Simon Keenlyside Recital

One of the finest male voices of our times

Simon Keenlyside is one of the world's most charismatic baritones, displaying consistently high quality and sensitivity of interpretation. His versatility, depth and sense of drama are second to none and he ranks among the leading present-day exponents of Lieder.

Remembered at the Liceu for his brilliant performances in Hamlet and Don Giovanni, he has always been well received by the Barcelona audience. His rendering of Hamlet earned him the award for the best male singer of the season in the Critics' Awards organized by the Friends of the Liceu.

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November 2016

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First part 40m
Interval 20m
Second part 35m

Running Time 1h 40m

Programa

First part

Aleksandr Glazunov

“Romança oriental”, de Romances op. 27 No. 1

Serguei Rakhmàninov

“En la mort d’una cadernera”, de 12 Romances op. 21 No. 8

“El nenúfar”, de 6 Romances op. 8 No. 1

“Just com la resplendor del migdia”, de 12 Romances op. 14 No. 9

Piotr Ilitx Txaikovski

Serenada de Don Juan, op. 38 No. 1

Herni Duparc

Chanson triste, op. 8 núm. 1
Le manoir de rosemonde
Phidylé

Francis Poulenc

Les chansons gaillardes, FP 42
“La maîtresse volage”
“Chanson à boire”
“Madrigal”
“Invocation aux parques”
“L'offrande”
“Sérénade”
“La belle jeunesse”

Second part

Richard Strauss
Waldesfahrt, op.69 “Nichts”, de 8 Gedichte aus 'Letzte Blätter' op. 10 No. 2
8 Lieder, op. 49
“Junggesellenschwur”, No. 6
“Waldseligkeit” ”, No. 1

Franz Schubert
Alinde, D.904 (op.81 No. 1)
Geheimes, D.719 (op. 14 No. 2)
An der Mond in einer Herbstnacht, D. 614
Der Wanderer an den Mond, D.870 (op. 80 No. 1)
Wie blitzen die Sternen, D.939 (op. 96, No. 1)
“Abschied”, de Schwanengesang, D. 957 (versos1, 2, 3 & 6)