Next Wednesday, the Austrian mezzo-soprano Klaudia Tandl will sing Schubert Lied at L'Auditori, replacing soprano Katharina Konradi, who has had to cancel her appearance in this concert owing to illness. Tandl will be accompanied on the piano by Eric Schneider, as was originally programmed.
Klaudia Tandl completed her studies in singing at the Kunstuniversität in Graz in 2019. She is passionate about song and together with pianist Gisela Jöbstl won the prestigious Hugo-Wolf-Akademie International Art Song Competition in Stuttgart and the International Schubert Competition in Dortmund.
Her interest in contemporary music led her to release her first recording of the Farben des Mohns (Colours of the Poppy) cycle in 2018 with its composer Christoph Renhart, and to collaborate with groups such as the Ensemble Plus from Vorarlberg and the Ensemble Kontrapunkte from Vienna, with whom she debuted at the Musikverein in Vienna in April 2019, conducted by Peter Keuschnig and with whom she will once again collaborate in the coming season. Within the world of opera, she has performed, amongst others, the role of Annio (La Clemenza di Tito).
Schubert Lied at L'Auditori
This year, L’Auditori brings to an end its dedicated focus on Franz Schubert's Lieder, which began in the 2017-2018 season, one of the most extensive bodies of songs and of the finest quality from the Classical-Romantic repertoire.
Schubert’s music has been a wonderful excuse to discover some of the voices of young Spanish and international talents who represent the future of the genre. Schubert Lied is organised by L’Auditori de Barcelona in co-production with the Associació Franz Schubert and the Centro Nacional de Difusión Musical.
Aleix Palau | 27 January 2020
Mezzo-soprano Klaudia Tandl replaces soprano Katharina Konradi in the next recital of Schubert Lied
The concert, with Eric Schneider at the piano, will be on 29 January in L'Auditori’s Sala 2 Oriol Martorell.