He Monday 14 of June, the Austrian baritone Florian Boesch will offer the last recital of the season of Lied Cycle of the National Center for Musical Diffusion (CNDM) coproduced with Teatro de la Zarzuela. With this concert, Florian Boesch culminates his stage as resident artist in the cycle, which has resulted in 3 concerts throughout the season 20/21. In this his third and last recital, the singer will put his vocal versatility and extensive expressive resources at the service of the post-Romantic cycle of the Austrian composer Ernst Krenek, Travel book from the Austrian Alps (Travel book through the Austrian Alps), a demanding vocal and emotional tour de force for any opera singer. Concert tickets have a general price of 4 a 35 euros, and they are for sale in www.entradasinaem.es, on the phone 91 193 93 21, as well as at the ticket offices of the Teatro de la Zarzuela and the INAEM network of theaters.
Ernst Krenek's "Travel Book" (1900-1991) is one of his most famous works and reflects the composer's love for the landscapes of his native land and its nature. It is also a product of the decade of 1920, when memories of the horror of World War I were still hot and the impending catastrophe of World War II was anticipated. According to the critics, the work offers clear resonances of Schubert, whose work greatly influenced Krenek during his early creative period. He will accompany the piano to Florian Boesch the prestigious Malcolm Martineau.
In his first concert as a resident artist in the cycle of lied the past 28 September and accompanied on piano by Justus Zeyen, Boesch performed a selection of lieder by Franz Schubert and Hugo Wolf alongside the Six monologues from "Jedermann" de Frank Martin. In the second recital, held on 25 from January, and again with Zeyen, Boesch gave life to the essential Winterreise Schubert.
With ten concerts scheduled between September 2020 and June 2021, along the XXVII Cycle of Lied Some of the most important lyrical voices of today have stepped on the stage of the Teatro de la Zarzuela, as the Anna Lucia Richter, Sabine Devieilhe, Matthew Polenzani, Christian Gerhaher, Bejun Mehta, Christoph Prégardien Y Nuria Rial. Different styles, timbres and colors for an edition that has brought together some of the voices that resonate in the best music venues in the world.
Florian Boesch, strength and emotion
Born in Saarbrücken in 1971, Florian Boesch He is one of the most prominent lied performers of our time. He has sung in venues such as London's Wigmore Hall, Musikverein y Konzerthaus de Viena, The Concertgebouw de Ámsterdam, Laeiszhalle de Hamburgo, Philharmonie Cologne, as well as at the Edinburgh and Schwetzingen Festivals, May Festival Wiesbaden, Salzburg Festival, as well as at Carnegie Hall in New York. He was an artist in residence at London's Wigmore Hall in the season 2014-2015 and at the Vienna Konzerthaus in the 2016-2017. He regularly works with the most prestigious orchestras and conductors on the current scene: Vienna and Berlin Philharmonic, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra de Ámsterdam, Gewandhausorchester de Leipzig, State Chapel of Dresde, London Symphony Orchestra, among other, and directors of the stature of Ivor Bolton, Riccardo Chailly, Gustavo Dudamel, Adam Fischer, Iván Fischer, Valery Gergiev, Stefan Gottfried, Daniel Harding, Philippe Herreweghe, Pablo Heras-Casado, Mariss Jansons, Sir Roger Norrington, Sir Simon Rattle, Robin Ticciati and Franz Welser-Möst. In season 2019/2020 offered a variety of concerts that included War Requiem (Britten) with the Orchester de Paris and Daniel Harding, Monologues from "Jedermann" (Martin) with the Konzerthausorchester Berlin and Juraj Valčuha, Requiem (Mozart) with the National Orchestra of Spain and David Afkham. During the season 2019/2020, Florian Boesch has sung at the Frankfurt Opera, el Festival Liszt en Raiding, the Vienna Musikverein, el Concertgebouw and Ámsterdam, the May Festival in Wiesbaden and the Konzerthaus Berlin with Vikingur Ólafsson. His recordings have been acclaimed by the international press and he has received numerous awards, including the Edison Klassiek Award. the beautiful Miller was nominated for a Grammy 2015 in the category Best Classical Vocal Soloist. Early september 2017, Hyperion released a new recording of Winterreise by Schubert with Roger Vignoles at the piano. In the fall of 2018 made a recording of works by Schubert with Concentus Musicus Vienna under the baton of Stefan Gottfried. Boesch's recordings featuring works by Schumann and Mahler were honored at the BBC Music Magazine Awards.