Wed 13. 4. 2022

The work Nobody oscillates between childlike joy and a melancholy longing. The individual movements of the song cycle slide between the Six German Songs op. 103 by Louis Spohr. The work for soprano, piano and clarinet is based on texts by Emily Dickinson and will premiere at the festival.

Boglárka Pecze talks to Jörg Tröger about her musical career and the world premiere of »Nobody« (in German):


Concert with intermission

In cooperation with the University of Heidelberg

The concert will be recorded by SWR2 and broadcasted on June 14th as "SWR2-Mittagskonzert".

Please check the current Corona regulations and our hygiene rules before attending the concert.

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Lisa Florentine Schmalz Soprano
Boglárka Pecze Clarinet
Mariana Popova Piano

George Crumb
Three early songs
The night in silence aus Apparition
Franz Lachner
Lyrisches Intermezzo und Frauenliebe und-leben op. 82
Alban Berg
Vier Stücke op. 5 für Klarinette und Klavier
Louis Spohr
Sechs deutsche Lieder op. 103 verschränkt mit
Johannes Boris Borowski
Nobody - Liederzyklus (Uraufführung)