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Join us for a concert of romantic German lieder, featuring the Flatland School of Music’s faculty and students. Robert Schumann’s‘ song cycle, Dichterliebe (“The Poet’s Love) will be the feature work of the evening, with selections of both Brahms and Clara Schumann‘s songs to … Continue reading
German lied (Ger: “song”, plural lieder) is – at its most basic – German poetry set to music, typically of the romantic era, spanning the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Lied can be considered the German language equivalent to English … Continue reading
Join us this week (Tuesday, November 5th) for a delightful evening of some of the finest chamber music of the romantic era. Students and faculty of the Flatland School of Music will be performing three great works by our featured … Continue reading
Robert Schumann (1810-1856) is best remembered for his piano music and songs, but also made significant contributions to all musical genres of his time. Together he and his wife Clara were a true ‘power couple’ of the 19th Century music … Continue reading
Musical Toronto | Album review: Violinist Jerzy Kaplanek, pianist Stéphan Sylvestre and the magic of chemistry
Musical Toronto | Album review: Violinist Jerzy Kaplanek, pianist Stéphan Sylvestre and the magic of chemistry.