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Sunday, April 16, 2017 Permalink

San Francisco Symphony: Program Details 16 April 2017

András Schiff | photo: Nadia F Romanini

András Schiff | photo: Nadia F Romanini

András Schiff conducts this week and is soloist in a Mozart Piano Concerto. Plus a Mass by Haydn and Songs by Schubert.


Conductor: András Schiff


Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 27 in B flat major, K.595
Soloist: András Schiff, piano

Haydn: Lord Nelson Mass
Anna Lucia Richter, soprano
Britta Schwarz, contralto
Werner Güra, tenor
Robert Holl, bass
San Francisco Symphony Chorus – Ragnar Bohlin, director

Songs by Franz Schubert:

Widerschein ("Reflection"), D.639 [Set to a poem by Franz Xaver von Schlechta.]
Fischerweise ("Fisherman's Song"), D.881 [Text by Schlechta.]
Das Lied im Grünen ("Song of the Greenwood"), D.917 [Set to a Friedrich Reil poem.]
Im Frühling ("In Spring"), D.882 [Set to a Ernst Schulze poem.]
Totengrabers Heimwehe ("Gravedigger's Homesickness"), D.842 [Set to a text by Jacob Nicolaus Craigher.]
Ständchen ("Serenade"), D.920 [Text by Franz Grillparzer.]