The last music the danish composer Peter Heise wrote was Dyveke’s songs, Dyvekes sange. Six of the seven songs were published shortly after his death, 1879. The seventh and last song was not published until 1896. The poems were written for Peter Heise by Holger Drachmann. A collection of 10 poems divided in two parts… View Article

The members of the International Young Artist’s Programme at the State theatre Nuremberg, sing chamber music and lieder/art songs of their own choice. Vikrant Subramanian Franz Schubert (1797-1828) Der Doppelgänger – Text von Heinrich Heine Abschied – Text von Ludwig Rellstab Aufenthalt – Text von Ludwig Rellstab Das Fischermädchen  -Text von Heinrich Heine Margarita Vilsone Alban Berg (1885-1935)… View Article

As a part of the Church Music Festival; 3. Fürther Kirchenmusiktage  Poesie zwischen Himmel und Erde. Geistliches im Weltlichen A lecture and chamber music concert in the Gemeindehaus St. Michael, Fürth Compositions to Friedrich Rückert’s texts by Johannes Brahms, Gustav Mahler und Robert Schumann Lecture: Georges Tamer (the Chair of Oriental Philology and Islamic Studies at the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg)… View Article

Puksånger/Lockrop – a piece for two voices and timpani by the Swedish composer Karin Rehnqvist will be performed as a part of the concert Jenseits der Aria Festival Aktuelle Musik in Nuremberg. The concert includes music by George Crumb and Luciano Berio   Voice 1 Franziska Zwink Voice 2 Solgerd Isalv Timpani Felix Uttenreuther   Read about last years festival

June 16th and 17th the 3rd contemporary music festival OaarWurm takes place in the house of culture Alte Feuerwache, Friedrichshain, Berlin 16.6.2017, 21.30h (Studiobühne) Konzert und Lesung Michael Quell – anisotropie (2001) for solo piano Arnold Schönberg – Das Buch der hängenden Gärten op.15 / Lyrics by Stefan George Art-Oliver Simon – Abendlicher Reigen (World Premiere)… View Article

A summer recital  -for collecting money for the restoration of the organ in St. Matthäus, Erlangen.  Duets for two females Music by Bach, Mendelssohn, Fauré, Saint-Saëns, Rheinberger and Roman Katrin Küsswetter – Soprano Solgerd Isalv Susanne Hartwich-Düfel – Cembalo and Organ