Sunday 28 July 2019 11:30AM
Playing on gut strings and with historical bows, the four Chiaroscuro musicians – who came together in 2005 – bring their individual and multi-national talents to two masterpieces of the Viennese classical tradition, Beethoven’s impassioned example (1801) and Schubert’s sombre, song-based masterpiece (1824).
Tickets are still available for this concert
With their prize-winning recording having already received widespread acclaim, the German tenor Christoph Prégardien and the Canadian wind ensemble Pentaèdre bring to Wigmore Hall the arrangement of Schubert’s great cycle by the group’s artistic director, Normand Forget.
This live stream includes an exclusive online-only introduction from Lieder specialist, Richard Stokes.