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Works by Debussy, Wolf, Poulenc, Mendelssohn, and Schumann.Find out more »
Bernstein’s I Hate Music!
Britten’s Holiday Diary, op. 5 for solo piano
Gurney’s Five Elizabethan Songs
Copland’s Four Piano Blues for solo piano
Barber’s Hermit Songs
Dvorak’s Pìsne milostné, op. 83
Ivor Gurney’s Five Elizabethan Songs
Schumann’s Liederkreis, op. 24
Nina sings the role of Merab in a semi-staged production of Handel's Saul, with the Transfiguration choir and orchestra. Claudia Dumschat conducts.Find out more »
Recital with Steve Beck, piano
Pre-concert lecture by Steve Beck and Bruce Adolphe
Milton Babbitt's Widow’s Lament
Babbitt's Semi-simple Variations
Aaron Copland's "Dirge in Woods"
Copland's Piano Blues, no. 3, muted and sensuous
Babbitt's Phonemena with piano
Johannes Brahms's 5 Lieder, op. 107
John Cage's Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs
Cage's Nowth Upon Nacht
Cage's A Flower
Babbitt's Phonemena with tape
Guitarist Dan Lippel and I will present an intimate concert in a stunning New York City home. Wine and snacks will be served.
Schubert: "Frühlingsglaube," "Heidenröslein," "Meeres Stille," "Nacht und Träume," "Schäfers Klagelied," "Sei mir gegrüsst," and "Der Wanderer"
Judah Adashi: Lament (2010)
Peter Gilbert: Neñia (2004)
Vineet Shende: Sonetos de amor (2003)
Dowland: "Come away, come sweet love," "It was a time when silly bees could speak," "What if I never speed?" "Flow my tears," "In darkness let me dwell," and "Come again"Find out more »
Soprano Nina Berman and pianist Steve Beck release a recording of Milton Babbitt's complete works for treble voice and piano, including his epic "A Solo Requiem" for soprano and two pianos with Eric Huebner. Babbitt was deeply engaged with poetry throughout his life, and his text settings demonstrate his sensitivity to the intricate nuances of the musicality embedded in the poems. Berman and Beck's performances are beautifully expressive, illuminating the longer lined lyricism that is revealed through precise renderings of Babbitt's often thorny, virtuosic scores.Find out more »