Many artists of this year’s Schubert Week have shared their insights on the songs they see at the core of their programs. Here you can find all Schubert Week podcasts in one place.
Marie Seidler & Frederic Jost
Low Frequency, Big Range: Frederic Jost on Schubert’s Three Italian Songs for Bass D 902
Courage! Marie Seidler on Schubert’s "Sehnsucht" D 636
Living Room Opera: Schubert’s “Szene aus Goethes Faust” D 126
On Mythical Waters: Ancient Greece and Poems by Johann Mayrhofer
Marie Seidler on "An mein Herz" D 860
Jeeyoung Lim & Hagar Sharvit
Hagar Sharvit on Searching and Finding in Her Program
Absence and Longing: Hagar Sharvit on "Dass sie hier gewesen" and "Die Götter Griechenlands"
Susan Zarrabi & Jussi Juola
One Man’s Joy: Susan Zarrabi on Schubert’s Der Weiberfreund and Die Männer sind méchant
Jussi Juola on his program selection
Is Another Woman’s Sorrow: Schubert’s Scene from Goethe’s Faust
As part of this year’s Schubert Week and his “Song and Beyond” talk series on Idagio, Thomas Hampson has invited leading Schubert scholars Susan Youens and Graham Johnson to join him in an in-depth conversation on the composer and his world and to share their interpretations and comments on some of their favorite Schubert songs.
Susan Youens and Thomas Hampson discuss "Im Freien" D 880
The Schubert Universe: Thomas Hampson in conversation with Susan Youens and Graham Johnson