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Renée Fleming | soprano
Evgeny Kissin | piano

Two vocal and keyboard stars treat us to an evening of Schubert, Liszt, Rachmaninoff and Duparc.

Renée Fleming, Evgeny Kissin
Renée Fleming - DR, Evgeny Kissin © Felix Broede

Programme

Schubert Die Vöegel D. 691, Suleika 1 D. 720, Lied der Mignon D. 877, n°4, Rastlose Liebe D. 138
Liszt Sosalizio S. 161 No. 1 & Valse Oubliée (piano solo)
Freudvoll und Leidvoll S. 280,  Uber Allen Gipfel ist Ruh Mignons S. 306, Lied Kennst du das Land S. 275, Im Rhein, im schoenen Strome S. 272
Intermission
Rachmaninoff  Lilacs, op. 21 No. 5, A Dream op. 38 No. 5, Night from Twelve Songs, Spring Waters, Op.14 No.11
Melodie and serenade excerpts from Morceaux de fantaisie, op. 3, No. 3 et No. 5 (piano solo)
Liszt « S’il est un charmant gazon » S. 284, « Oh quand je dors »  S. 282
Duparc Extase, Sérénade, Le Manoir de Rosemonde

To read

American singer Renée Fleming’s repertoire is huge. She can sing everything – and with extraordinary skill! Strauss, Mozart, Handel, bel canto, Viennese Lieder, French art song (from Duparc to Dutilleux), jazz, and even rock. She is a true diva assoluta. For his part, Russian pianist Kissin has tamed his youthful fervour and now brings the full depth of maturity to his playing. He has reached an unprecedented level of performance, mastering technical difficulties like no other pianist in order to reveal the drama, nobility and poetry of his programmes. We are familiar with him in solo recitals and occasionally in chamber music duet and quartet programmes, but this is the first time he has teamed up with a voice – and what a voice! This is an eagerly anticipated encounter

Production Productions Internationales Albert Sarfati

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