Julia Kleiter, soprano
Julius Drake, piano
Lieder by Schubert, Berg, Schönberg & Wolf
icon day bFriday 26 August, 20:30 h
icon programRepertoire
Franz Schubert
Liane, D. 298
Das Weinen, D. 926
Die Gebüsche, D. 646
Die abgeblühte Linde, D. 514
Ins stille Land, D. 403
Alban Berg
Sieben frühe Lieder
Arnold Schönberg
Vier Lieder, op. 2
Hugo Wolf
Lieder der Mignon
Julia Kleiter
Julia Kleiter

In 2004, she made her debut at the Opéra-Bastille in Paris as Pamina. Julia Kleiter has already been heard as the Contessa (Le nozze di Figaro), Ilia (Idomeneo), Agathe (Der Freischütz), Donna Anna (Don Giovanni) or Eva (Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg). Recently, she could be heard with Dvořák's Stabat Mater and Requiem, Bach's Christmas Oratorio, Schumann's Das Paradies und die Peri, Brahms' Ein deutsches Requiem. Haydn's Creation and Bruckner's Te Deum. Julia Kleiter can also be heard in numerous recitals at London's Wigmore Hall, in Paris, Madrid, Munich and at the Schubertiade Schwarzenberg. She performs regularly with the pianists Michael Gees and Julius Drake and has also appeared at the Pierre Boulez Hall in Berlin, the Musikverein in Vienna, the Mozarteum in Salzburg and the Philharmonie in Essen.

Julius Drake
Julius Drake

Julius Drake lives in London and enjoys an international reputation as one of the finest instrumentalists in his field, collaborating with many of the world’s leading artists. The New Yorker has described him as the “collaborative pianist nonpareil”. He appears regularly at all the major music centres and festivals. His passionate interest in song has led to invitations to devise song series for Wigmore Hall, London, the BBC and The Royal Concertgebouw, Amsterdam. His annual series of song recitals – Julius Drake and Friends – in the historic Middle Temple Hall in London, has featured recitals with many outstanding vocal artists including Thomas Allen, Olaf Bär, Ian Bostridge, Angelika Kirchschlager, Iestyn Davies, Veronique Gens, Felicity Lott, Simon Keenlyside, Christopher Maltman, Mark Padmore, Christoph Prégardien.