Up there, all the way up. It must be great up there. Once you get up there, you can do what you want. What you love doing the most. What really comes from within. And that is exactly what Thomas Hampson and the Amsterdam Sinfonietta have come up with. A show filled with music from German composers from the late 19th and early 20th century. Beautiful music that is achingly deep and personal. Come and join us – it’s beautiful up there.
All patrons and supporters of the Theater- und Musikgesellschaft Zug are invited for a drink in the Bar & Lounge from 7 pm onwards.
String sextet in F major from the opera «Capriccio» op. 85
Ludwig van Beethoven
Song cycle «An die ferne Geliebte» op. 98 (Version for baritone and string orchestra by Adrian Williams)
«Youkali» - Tango-Habanera from «Marie Galante» for string orchestra
Ernste Gesänge (serious songs) for baritone and string orchestra
Prelude to the opera «Tristan und Isolde» (Version for string orchestra by Adrian Williams)
Selection of songs (Version for string orchestra by Wijnand van Klaveren):
Zueignung - Heimliche Aufforderung - Traum durch die Dämmerung - Die Nacht - Morgen
Thomas Hampson baritone
Candida Thompson violin and concert master