Vocal Recital: Evan Gray, bass-baritone and Emily Damasco, soprano

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Join us for the 2020–21 Student Recital Series at Curtis.

Students of Curtis’s vocal department perform songs and scenes from locations around the globe. On the first half of this all-German recital, bass-baritone Evan Gray performs two sets of songs by Brahms. Soprano Emily Damasco closes the program with Schumann's beloved Frauenliebe und -leben. Student Recitals are free and open to the public online.

Free registration is required and grants you on-demand access to the recital video.

 

BRAHMS                        “Feldeinsamkeit” from Six Songs, Op. 86
               “Juche” from Six Songs, Op. 6 
               “In Waldeseinsamkeit” from Six Songs, Op. 85
               “Dein blaues Auge” from Eight Songs, Op. 59 
               “Ständchen” from Eight Songs and Romances, Op. 14
               “Unbewegte laue Luft” from Eight Songs, Op. 57
               “In stiller Nacht” from Deutsche Volkslieder
               “Bei dir sind meine Gedanken” from Seven Songs, Op. 95 
               “Der Gang zum Liebchen” from Seven Songs, Op. 48
               “Liebestreu” from Six Songs, Op. 3
               “Die Mainacht” from Four Songs, Op. 43
               “Mein wundes Herz” from Eight Songs, Op. 59
               “Wiegenlied” from Five Songs, Op. 49 
   
               Evan Gray, bass-baritone 
               Grant Loehnig, piano
   
ROBERT SCHUMANN  Frauenliebe und -leben, Op. 42
   Seit ich ihn gesehen
   Er, der Herrlichste von allen
   Ich kann's nicht fassen, nicht glauben
   Du Ring an meinem Finger
   Helft mir, ihr Schwestern
   Süßer Freund, du blickest mich verwundert an
   An meinem Herzen, an meiner Brust
   Nun hast du mir den ersten Schmerz getan
   
WOLF   Selections from Goethe-Lieder
   Mignon I (Heiss' mich nicht reden)
   Mignon II (Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt)
   Mignon III (So lasst mich scheinen)
   Kennst du das Land?
   
   Emily Damasco, soprano
   Miloš Repický, piano