Marlis Petersen (photo: Yiorgos Mavropoulos)

Chamber Music

“Anderswelt”: Recital with Marlis Petersen and Camillo Radicke

Marlis Petersen, 2019/2020 Artist in Residence and pianist Camillo Radicke take the audience into the mysterious world of mermaids and water spirits, elves and trolls, air spirits and northern lights, in short, into the realm of the otherworldly – with a selection of works ranging from Romanticism to classical Modernism, in which well-known and unknown composers take their inspiration from rustling trees and brooks, the stars at night and the seclusion of the woods to create evocative, densely atmospheric songs.

Marlis Petersen soprano

Camillo Radicke piano

Artist in Residence

Anderswelt

Hans Pfitzner

Lockung, op. 7 No. 4

Hans Sommer

Lore im Nachen, op. 13 No. 1

Edvard Grieg

Mit einer Wasserlilie, op. 25 No. 4

Hermann Reutter

Einsame Nixe from Neun Lieder nach Gedichten von Ricarda Huch

Carl Loewe

Der Nöck, op. 129 No. 2

Christian Sinding

Ich fürcht' nit Gespenster, op. 1 No. 3

Harald Genzmer

Stimmen im Strom, No. 3 from the Liederbuch

Max Reger

Maiennacht, op. 76 No. 15

Bruno Walter

Elfe

Nikolaj Medtner

Elfenliedchen, op. 6 No. 3

Julius Weismann

Elfe, op. 43 No. 4

Carl Loewe

Irrlichter, op. 62 No. 6

Johannes Brahms

Sommerabend, op. 85 No. 1

Hugo Wolf

Poems by Eduard Mörike: No. 16 Elfenlied

Friedrich Gulda

Elfe from Vier Eichendorff-Lieder

Carl Loewe

Die Sylphide, No. 2 from op. 9, Volume X

Franz Schreker

Spuk, op. 7 No. 4

Hermann Zumpe

Liederseelen, No. 2 from Fünf Lieder

Alexander Zemlinsky

Und hat der Tag all sein Qual, op. 8 No. 2

Carl Nielsen

Ariels Sang

Christian Sinding

Majnat, op. 22 No. 3

Wilhelm Stenhammar

Fylgia, op. 16 No. 4

Aarre Merikanto

Kesäyö

Yrjö Kilpinen

Berggeist, op. 99 No. 3

Sigvaldi Kaldalóns

Hamraborgin

Dates and Tickets

Thu, 19 Sep 2019, 20:00

Chamber Music Hall | Introduction: 19:15

Serie V: Vokal

Marlis Petersen (photo: Yiorgos Mavropoulos)