The National Broadcasting Music Center (CNDM) in co-production with Teatro de La Zarzuela will present the Monday 22 April at 20h00 in the XXV Lied German baritone Andre Schuen alongside fellow, pianist Daniel Heide. The program extends from the full German Romanticism Robert Schumann and Franz Liszt Hungarian until its last legs, and near the expressionist vocalism, with Swiss Frank Martin and powerful monologues about moralizing drama Anyone.
tickets, with a general price 8 a 35 euros, and are on sale at the box office of Teatro de La Zarzuela, INAEM theaters, www.entradasinaem.es Y 902 22 49 49.
Schuen: in line with the great voices
According to the critic Arturo Reverter the voice of this young German singer, which soon has opened an interesting gap between the most conspicuous liederistas the moment "is timbrada, excellent baritone paste, homogeneous, malleable and well is issued. On the line, saving distances, of a Dieskau, one Prey, un Bahr, to Quasthoff o un Gerhaher, expressiveness and lyrical effusion, especially contagious, They are good guarantees to think that their versions of some of the most beautiful lieder of Schumann may have the ideal measure.”
baritone Andre Schuen (1984) he grew up in the region of Ladinia, specifically, Val in Tyrol (Italy). Although the cello was the instrument he chose and played for many years, He decided to attend the Mozarteum University of Salzburg, where he studied with horiana Branisteanu and Wolfgang Holzmair. Schuen completed his education with master classes organized by Kurt Widmer, sir Thomas Allen, Brigitte Fassbaender, Romualdo Savastano and Olaf Bär. He graduated from the Mozarteum in 2010. At the beginning of his career, Schuen received numerous awards. He started the season 2017-2018 singing Don Giovanni in the Opéra National de Lorraine, Nancy and the Grand Théâtre de Luxembourg. Then, He sang for the first time Pagliacci at the Grand Theater of Geneva and, by the end of the year, Così fan tutte Teatro Regio in Turin. He has given recitals of lieder on Bavarian Radio in Munich and the Concertgebouw of Amsterdam. It is resident, for the third consecutive season, en la Dortmund Concert Hall, junto con Young Wild. In 2018 sang the a German Requiem Brahms at the Salzburg Whitsun Festival and, since 2010, acts in Salzburg: First, as a member of the Young Singers Project and, later, en el Salzburg Festival, directed by Simon Rattle and Riccardo Muti. Between 2010 Y 2014 Schuen was a member of the Opernhaus Graz. It has been one of the few singers who has appeared in three roles simultaneously: Figaro, Don Giovanni and Guglielmo Da Ponte cycle, Harnoncourt, en el Theater in Vienna Viena. He has also sung The Barber of Seville Paisiello, under the direction of René Jacobs, Fidelio Beethoven, Capriccio Strauss and the world premiere of Hamlet The Schroder eggs, Christof Loy directed by. Likewise, It has appeared in the role of Marcello in Bohemian in Geneva and Count Almaviva in The Marriage of Figaro Angers Nantes in there.
With pianist Daniel Heide, Schuen has performed at the Wigmore Hall in London, Heidelberger Frühling and the Konzerthaus in Vienna. Gerold Huber is also one of his fellow recital, with whom he performed at the festival Schubertiade in Hohenems. In 2017 Andrè Schu corner in the Tanglewood Festival, as well as the Aspen Music Festival, Andreas Haefliger with. In their first two albums of lieder, Young Schuen interprets works of Schumann, And Martin Wolf, accompanied by Daniel Heide. He recorded, Likewise, works of Beethoven with the Trio Boulanger. Schuen and Heide participate for the first time in Lied.