Schubert Week 2022
For the fourth consecutive year, the Pierre Boulez Saal and Thomas Hampson present Schubert Week – a week dedicated to Schubert Lieder featuring daily concerts, workshops, and other events in Berlin.
From January 24 to 30, tune in daily at 8 pm CET for streamed concerts with a range of outstanding lied artists. On January 24, Hampson opens the Schubert Week together with his longtime piano partner Wolfram Rieger. Their program combines selected song of Schubert (including the Rellstab settings from Schwanengesang) with works of his predecessors Reichardt and Zelter as well as Beethoven’s An die ferne Geliebte.
You can also join Hampson as he works with young singers in public workshops on Friday, January 28 and Saturday, January 29, with a closing concert on Sunday, January 30. All events will air live at 3 pm CET / 9am EST.
In cooperation with the Pierre Boulez Saal, the Lied Zentrum of the Heidelberger Frühling music festival and the Hampsong Foundation, all live streams are available free of charge and will remain accessible for 30 days. For more information about Schubert Week, please visit the Pierre Boulez Saal website.
Photo: Peter Adamik