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Composer: Franz Peter Schubert (1797–1828)
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  • Christianne Stotijn (mezzo-soprano) & Joseph Breinl (piano)

    …a riveting solo debut recital from the young Dutch mezzo Christianne Stotijn… A gust of wind blows this recital in, and blows it out: Stotijn and her robustly proactive accompanist Joseph... More…

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  • Ernst Haefliger (tenor)

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  • Elizabeth Watts (soprano) & Roger Vignoles (piano)

    …Watt's youthful, radiant delivery, with no flaws in technique that I can hear, fits many of the Lieder like a glove. More…

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  • Karim Sulayman (tenor), Yi-Heng Yang (fortepiano)

    Sulayman is always engaging, with an appealing honesty to his approach and a vividness to his storytelling...His light, silvery tenor is in many ways suited to much of the programme’s theme,... More…

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  • Matthias Goerne (baritone) & Alexander Schmalcz (piano)

    his velvet baritone and faultless breath control [are perfectly suited] to the evocation of enveloping physical and existential darkness, and the light of the moon...Goerne compellingly exploits... More…

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  • Antoine Tamestit (viola), Sandrine Piau (soprano) & Markus Hadulla (piano)

    This little 58-minute Schubertiad a la francaise makes a very good case for the viola as a Schubertian soulmate par excellence...Piau's irresistably radiant soprano, together with the viola...transforms... More…

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  • Christophe Homberger (tenor) Ulrich Koella (piano)

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  • Fabienne Romer (piano), Elin Skorup (soprano)

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  • Atsushi Sakai, Isa Lagarde, Anthony Millet and Noemi Schindler, Noemi Schindler, Anthony Millet

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