• 2.20 (日)
  • 20.00
  • ブレーメン
    ·ディー・グロッケ
  • For this event the 2G rule applies

運命の音色

ショスタコーヴィチ、ブラームス、シューベルトの作品

Although Schubert’s 4th symphony is dubbed ›The Tragic‹, the light-hearted final movement in C major ends this concert featuring heavyweights of the concert repertoire on a conciliatory note. The highly acclaimed Lied and opera singer Matthias Goerne, who has long-standing ties with the orchestra, sings the Brahms cycle ›Vier ernste Gesänge‹ (›Four Serious Songs‹), alongside a selection of orchestrated Brahms Lieder and a selection of biblical texts set to music on the theme of death and transience as well as faith, love and hope. Latvian conductor Andris Poga, whose career also includes two years as assistant to Paavo Järvi, also performs the autobiographical String Quartet No. 8 by Dmitri Shostakovich as a chamber symphony for string orchestra, which was dedicated ›In memory of the victims of fascism and war‹, but was essentially a critical appraisal of the desperate situation in the Soviet Union at the end of the 1950s.

Please note: From 14th February, Bremen once again moves into alert level 3. This mean that we can admit bigger audiences to our concerts. The so-called 2G rule will then apply (vaccinated or recovered) – without contact tracing and additional testing. Nevertheless, to ensure your safe concert visit, we will continue to apply the tried-and-tested checkerboard arrangement for seating to enable social distancing. Please be sure to inform yourself about the current hygiene regulations in place at The Glocke prior to the concert.

Tickets: for subscription holders, from Tuesday 01.02, available for general purchase from Tuesday 08.02.

プログラム

    • ドミートリイ・ショスタコーヴィチ (1906–1975)
    • 室内交響曲 Op.110a
    • ヨハネス・ブラームス (1833–1897)
    • 「わが女王よ、あなたは何と」Op.32-9(編曲:アレクサンダー・シュマルツ)
    • ヨハネス・ブラームス
    • 「月に寄せて」Op.71-2(編曲:アレクサンダー・シュマルツ)
    • ヨハネス・ブラームス
    • 「蜘蛛の糸」Op.72-2(編曲:アレクサンダー・シュマルツ)
    • ヨハネス・ブラームス
    • 「航海」Op.96-4(編曲:アレクサンダー・シュマルツ)
    • ヨハネス・ブラームス
    • 「4つの厳粛な歌」Op.121(編曲:アレクサンダー・シュマルツ)
    • フランツ・シューベルト (1797–1828)
    • 交響曲第4番 ハ短調 D417「悲劇的」

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Matthias Goerne is one of the most versatile and sought-after vocalists of his register. A native of Weimar, he studied with Hans-Joachim Beyer, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. Today, Goerne is a frequent guest at renowned festivals and on the world’s principal opera stages, including the Vienna State Opera, the Metropolitan Opera New York and La Scala in Milan. He has collaborated with nearly all eminent conductors and leading orchestras all over the world.

His broad spectrum of operatic roles ranges from the big roles of Wagner and Strauss to Alban Berg. Goerne has also earned himself an excellent reputation internationally as an ambassador of the German ›Kunstlieder‹. The past seasons include a series of song recitals with such outstanding pianists as Leif Ove Andsnes and Daniil Trifonov, in New York’s Carnegie Hall, the Wiener Konzerthaus, the Boulez-Saal Berlin and London’s Wigmore Hall to name a few. The baritone singer has received prestigious awards for his many recordings, including a ›Grammy Award‹ and the ›Echo Klassik‹. In 2017 he completed recordings of Bach cantatas, Schumann songs and scenes from Wagner operas. Matthias Goerne also has more than a passing interest in discovering and debuting major works of modern and contemporary music. He is an honorary member of the Royal Academy of Music in London and in the 2017/18 season Artist in Residence at the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg. The Brahms Requiem with The Deutsche Kammer­philharmonie Bremen is among the concert highlights this year. For the 2018/19 season, he has been invited by the New York Philharmonic to perform ten concerts as Artist in Residence.

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