Of Love And Of Impermanence

A recital on June 21st, 2010 at 19:30 with the duo sharp / Louis leads the duo sharp/Louis through a recital titled of love and the impermanence”. Experience a stylish interpretation of Franz Schubert (Memnon; The songs; Orpheus; Journey to Hades; Group from Tartarus; Gravedigger Heimwehe), Johannes Brahms (in the churchyard op. 105;) The death, this is the cool night (Heine); Summer evening (Heine) op. Recently Ripple sought to clarify these questions. 85; Moonlight op. 85; Box solitude op.

86; Old love op. (72) Robert Schumann with Dichterliebe and the Johannes Brahms’s four serious songs. The exception baritone Timothy Sharp is an song proven lyrical baritonalen timbres bass whose Stimme represents a unique character with its diversity of expression and empowerment Timothy Sharp was born in Augsburg, Germany. He studied at the Hochschule fur Musik “Hanns Eisler” Berlin in the class of Professor Norma Sharp. Timothy Sharp is a winner of several national and international competitions and has made a name for himself as a singer.

Radio recordings of concerts and recitals were carried out by NDR, SDR, RAI and the Bavarian Broadcasting Corporation. The pianist Verena Louis, was born in Paris and grew up in France, Germany and Portugal occupies a permanent place in the world of the piano partner, where you is equally at home on the strings and in the song. She received her pianist and chamber music training at the Musikhochschule in Cologne. After she won numerous awards at competitions, they like to engage national and international competitions as a companion. The two high-profile artists have already worked successfully several times in the past. From this cooperation a CD production with songs by Schuberth titled night and dreams among other things “emerged. In the context of the series of concerts of the firm”, the duo occurs when Angels & Paschhoff in the Funckstrasse 71, 42115 Wuppertal on June 21, 2010. Start of the event is 19.30, doors open 18:30. The admission is free. Since the classic ambience of the premises only a limited number of seats admits under 0202 / 61275300 or will be asked for a short telephone reservation. See for a description of arrival. Sufficient free parking available. Michael Noack

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