Johannes Kammler & Akemi Murakami
—The love of a poet by Schumann

Description

Johannes Kammler & Akemi Murakami

Performers

Johannes Kammler, baritone
Akemi Murakami, piano 

Program

R. Schumann: Dichterliebe, op. 48 (The love of a poet)
M. Ravel: Cinq mélodies populaires grecques
F. Liszt: Tre sonetti di Petrarca, S. 270 (first version)

Details

In collaboration with the Franz Schubert Association of Barcelona and the Centro Nacional de Difusión Musical, the Palau de la Música presents a recital by German baritone Johannes Kammler and Japanese pianist Akemi Murakami. The programme combines what is surely the most iconic song cycle in Schumann’s vocal work, Dichterliebe, with Ravel's Five Greek Folk Songs and the first version of Three Sonnets of Petrarch, the result of Liszt's numerous stays in Italy, a country that played a fundamental role in the career of the legendary pianist.

Note (22/03/22): We inform you that the concert of Schubertíada Barcelona previously scheduled on the 23rd of March has been postponed due to baritone Johannes Kammler’s illness. The concert will be rescheduled on the 13th June 2022 at 8 p.m. It will be held at Petit Palau with the same program and players.
Attention: The same tickets will be valid.
Thank you for your understanding and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Information and tickets

Dates and tickets

  • 23 March 2022
    Wed
    20:00 h
    Petit Palau
    Postponed
  • 13 June 2022
    Mon
    20:00 h
    Petit Palau

Production information

Prices:15 €
Approximate:60 minutes (aprox) - Without break
Organized by:Fund.Orfeó Català-Palau de la Música and Associació Franz Schubert de Barcelona i el Centro Nacional de Difusión Musical

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Phone

T. 932 957 207

Ticket Office

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c/ Palau de la Música, 4-6, 08003 Barcelona

  • Monday to Saturday: from 9 am to 9 pm.
  • Sunday and public holidays: from 9.30 am to 1 pm and 2 hours before the concert (for sale day).

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