María Dueñas shimmers in Chausson’s Poème

This afternoon features some of the current stars of the Radio 3 New Generation Artists scheme, starting with the astounding pianist Tom Borrow in one of Chopin's most popular mazurkas in A minor. Konstantin Krimmel is already recognised as one of the great interpreters of Lied, and we'll hear his sonorous baritone voice in Schubert's Totengräbers Heimweh, D.842. The afternoon concludes with starry Spanish violinist María Dueñas in Chausson's Poème, in a setting for violin and piano.

Mazurka Op 17/4
Tom Borrow, (piano)

Totengräbers Heimweh, D.842
Konstantin Krimmel, (baritone)
Ammiel Bushakevitz, (piano)

Poème Op 25
María Dueñas, (violin),
Evgeny Sinaisky, (piano)


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