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Cancelled: Benjamin Appl, Baritone
James Baillieu, Piano

Thursday, May 14, 2020 7:30 PM Weill Recital Hall
Benjamin Appl by Lars Borges / Sony Classical
There are singers who pour forth beautiful tone, find nuances in a song, or plum dramatic depths. Benjamin Appl does it all—more accurately, he inhabits a song. “The current front-runner of the new generation of lieder singers” (Gramophone), Appl is “a compelling storyteller, alive to the smallest flickers of humor or pathos in a text” (The Spectator). You’ll want to be there when the young German baritone shows why audiences around the world call him lieder royalty.


Benjamin Appl, Baritone
James Baillieu, Piano


SCHUBERT "Nachtstück," D. 672

SCHUBERT "Auf dem Wasser zu singen," D. 774

TCHAIKOVSKY "In the Midst of the Ball," Op. 38, No. 3

R. STRAUSS "Ständchen," Op. 17, No. 2

HAHN "L'Heure exquise" from Chansons grises

CHABRIER "L'île heureuse"

SOMERVELL "White in the Moon the Long Road Lies" from A Shrophsire Lad

SCHUBERT "Der Wanderer an den Mond," D. 870

VAUGHAN WILLIAMS "The Infinite Shining Heavens" from Songs of Travel

SCHUMANN "Mein schöner Stern!," Op. 101, No. 4

GURNEY "Sleep" from Five Elizabethan Songs

SCHUMANN "Belsatzar," Op. 57

SCHUMANN "Zwielicht," Op. 39, No. 10

SCHUBERT "Erlkönig," D. 328

WILLIAM BOLCOM "Song of Black Max" from Cabaret Songs

QUILTER "Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal," Op. 3, No. 2

BRAHMS "Wie rafft ich mich auf in der Nacht," Op. 32, No. 1

SCHOENBERG "Warum bist du aufgewacht"

WOLF "An die Geliebte" from Mörike-Lieder

GRIEG "Ein Traum," Op. 48, No. 6

SCHUBERT "Der blinde Knabe," D. 833

SCHUMANN "Wer nie sein Brot mit Tränen aß," Op. 98a, No. 4

WEBER "Ich wandre durch Theresienstadt"

WEBER "Wiegala"


R. STRAUSS "Morgen!," Op. 27, No. 4

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