Anna Lucia Richter, Ammiel Bushakevitz: LICHT! 800 Years of German Lied

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With the present programme we want to explore the history of the German Lied throughout a period spanning some 800 years, from that first light of dawn represented by the earliest music scored with modern notation - courtly love songs by Walther von der Vogelweide (1170-1230) and Oswald von Wolkenstein (1377-1445) - down to such present-day emissaries of the Lied tradition as Aribert Reimann and Wolfgang Rihm.
In between we find: J.S. Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Schubert, Mendelssohn, F.Hensel, Wolf, Berg and Eisler.
The programme is rounded off, however, by the work of a political exile, Kurt Weill: namely, Berlin im Licht. This work appears initially to be no more than a love-song to the future of the electric light bulb: “Turn on the light; so you can see what’s wrong and what is right”. The deeper meaning was soon thrown into relief by the blotting out, within a few years of its composition, of both the light and the right to which Kurt Weill aspired and Germany’s swift descent into the darkness of dictatorship and war. A spark, however, still remained.

Anna Lucia Richter (mezzo soprano)
Anna Lucia Richter is a welcome guest as concert and opera singer all around the world. Recently she has worked with the Vienna Philharmonic under the baton of Franz Welser-Möst (Bach’s Saint Matthew Passion) and has often sung under that of Teodor Currentzis with the ensemble MusicAeterna in, among other works, Mozart’s La Clemenza di Tito, on tour with works of Gustav Mahler, and as Zerlina in Mozart’s Don Giovanni at the 2021 Salzburg Festspiele. She has also made regular appearances with the London Symphony Orchestra and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra under Bernard Haitink, with Il Giardino Armonico under Giovanni Antonini, with the Orchestre de Paris under Thomas Hengelbrock, with the Gewandhausorchester under Philippe Herreweghe, and with the Budapest Festival Orchestra under Iván Fischer. She has several times sung as guest artist with these famous ensembles at such great festivals as the Lucerne Festival, the BBC Proms in London and the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, as well as having been artist-in-residence both at the Rheingau Music Festival and with the Cologne Philharmonia. This highly accomplished artist has been rewarded with many prizes, including the very prestigious Borletti-Buitoni Trust Award. In 2020, under the guidance of Prof. Tamar Rachum, she began a musical retraining as a mezzo soprano. An important step which opened up new possibilities for her worldwide. It allowed her, for example, to give, in 2021, a guest performance of Mahler’s Wunderhorn-Lieder under the baton of Ádám Fischer in Düsseldorf and to take on, in 2022, the alto part in Mahler’s Symphony no. 2 with the Bamberg Symphony under Jakub Hrůša in Bamberg, 14 15 Vienna and Baden-Baden, as well as the alto solo in Mahler’s Symphony No. 3 with the Konzerthausorchester Berlin led by Iván Fischer. Also in the field of opera performance this vocal transition proved very successful: In December 2021 at the Cologne Opera she gave, under the baton of F.-X. Roth, her debut performance as Hänsel in Humperdinck’s Hänsel und Gretel. At the beginning of 2023 she received much acclaim for her performance in the title role in Offenbach’s La Périchole at the Theater an der Wien and sang, shortly afterward, again in Cologne the role of Sesto in Handel’s Giulio Cesare in Egitto. In the field of Lied performance Anna Lucia Richter is, thanks to her broad repertoire, a welcome guest in all the great centres of this musical art: for example at the Schwarzenberg and Vilabertran “Schubertiads”, at the Rheingau Music Festival, at the Heidelberger Frühling, at New York’s Park Avenue Armory and Carnegie Hall, and in London’s Wigmore Hall.

