Radio feature on the 40th Schubertiade on BR Klassik
»Sag an, wer lehrt dich Lieder...«
On Friday at 7:05 p.m., the Bavarian Broadcasting (station: BR Klassik) aired an one-hour music feature which was produced on the opening weekend of the 40th Schubertiade season in Hohenems. On the occasion of this anniversary, all of Schubert's lieder will be performed at the Schubertiade in 2015 and 2016. Susanna Felix looks into questions about Schubert's lieder oeuvre, considers the performance practice of Schubert's and our time, and talks to artists, musicologists, publishers and editors of the New Schubert Edition.
Schubertiade Schwarzenberg 2015:
Cast and programme change
Lieder recital, June 22, 2015, 8 p.m., Angelika Kauffmann Hall
For private reasons, Christine Schäfer has decided to indefinitely extend her sabbatical, which began in the fall of 2014. As a consequence, she has cancelled all upcoming commitments, including her Schubertiade Schwarzenberg recital in June.
We would like to thank Christoph Prégardien and Malcolm Martineau, who have agreed to stand in for Mrs. Schäfer and perform Schubert's lieder cycle »Winterreise«.
Tickets already purchased may be exchanged or returned no later than June 5, 2015.
June 24, 2015, 11 a.m., Kleiner Dorfsaal, Schwarzenberg
Music talk with Alfred Brendel and Martin Meyer
»The Art of Piano Playing – Schubert and other Masters« (held in German)
After their joint appearance in Hohenems in September 2014, the great pianist Alfred Brendel and Martin Meyer, author and head of the NZZ feuilleton department, will return to the Schubertiade for another public music talk. Tickets for € 22 / 15 are available as of now.
Apply for Peter Schreier's 2015 lied master class
Lied duos (singer and pianist) who would like to actively participate in Peter Schreier's master class (August 24-28, 2015, in Schwarzenberg) are required to send in their application (including a demo CD) no later than May 20, 2015. For detailed information, please see the application form.
to the Schubertiade website. Read about our festival, discover our 2015 season and learn about our museums in Hohenems.
The Schubertiade in Schwarzenberg and Hohenems is considered the most important and distinguished Schubert festival in the world, presenting about 80 events and registering an average of 40.000 visitors per annum. No other festival is able to offer so many outstanding song recitals in such a short period of time, while also focussing on top-class chamber concerts and piano recitals. Orchestra concerts, lectures, exhibitions and master classes given by the best singers and instrumentalists of our time add to the programme’s versatility.