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    Philippe Jaroussky countertenor
    Jérôme Ducros piano

    We already know that his curiosity extends from the Baroque repertoire to the most contemporary works. This season, Philippe Jaroussky has set himself the new challenge of Schubert’s Lieder.

    Philippe Jaroussky
    Philippe Jaroussky © Simon Fowler, Erato Warner Classics
    Jéröme Ducros
    Jérôme Ducros © Jean-Baptiste Millot

    Schubert Lieder
    Im Frühling, Des Fischers Liebesglück
    An die Laute, Die Götter Griechenlands
    Klavierstück No. 2 D. 946 
    An die Musik, Erster Verlust, An Sylvia
    Gruppe aus Tartarus, Du bist die Ruh 
    Rosamunde, Der Musensohn
    Nacht und Träume, Herbst, Litanei
    Impromptu Op. 90 No. 3 D.899
    Auf dem Wasser zu singen, Im Abendrot
    Die Sterne, Abendstern
    Nachtstück (D 672)

    Approximate running time
    1st part: 40mn - Intermission: 20mn - 2nd part: 40mn

    Sung in German with French and English subtitles

    With 599 entries in his catalogue of Lieder, which exploits the potential of the lyric vocal genre to the full, Schubert is the undisputed master of the Lied. He was the first to give it such prominence and his work is imbued with the theme of solitude so keenly cherished by German Romanticism. As we do not yet know which pieces Philippe Jaroussky will select from this huge catalogue, our thoughts turn to the great singers who have immortalised this repertoire in the past, from baritone Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau to soprano Elisabeth Schwarzkopf. It is now the turn of Philippe Jaroussky and Jérôme Ducros to take up the challenge and to combine their understanding of scores with their powers of musical and vocal expression.

    Production Théâtre des Champs-Elysées