Ammiel Bushakevitz (piano)
Ammiel Bushakevitz piano Born in Jerusalem, Israel, and raised in South Africa, Ammiel Bushakevitz began playing piano at the age of four. A citizen of the Israel, the USA and South Africa, he has performed in venues including New York’s Carnegie Hall, London’s Wigmore Hall, Shanghai City Hall, the Amsterdam Concertgebouw and Berlin Konzerthaus. He has appeared at the festivals in Salzburg, Aix-enProvence, Bayreuth, Granada, Lucerne, Cape Town, Milan, Heidelberg, Rome, Vancouver, Tel Aviv, Melbourne, Beijing and Montreal; and the Schubertiades in Schwarzenberg, Hohenems, Vilabertran and Jerusalem. Ammiel Bushakevitz studied at the Hochschule für Musik in Leipzig and the Conservatoire Nationale Supérieur de Musique in Paris under Phillip Moll and Alfred Brendel. He also studied fortepiano under Malcolm Bilson and Robert Levin. One of the last private students of the late Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Ammiel was invited in 2011 by Fischer-Dieskau to accompany his Lieder masterclasses at the Universität der Künste in Berlin and at the Schwarzenberg Schubertiade in Austria. He is a top prize-winner at numerous competitions, including the Wigmore Hall Competition in London, the Schubert Competition in Stuttgart, the Johannes Brahms Competition in Austria, the Hugo Wolf Competition in Stuttgart, the Prix International Pro Musicis in Paris as well as the Concours Léopold Bellan. Passionate about education, Ammiel Bushakevitz has presented masterclasses in universities and conservatories in the USA, Australia, Spain, Germany and China. He dedicates time to mentoring aspiring young musicians in developing countries and has offered music workshops and benefit concerts in Brazil, China, Ethiopia, Mexico, Morocco and Zimbabwe. Ammiel Bushakevitz is a member of the Société des Arts Sciences et Lettres de Paris and Edison Fellow of the British Library, London. He is artistic director of the International Arts Association Les Voix d’Orphée in Paris, France.

Anna Lucia Richter (mezzo soprano)
Ammiel Bushakevitz (piano)

01. von Wolkenstein: Wer ist, die da durchleuchtet 07:17
02. Anna Lucia Richter , Ammiel Bushakevitz, von der Vogelweide: Unter der Linden 02:13
03. J.S.Bach: Der lieben Sonnen Licht und Pracht BWV 446 01:31
04. J.S.Bach: O finstre Nacht, wann wirst du doch vergehen BWV 492 02:37
05. Haydn: Die Landlust (Entfernt von Gram und Sorgen) f 01:28
06. Mozart: Abendempfindung an Laura KV 523 05:11
07. Schubert: Auf dem Wasser zu singen Op. 72 D 774 03:27
08. Schubert: Der Zwerg Op. 22,1 D 771 05:25
09. Schubert: Im Abendrot D 799 05:11
10. Hensel: Frühling Op. 7,3 from Sechs Lieder Op. 7 01:33
11. Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Neue Liebe Op. 19a,4 from: Sechs Gesänge 01:58
12. Schumann: Die Fensterscheibe Op. 107,2 02:04
13. Schumann: Abendlied Op. 107,6 from Sechs Gesänge 02:43
14. Brahms: Sommerabend Op. 85,1 from Sechs Gesänge 02:33
15. Wolf: Der Feuerreiter 05:38
16. A. Berg: Vier Lieder für eine Singstimme mit Klavier Op. 2: Aus: Dem Schmerz sein Recht 02:53
17. A. Berg: Vier Lieder für eine Singstimme mit Klavier Op. 2: Schlafend trägt man mich 01:15
18. A. Berg: Vier Lieder für eine Singstimme mit Klavier Op. 2: Nun ich der Riesen Stärksten überwand 01:01
19. A. Berg: Vier Lieder für eine Singstimme mit Klavier Op. 2: Warm die Lüfte 03:07
20. Reimann: Nach dem Lichtverzicht 01:43
21. Rihm: Verwelkte Blumen from Vier späte Lieder 02:07
22. Eisler: Und endlich stirbt die Sehnsucht doch 02:25
23. Eisler: Über den Selbstmord from Hollywooder Liederbuch 02:37
24. Weill: Berlin im Licht-Song 02:07
25. Anonymous: Tria sunt munera 03:28

total time - 73:44
wydano: 06 October 2023
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Franz Schubert, Alban Berg, Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms, W.A.Mozart, J.S.Bach, Hugo Wolf, Kurt Weill, Oswald von Wolkenstein, Fanny Hensel, Wolfgang Rihm, Hanns Eisler, Aribert Reimann, Joseph Haydn, F.M.Bartholdy, Walther von der Vogelweide
Anna Lucia Richter, Ammiel Bushakevitz
LICHT! 800 Years of German Lied
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