Suomeksi

Chamber Concert: Sleep Tight

Fri 7 Apr 2017 6.00 pm
St Thomas’ Church, Pihlajatie 16, Helsinki

Iida Antola, soprano
Daria Tudor, piano

WOLFGANG RIHM:
    Ende der Handschrift / Traumwald (Müller)
    Das Rot / Des Knaben Morgengruss (von Günderrode)
ALBAN BERG:
    Sieben frühe Lieder / Nacht (Hauptmann)
    Schilflied (Lenau)
    Die Nachtigall (Storm)
    Traumgekrönt (Rilke)
FRANZ SCHUBERT:
    Du bist die Ruh (Rückert, op. 59/3)
    Nacht und Träume (Collin, op.43/2)
    Suleika I (Goethe, op. 14/1)
ARIBERT REIMANN:
    Der Blick war’s, der mich ins Verderben riss (Goethe)

IN ROMANTIC POETRY, night is often the time for love, peace and inspiration. Alban Berg stretches the frontiers of tonal music, but has chosen romantic poetry, as did Franz Schubert before him. In contrast to these texts the recital includes music by important living German composers Wolfgang Rihm and Aribert Reimann, who are inspired by the darkness and unpredictability of the night. Soprano Iida Antola and pianist Daria Tudor are currently studying at Universität der Künste in Berlin.

Admission free, programme 10 €

In collaboration with: The Parish of Meilahti


Iida Antola


Daria Tudor
The lines of each section of the choir were straight and clear, as if played by instruments, and yet soft and flexible, supporting an unbroken sense of breathing. Each group sang with pure intonation and the resonance between the voices took on a life of its own, so that the whole space was filled with ringing colours.
Hannu-Ilari Lampila,
Helsingin Sanomat, Finland