Thomas Hampson


Wolfram Rieger



Franz Schubert

Der Sänger D 149

Anna Amalia von Sachsen-Weimar

Auf dem Land und in der Stadt

Johann Rudolph Zumsteeg

Das Blümlein Wunderschön

Wenzel Johann Tomaschek

Schäfers Klagelied

Carl Friedrich Zelter

Um Mitternacht

Ludwig van Beethoven

Maigesang Op. 52/4

Johann Friedrich Reichardt


Carl Loewe

Erlkönig Op. 1/3

Carl Loewe

Über allen Gipflen ist Ruh' Op.9/3a (Wanderer's Nightsong)

Franz Schubert

Erlkönig D 328

Franz Schubert

Der Wanderer an den Mond D 870

Franz Schubert

Das Zügenglöcklein D 871

Franz Schubert

Am Fenster D 878

Franz Schubert

Im Freien D 880

Franz Schubert

Das Fischermädchen D 957/10

Franz Schubert

Die Stadt D 957/11

Franz Schubert

Am Meer D 957/12

Franz Schubert

Der Doppelgänger D 957/13

Franz Schubert

Ihr Bild D 957/9

Franz Schubert

Der Atlas D 957/8

Approximate running time: 1h 20m without intermission

January remains Schubert time at the Pierre Boulez Saal: for the third consecutive year, Thomas Hampson has invited renowned lied singers and the most promising talents of the younger generation, together with their piano partners, to dedicate an entire week to the world of the Schubert's songs.

In his opening recital for this year's Schubert Week, Hampson, joined by his longtime collaborator Wolfram Rieger, contrasts Schubert’s settings of Goethe, Seidl, and Heine with lesser-known works by some of the composers he drew inspiration from—and those who were inspired by him.