the soprano Adrianne Pieczonka will play Winterreise Franz Schubert inside of the XXV Ciclo the Song which co-produced the National Dissemination Center Musical (CNDM) and the Teatro de la Zarzuela. The concert will be Monday 28 January at 20h00 at the coliseum itself the Plazuela de Jovellanos, and has raised a special expectation since 'Winter Journey' is considered one of the fundamental works of the genre, and Canadian singer, which will be accompanied by pianist Wolfram Rieger, one of his most representative voices.
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.
Winterreise: the deep inner journey
Arturo Reverter critic indicates that: “The lyricism of Schubert's lyricism of lieder, whose deep and troubling backdrop as nothing less than the romantic idea of death, intuits that, is eying, finally it becomes real, singular alone or in connection with the surrounding nature, after each instrumental effect, melodic or harmonic; after those subtle thematic chains, apparently improvised expressive or below tremolos, abundant chromaticism, the dissonances or the apoyaturas. Through the lyrical effusion things are transfigured into that romantic who eventually ascribed and where nothing will universe and what was. Winterreise (Winter trip) is, indeed, a real inner journey, a basic idea, as we said, Schubert's music. Rarely it has been painted in such a precise, justness and loneliness dramatics, desolation and despair; It not often has penetrated so deeply into the intimate drama of a human being and has delved into the antechamber of death itself and in these songs, real journey to nowhere. Two fundamental and recurring themes dominate the musician Wilhelm Müller's poems: again the idea of travel, change of position in space, Shuttle, and loneliness”. Jordi Roch added: “Both were walkers, Franz Schubert, by the Vienna Woods and Müller, in the paradisiacal landscapes around Dessau, and later in Berlin, with the poet Friedrich Rückert, and Rome. In the late eighteenth century, he travels wanderer or equivalent to the idea of verse Machado: "It is made by walking ', and the Wanderer ("walker"), from the first lieder that Schubert wrote this title 1816, It is a recurring theme throughout his work.”
“internationally renowned for his interpretations of Wagner, Strauss, Verdi and Puccini, Adrianne Pieczonka He has embodied powerful heroines like Senta, Chrysothemis, Sieglinde, la Mariscala, the Empress, Tosca, Elisabetta and Amelia in major venues in Europe, North America and Asia. She has sung at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Vienna, Paris, Berlin, Madrid, Munich, Frankfurt, Los Angeles and La Scala, as well as the Salzburg Festival, Bayreuth, Glyndebourne is Aix-en-Provence, directed by James Levine, Riccardo Muti, Zubin Mehta, Sir Neville Marriner, Claudio Abbado, Richard Bradshaw, Lorin Maazel, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Anthony Pappano and Sir Georg Solti.
Recent and future engagements include Elektra (Barcelona Liceu, San Francisco, Metropolitan Opera New York), Tosca (Toronto, Vienna, London), A masked ball (Vienna, Munich), Fidelio (Metropolitan Opera), Die Frau ohne Schatten y The Flying Dutchman (Munich), Der Rosenkavalier (Munich and New York Carnegie Hall) and Tosca (State Opera Berlín), among others. Pieczonka is also an accomplished artist in the concert repertoire and recitals, and it has been presented with great success at the Vienna Konzerthaus, Salle Pleyel in París, Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall in New York, London Proms, Edinburgh Festivals, Lucerne, Montpellier and Salzburg. He has recently sung the Four Last Songs with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and Die Winterreise with pianist Rachel Andrist in Toronto.
Canadian soprano studied at the University of Western Ontario and Toronto, and he began his career at the Canadian Opera Company in Toronto. In 1989 He was hired as a soloist at the Vienna Volksoper and 1991 He joined the company of the Wiener Staatsoper, where he began his international career. In March 2007 Kammersängerin was named by the Austrian government.