GOLDA SCHULTZ

A WOMAN HAS WRITTEN THE SONG — 15 JULY

Golda Schultz - Jonathan Ware
© Dario Acosta - Kaupo Kikkas
Soprano
Golda Schultz
Piano
Jonathan Ware

CLARA SCHUMANN — Zwölf Gedichte de Clara et Robert Schumann (1841)
4. « Liebst du um Schönheit », op. 12 n° 2
11. « Warum willst du and’re fragen », op. 12 n° 3
Am Strande (1840)

EMILIE MAYER — Drei Lieder, op. 7 (1848)
3. « Wenn der Abendstern die Rosen »
1. « Du bist wie eine Blume »

REBECCA CLARKE — Down by the Salley Gardens (1924)
The Tiger (1929)
Cradle Song (1929)
The Seal Man (1922)

CLARA SCHUMANN — Lorelei (1843)

EMILIE MAYER — Der Erlkönig II (1870)

NADIA BOULANGER — La Mer est plus belle (1910)
Prière (1909)
Élégie (1906)
Cantique (1909)

KATHLEEN TAGG — This be her verse (2021), new commission on a text by Lila Palmer
French Premiere
« After Philip Larkin »
« Wedding »
« Single Bed »

 

Golda Schultz belongs to that rare category of radiant artists, combining luminous voice and lively performances. Her commitments undoubtedly contribute to this sparkle, much as in this recital entirely dedicated to women composers of different periods and nationalities: from Clara Schumann to Kathleen Tagg, in a French premiere. “And if a woman had written the song, would it be different?”

Friday 15 July 2022
9:00pm
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Tickets: 52€, 31€, 15€
Youth Ticket: 8€
Family Concert Tariff
Performance available with ticket packages

1 hour and 20 minutes with an interval