As an encore, the Seguidilla from Bizet's "Carmen delighted" the audience at the Apollo hall. Because the artistic home of the mezzo-soprano Marina Prudenskaya is the stage, a larger frame, as it is the genre of the song. Because you have to einhören in the Timbre of Venus and Azucena, or the true Wagner-middle mother in "Hansel and Gretel", the heavy voice with the wide amount of gloss that the song extends to the scene. Prudenskaya is a prestigious member of the Staatsoper unter den Linden, and the Ensemble belong to means that you is set on the eve of her Recitals as the second maid in Elektra. In March, they will embody in Jörg Widmann's "Babylon" on the Euphrates, the role that has been created in Munich, Gabriele Schnaut.
So Prudenskaya fremdelt a bit in the intimate subject, but impressed with technically secured phrasing and some of the Crescendo in the music of Brahms: "And the lonely tear flows." Because the topic of your lecture episode revolves around lost love and in the "songs of a Wayfarer", that the beloved loves another.
what's Fascinating is the contribution of the pianist, Matthias Samuil
Gustav Mahler, when he composed this cycle, to be involved with pain in "Casseler love things" a young actress, and deep sorrow torments the Unfortunate in the song: "If my honey makes the wedding." The contrast between his depression and the blossoming of spring, the "beautiful world" outside the singer binds in an Elegy, which identifies you as a tragic actress. Less the word in the German lyrics dictated their interpretations as the Power of the voice. Great it unfolds in Stravinsky's "Deux Mélodies" Opus 6, a desperate expression pours over the seals of Serge Gorodetzky, in the setting of the composer, as in the famous ballets, yet the popular mythology is part of his Russian homeland.More about
"Hansel and Gretel" at the state Opera houseSybill Mahlke
Lost in the fairy forest is Fascinating, the contribution of the pianist, Matthias Samuil's because his support of changing the song circles in the evening atmosphere. The tonliche quality of these interpretations supports the vocals and conjures up interesting characterization of the music. If you commute in Mahler between major and minor, the clear-cut sound of the piano is a sensitive guide during a Goya dedicated a song of Enrique Granados seems to be the prelude to tell the whole story. In the spirit of Spanish composers Prudenskaya impressed with the wide Ambitus of the melody, and the two musical temperaments blend in "Tra la la".