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Program Notes: Danish String Quartet

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Seeing Double: The DoppelgĂ€nger Project Reprinted courtesy of Cal Performances, University of California, Berkeley, CA “Mir graust es, wenn ich sein Antlitz sehe/Der Mond zeigt mir meine eigne Gestalt” (“It horrifies me when I see his face/The moon reveals my own … Continue reading

Program Notes: Ema Nikolovska

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Mezzo-soprano Eva Nikolovska has curated an intriguing recital program of songs composed in the forty years between 1865 and 1905, a selection that highlights the changing styles of music emanating from three important centres of music-making. From Vienna there are … Continue reading

Program Notes: Tristan Teo

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Robert Schumann   Widmung (arr. Franz Liszt) The year 1840 was Robert Schumann’s Liederjahr, his ‘year of song’. After 10 years of writing almost exclusively for the piano, Schumann in 1840 burst into song, composing well over a hundred Lieder. … Continue reading