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Marek Olbrzymek

National Theatre Brno

Pavol Breslik Recital

At home on the world’s stages and now live in our living rooms

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A stroll through the repertoire from the impressionist Claude Debussy to the ‘lone wolf’ Leoš Janáček by way of Alban Berg’s Second Viennese School and the late Romantic tradition of Richard Strauss and the lesser known Spanish composer Joaquín Turina.

 

Recently appointed Bavarian Chamber Singer, Pavol Breslik is one of the most respected tenors of our time. His live recital from National Theatre Brno accompanied by pianist Róbert Pechanec offers a selection of songs by composers who represented the progressive trends in music at the dawn of the 20th century.

TenorPavol Breslik
PianoRóbert Pechanec


Programme

Claude Debussy: a selection of songs
Starry Night
Moonlight
Beautiful Evening
Apparition

Joaquín Turina: Poema en forma de canciones
Dedication
Never Forget
Chants
The Two Fears
Mad for Love

Leoš Janáček: 6 Folk Songs sung by Gabel Eva
I will not die on the ground
I Went Through the Town
Four Scythes
On the Meadows of Slatina
Far and Wide
For you, Annie

Alban Berg: a selection of songs
The Night
Song about the Reed
The Nightingale
Summer Days

Richard Strauss: Vier letzte Lieder
Spring
September
When Falling Asleep
At Sunset