Alice Tully Hall, New York
Great Performers - Mark Padmore and Paul Lewis
The art song “dream team” (New York Times) of tenor Mark Padmore and pianist Paul Lewis present settings of the German Romantic literary giant Heinrich Heine by two of his contemporaries. Schumann wrote the miraculous Liederkreis and Dichterliebe within the same month during his astounding “year of song.” Padmore and Lewis bring these mood portraits to life next to Brahms’s ...
Great Performers - Freiburg Baroque Orchestra
The inimitable fortepianist Kristian Bezuidenhout, described as “Mozart reincarnated” (De Telegraaf, Netherlands) and the new artistic director of Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, joins the esteemed ensemble for two high-spirited Mozart concertos. The period-instrument ensemble applies its “lithe, articulate” interpretations (New York Times) to symphonies by Haydn and Johann Christian Bach to round out this elegant, all-Classical evening.
Great Performers - Christian Tetzlaff, violin
“Untouchable” violinist Christian Tetzlaff (Telegraph, U.K.) presents selections from the zenith of the repertoire: Bach’s sonatas and partitas. One of today’s most celebrated Bach interpreters, Tetzlaff delves into the rhapsodic sonatas and dance-inspired partitas three centuries after they were composed in a solo performance that pushes the boundaries of his instrument.
Great Performers - Sol Gabetta/Bertrand Chamayou
Following a series of spellbinding international debuts, Sol Gabetta has seen a meteoric rise to her current status as a leading cello virtuoso. After captivating audiences with her “rich musical personality” (New York Times) at Mostly Mozart in 2015, the charismatic soloist returns to Lincoln Center for a recital steeped in her trademark “wit, aristocratic poise and elegance” (Herald, U.K.) ...
Great Performers - Gerald Finley and Julius Drake
Bass-baritone Gerald Finley is “a master” of the art of song (New York Times), epitomized by his readings of Schubert with collaborator Julius Drake, a pianist known for the “vast palette of colors” (New York Times) he draws from his instrument. The renowned Canadian vocalist once again brings the poet’s touch to Schubert in this compelling recital that spirals out ...
Great Performers - Richard Goode, piano
Pianistic powerhouse Richard Goode has built an international reputation as a timeless interpreter of “staggering virtuosity and musical insight” (Times, U.K.). For this spring recital, the native New Yorker—and a perennial audience favorite—returns for a showcase of Classical and Romantic favorites.
Great Performers - Simon Keenlyside
In his eagerly awaited return to Alice Tully Hall, the fiercely eloquent baritone Simon Keenlyside brings his “singular gifts” (Opera News) as a lieder interpreter to a perfect evening of art song.
Great Performers - Garrick Ohlsson, piano
Pianist Garrick Ohlsson, who won a Grammy for his 2008 recording of the complete Beethoven sonatas, brings his “inimitable blend of sensitivity and raw strength” (Cleveland Plain Dealer) to Beethoven’s most cherished sonatas. From the powerful “Pathétique” and dramatic “Appassionata” to the dazzling “Waldstein” and lyrical “Moonlight,” Ohlsson’s deep emotive force is perfectly suited to Beethoven’s timeless—and temperamental—masterworks.