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    Orchestre de chambre de Paris

    Harry Ogg | direction
    Julian et Christoph Prégardien | tenors
    Danae Dörken | piano

    Two exceptional tenors – father and son Christoph and Julian Prégardien for a programme of exquisite Lieder.

    Julian et Christoph Prégardien
    Julian et Christoph Prégardien © Hans Moren

    Pre-concert mediation from 7:20 to 8:00 p.m. in the 1st Balcony
    The mediator Coline Infante will introduce you to the works and composers of the evening, to give you anecdotes and answer your questions, so that you can enjoy your concert even more!


    Beethoven  Les Créatures de Prométhée, overture
    Schubert-Reger  Prometheus D. 674
    Schubert-Brahms  Greisengesang D. 778
    Schubert  Der Vater mit dem Kind D. 906
    Schubert-Reger  Erlkönig D. 328
    Beethoven  Coriolan, overture
    « Meine Seele ist erschüttert», aria excerpt from Christus am Öhlberge op. 85
    Schubert  « Lied vom Wolkenmädchen », aria excerpt from Alfonso und Estrella D. 732
    Schubert-Webern  « Der Wegweiser », excerpt from Winterreise D. 911
    Schubert  Totengräbers Heimweh D. 842
    Der Doppelgänger », excerpt from Der Schwanengesang D. 957, 
    Nacht und Träume (orchestration by Clara Olivares)

    How are family bonds forged? How is the baton passed on, and how are lineages perpetuated? Two great tenors, Christoph and Julian Prégardien, who also happen to be father and son, address these interesting questions. Together they have chosen pieces by Beethoven and Schubert, one of which is orchestrated by the composer Clara Olivares, and these will be mirrored in texts and poems. According to Christoph Prégardien, they will bring a touch of mischief to this arrangement: “With Julian, we will be playing throughout the evening on the fact that the audience doesn’t know who is singing what.”

    Production Orchestre de chambre de Paris

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