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Danielle de Niese in Recital at the Barbican – 29th October 2016



Acclaimed singer Danielle de Niese provides a range of music in this recital, the charismatic singer will sing from Grieg’s tender song-cycle Haugtussa and music by Dowland, Bizet and Wolf.

In a wonderfully varied programme, de Niese is joined at the piano by Julius Drake, one of the best accompanist in the business..


Dowland ‘Come again, sweet love doth now invite’

Dowland ‘What if I never Speede?’

Mozart ‘Giunse alfin il momento… Al Desio di chi t’adora’, K 577

Wolf Mörike Lieder:

No 12, ‘Verbogenheit’

No 13, ‘Im Fruhling’

Wolf Spanisches Liederbuch:

No 34, ‘Geh, Geliebter, geh jetzt!’

No 2, ‘In dem Schatten meiner Locken’

Wolf Italienisches Liederbuch:

No 11, ‘Wie lange schon war immer mein Verlangen’

No 46, ‘Ich hab’ in Penna einen Liebsten wohnen’

Bizet ‘Chanson D’Avril’

Bizet ‘La Coccinelle’

Bizet ‘Adieu de L’hotesse Arabe’

Grieg Haugtussa


Danielle de Niese soprano

Julius Drake piano

If you would like further information or book tickets, visit the Barbican website here

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