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    Elsa Dreisig soprano
    Jonathan Ware piano

    Young soprano Elsa Dreisig boasts a meteoric career in the intimate art of the recital spanning three different musical worlds

    Elsa Dreisig
    Elsa Dreisig © Simon Fowler

    Duparc « L’invitation au voyage »
    Strauss Vier Letzte Lieder, « Frühling »
    Rachmaninov « Margaritki » Op. 38 No. 3
    Etude – Tableau, Op. 33 n°2 (piano solo)
    « Krysolov » Op. 38 No. 4
    Strauss Vier Letzte Lieder, « September »
    Rachmaninov « Noch’yu v sadu u menya » Op. 38 No. 1
    Duparc « Aux étoiles », « Chanson triste », « Extase »
    Strauss Vier Letzte Lieder, « Beim Schlafengehen »
    Rachmaninov « K ney » Op. 38 No. 2
    « Son » Op. 38 No. 5
    Strauss Klavierstücke, Op. 3 No. 1 (piano solo)
    Rachmaninov « A-u ! » Op. 38 n°6
    Duparc « La vie antérieure »
    Strauss Vier Letzte Lieder, « Im Abendrot »

    Approximate running time
    1st part: 35mn - Intermission: 20mn - 2nd part: 35mn

    Last season, we showcased the talents of this young French-Danish soprano. Her early recordings and major Parisian recital confirmed her prowess. She trained with a German company and learned her craft by focusing specifically on the lyric repertoire in the intimate recital format. She has chosen this form for her return visit this year, with melodies by Rachmaninov and Duparc and the ultimate “hit” in the repertoire for her register, the famous Four Last Songs. This is a testing choice of repertoire for a young singer, but we are certain that she will rise to the challenge.

    Production Les Grandes Voix