Quartet. Now the exceptional formation, which has existed for over 30 years, is taking a break from playing. Fortunately, two of its members, primaria Vineta Sareika and violist Gregor Sigl, are reuniting in autumn in an extraordinary line-up. Together with outstanding musical companions, they dedicate themselves to the wonderfully multi-layered Lied and chamber music works of Franz Schubert and Robert Schumann. In addition to cellist Julia Hagen and Alexander Lonquich at the piano, the Austrian bass-baritone Florian Boesch will be joining forces.

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Marlis Petersen, soprano
Stephan Matthias Lademann, piano

Lied-Recital "Dimension | Innerworld"
Marlis Petersen is a popular singer in the largest opera houses. It's no coincidence that in 2020, she was hailed 'Singer of the Year' by the German magazine Opernwelt for the fourth time in her career, something no one had done before. She even excels in the song genre. With the excellent pianist Stefan Matthias Lademann, she takes you on an imaginary journey to the depths of the soul, exploring the mysterious realm of the unconscious, the night, visions and dreams. Giving us a rendition of the beautiful romantic and fin de siècle songs, she tries to give an insight into the inexplicable stirrings of the deepest inner self, from sweet thoughts to the deepest suffering.

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Dmitri Schostakowitsch: The Nose

Boris Pinkhasovich, Kovaljov Platon Kusmič
Sergei Leiferkus, Ivan Jakovlevič
Laura Aikin, Praskovja Osipovna
Andrey Popov, Reviervorsteher der Polizei
Sergey Skorokhodov, Ivan
Anton Rositskiy, Die Nase
Sean Michael Plumb, Lakai der Gräfin
Gennady Bezzubenkov, Beamter der Annoncenredaktion

Bayerisches Staatsorchester

Vladimir Jurowsky, conductor
Kirill Serebrennikov, stage director

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Ilker Arcayürek, tenor
Patrick Grahl, tenor
Jan Petryka, tenor
Samuel Hasselhorn, baritone
David Steffens, bass

Markus Hadulla, piano

Franz Schubert
Auf dem Strom, D 943 in a version for cello
Schwanengesang, D 957 (7 Lieder after Rellstab)
Ludwig van Beethoven
Piano sonata Nr. 14 c#minor, op. 27 Nr. 2, Moonlight-Sonata
Gregor Mayrhofer
"Einsamkeit, Du stummer Bronnen" (text: Clemens Brentano)
Franz Schubert
Schwanengesang, D 957 (6 Lieder after Heine)

Julian Prégardien, tenor
Martin Helmchen, piano
Marie-Elisabeth Hecker, cello

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Artemis Quartett
Vineta Sareika
 violin
Gregor Sigl viola
Julia Hagen violoncello
Florian Boesch bass baritone
Alexander Lonquich piano

"Auf den Saiten zu singen"
Lieder and Chamber Music works by Franz Schubert and Robert Schumann

"The filigree, the very dense communication, the balance between immediacy and artful elaboration: it's all still there," wrote the press last year about the world-famous Artemis Quartet. Now the exceptional formation, which has existed for over 30 years, is taking a break from playing. Fortunately, two of its members, primaria Vineta Sareika and violist Gregor Sigl, are reuniting in autumn in an extraordinary line-up. Together with outstanding musical companions, they dedicate themselves to the wonderfully multi-layered Lied and chamber music works of Franz Schubert and Robert Schumann. In addition to cellist Julia Hagen and Alexander Lonquich at the piano, the Austrian bass-baritone Florian Boesch will be joining forces.

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Johann Sebastian Bach
Mein Herze schwimmt im Blut BWV 199 (1714)

Georg Friedrich Händel
Giulio Cesare in Egitto. Dramma per musica HWV 17 (excerpts)
Il trionfo del tempo e del disinganno. HWV 46a (excerpts) (1707)
Der für die Sünde der Welt gemarterte und sterbende Jesus HWV 48 »Brockes-Passion« (excerpts) (1716)

Sabine Devieilhe, soprano
Ensemble Pygmalion
Raphaël Pichon, conductor

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Francesco Cilea: Adriana Lecouvreur

Brian Jagde, Maurizio, Conte di Sassonia
Brian Jagde
Nicola Alaimo, Michonnet
Nicola Alaimo
Ermonela Jaho, Adriana Lecouvreur
Ermonela Jaho
Elīna Garanča, La Principessa di Bouillon
Elīna Garanča
Evgeny Solodovnikov, Il Principe di Bouillon
Evgeny Solodovnikov
Andrea Giovannini, Abate
Ilja Kazakov, Quinault
Angelo Pollak, Poisson
Ileana Tonca, Jouvenot
Patricia Nolz, Dangeville

Asher Fisch, conductor

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Franz Lehár: Die lustige Witwe

Morten Staugaard, Zeta
Dénise Beck, Valencienne
Peter Lodahl, Danilo
Sine Bungaard, Hanna Glawari

Vincenzo Milletarì | Thomas Bagwell, conductors
Kasper Holten, director
Adam Price und Kasper Holten, arrangements
Adam Price, tests and dialogues 
Steffen Aarfing, set designer
Ida Marie Ellekilde, costume design
Signe Fabricius, choreographer
Ulrik Gad, lighting design
Luke Halls, video design

The Royal Danish Orchestra
The Royal Danish Opera Chorus

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Kaija Saariaho: L’amour de loin

Holger Falk, Jaufré Rudel
Emily Hindrichs, Clémence
Katrin Wundsam, The Pilgrim

Constantin Trinks, conductor
Johannes Erath, director 
Bernhard Hammer, set designer
Katharina Tasch, costume designer
Nicol Hungsberg, lighting designer
Bibi Abel, videos
Rustam Samedov, chorus master
Georg Kehren, dramaturgy

Chor der Oper Köln
Gürzenich-Orchester Köln

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