The concert will feature performances by soprano Kristina Bachrac, tenor Nils Neubert, and pianists Michael Brofman and Miori Sugiyama.
New York University's Deutsches Haus, in collaboration with the Brooklyn Art Song Society, will present Britannica in Deutsch, a musical performance celebrating British song in the work of English composer Benjamin Britten (6 Hölderlin-Fragments Op.61) as well as pieces by the German composers Franz Schubert (3 Shakespeare Lieder), Robert Schumann (from Myrthen, Op. 25), and Richard Strauss (3 Ophelia Lieder Op.67).
The performance will take place on Tuesday, October 6, at 6:30 p.m. Events at Deutsches Haus – 42 Washington Mews (at University Place), New York, N.Y. (212.998.8660) – are free. Advance registration is required. If you would like to attend this event, please send an email to email@example.com. As space at Deutsches Haus is limited, please arrive ten minutes prior to the event to ensure you get a good seat.
Britannica in Deutsch will be featuring performances by soprano Kristina Bachrac, tenor Nils Neubert, and pianists Michael Brofman and Miori Sugiyama.
The Brooklyn Art Song Society (BASS) will enter its sixth season of first-rate music making in the Fall of 2015, having earned a reputation as one of the preeminent organizations dedicated to the vast repertoire of poetry set to music. The New York Times called BASS “a company well worth watching” and Voce di Meche hailed, “as long as BASS is around we do not need to worry about the future of art song in the USA.” The 2015-16 season includes Britannica, a six-concert celebration of British song from Dowland to Birtwistle, the conclusion of The Hugo Wolf Project, and the world-premiere of Andrew Staniland’s Canadian Songbook (BASS/Casement Fund Song Series co-commission). On top of monthly concerts in Brooklyn, BASS will travel to Kansas City, MO and Portland, ME. In the summer, BASS is the Fonzaley Resident Ensemble at the Sembrich in Bolton Landing, New York, and the ensemble in residence at the Lake George Music Festival. For more information visit www.brooklynartsongsociety.org.