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"First comes music, then the words!”
Mozart was said to exclaim
“Music must always subordinate itself to the text.” insisted his great admirerer Goethe.

Every art song balances between these two extremes; where the emphasis lies may change within the measure. We search for a manner of making music open and fluid enough to respond immediately to each others’ ideas without loosing sight of our own musical imagination and specific imagery. The podium is transformed to an exciting and lively place to exchange thoughts, emotions and perceptions of all the senses.

Audience welcome to attend!

"Ideal unity of singing and piano"
Vienna 1900
Songs by Brahms, Mahler, Pfitzner, Schönberg, Strauß & Wolf.

Voices of Israel:
New Music from Israel for Voice, Piano & Duo.
Works by Avni, ben Cohen, Catalove, Kadima, Tal
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This program was supported by the Anni-Eisler-Lehmann Foundation and the City Opera of Mainz

Out of Theresienstadt:
Songs and works for Piano by Haas, Krása, Klein, Schulhof, Ullmann. (Optional: with readings of prose and poetry)
This program was commisioned by the “Living Museum for German-Jewish History” for the Opera House in Wiesbaden.

American Dreams:
Songs and Cycles by Leslie Bassett, Leonard Bernstein, John Cage, Vincent Persichetti and George Crumb
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This program was commisioned be the series “Unheard(of) Music”, Berlin

Plaisirs d'amour
French Song at its’ most tender
by Bizet, Boulanger, Debussy, Fauré, Ravel & Poulenc


Lieder und Zyklen des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts:
Haim Alexander, Tzwi Avni, Leslie Bassett, Alban Berg, Luciano Berio, Leonard Bernstein, Georges Bizet, Lili Boulanger, Johannes Brahms, Aaron Copland, George Crumb, Anton Dvorak, Hans Eisler, Gabriel Fauré, George Gershwin, Pavel Haas, Fanny Hensel, Hagar Kadima, Hans Krása, Franz Liszt, Gustav Mahler, Felix Mendelssohn, Olivier Messiaen, Vincent Persichetti, Hans Pfitzner, Francois Poulenc, Cole Porter, Maurice Ravel, Gioacchino Rossini, Arnold Schönberg, Franz Schubert, Robert Schumann, Dmitri Schostakowitsch, Charlotte Seither, Richard Strauß, Viktor Ullmann, Clara Wieck, Hugo Wolf, Alexander v. Zemlinsky.