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Dorothea Röschmann & Roger Vignoles

Schubert, Schumann & Wolf

The celebrated German soprano returns to the International Festival with a rich moving collection of Romantic songs.

Dorothea Röschmann Soprano
Roger Vignoles Piano 

Schubert Mignon Lieder
Schumann Frauenliebe und -leben
Wolf Mörike & Mignon Lieder

One of today’s most distinctive and celebrated singers, German soprano Dorothea Röschmann is a regular International Festival visitor, famed for the emotional intensity and dramatic characterisations of her exceptional performances.

Joined by British pianist Roger Vignoles, musical partner to many of the world’s greatest singers, Röschmann performs a rich, moving collection of Romantic song, from the aching beauty of Schubert and Wolf’s Goethe settings in their Mignon Lieder, to the warmth of Schumann’s inspirational song-cycle tribute to a woman’s life and loves.

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This concert will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 3.

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21 August 2018

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