Samuel Hasselhorn baritone – Justus Zeyen piano


Sehnsucht Franz Schubert
Im Frühling, D 882 Franz Schubert
Das Heimweh, D 456 Franz Schubert
Totengräbers Heimweh, D 842 Franz Schubert
Erlkönig, D 328 Franz Schubert
Litanei auf das Fest aller Seelen, D 343 Franz Schubert
Nachtstück, D 672 Franz Schubert
Schwesterlein (49 Deutsche Volkslieder, WoO 33/15) Johannes Brahms
In stiller Nacht (49 Deutsche Volkslieder, WoO 33/42) Johannes Brahms
Wach auf mein Herzensschöne Johannes Brahms
Mein Mädel hat einen Rosenmund (49 Deutsche Volkslieder, WoO 33/25) Johannes Brahms
Tragödie 1 & 2 Robert Schumann
Dein Angesicht (Fünf Lieder und Gesänge, op.127/2) Robert Schumann
Du bist wie eine Blume (Myrthen, op.25/24) Robert Schumann
Mein Wagen rollet langsam (Vier Gesänge, op. 142) Robert Schumann
Abends am Strand (Romanzen und Balladen, I, op. 45/3) Robert Schumann
Die beiden Grenadiere (Romanzen und Balladen, II, op. 49/1) Robert Schumann
Belsazar Robert Schumann
Heimweh Hugo Wolf
Nachtzauber Hugo Wolf
Die Nacht Hugo Wolf
Der Freund Hugo Wolf
Seemanns Abschied Hugo Wolf

In June 2018, the 28-year old German baritone Samuel Hasselhorn won the prestigious Queen Elisabeth Competition. As you will perhaps remember, he already caught the eye of the judges and the audience during the semi-final by making a rather radical choice, namely to sing German lieder only. But he made the right choice and in so doing, also demonstrated considerable strength of character and intelligence. And now he returns to the stage in the Henry Le Boeuf Hall, where he is expected to triumph again, with a programme that is dedicated entirely to the same German four, i.e., Schubert, Schuman, Brahms and Wolf. A journey through the land of melody, characterised by an outpouring of romantic feelings, the intimacy of chamber music and the endlessly profound lyricism of German poetry. A unique opportunity to hear the young baritone sing again, before he returns to BOZAR next March in Carl Maria von Weber’s legendary Der Freischütz!