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Julian Prégardien / Georges Barthel / Philippe Pierlot / Xavier Diaz-Latorre

German tenor Julian Prégardien presents a new collage of musical and literary fragments associated with Franz Schubert.

Julian Prégardien Tenor
Georges Barthel Flute
Philippe Pierlot Baryton
Xavier Diaz-Latorre Guitar

The touching, effortlessly melodious music of Franz Schubert first gained fame at informal gatherings in 19th-century Vienna – evenings of song, instrumental music, even poetry and dance: the Schubertiade. Joined by an unusual instrumental trio from the time, acclaimed German tenor Julian Prégardien recreates the unmistakable artistic atmosphere of a Vienna salon from Schubert’s time within St Cecilia’s Hall, with a specially assembled collection of music, literature and more.

Julian Prégardien Tenor
Georges Barthel Flute
Philippe Pierlot Baryton
Xavier Diaz-Latorre Guitar

More information about some of the artists

Julian Prégardien
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Philippe Pierlot
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Xavier Diaz-Latorre
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10 August 2017

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