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    Matthias Goerne | baritone
    Evgeny Kissin | piano

    Evgeny Kissin at the piano accompanying Matthias Goerne, one of the finest contemporary performers of the German Lied.

    Mathhias Goerne, Evgeny Kissin
    Mathhias Goerne © Marie Staggat, Evgeny Kissin © Sasha Gusov

    Schumann  Abends am Strand Op. 45 No. 3
    Es leuchtet meine Liebe Op. 127 No. 3
    Mein Wagen rollet langsam Op. 142 No. 4
    Dichterliebe Op. 48
    Brahms  Sommerabend Op. 85 No. 1, Mondenschein Op. 85 No. 2
    Es liebt sich so lieblich im Lenze! Op. 71 No. 1, Meerfahrt Op. 96 No. 4
    Es schauen die Blumen Op. 96 No. 3, Der Tod, das ist die kühle Nacht Op. 96 No. 1
    Lieder und Gesänge Op. 32

    Matthias Goerne is a giant in every sense of the word, both physically and vocally. He is undoubtedly the finest exponent of the Lied of his generation in repertoire which he has been exploring tirelessly on stage and in recordings for over twenty years. Now at the height of his powers, he has complete mastery of his voice and all its nuances, offering the beauty and delights of a peerless legato. A worthy successor to Schwarzkopf and Fischer-Dieskau, he excels at drawing attention to the subtlest of inflections, breathing life into each word or even each syllable. A very special musical event from a performer at the peak of his powers, and a meeting of two giants.

    Productions Internationales Albert Sarfati