Musicians from the Met Orchestra & Susanna Phillips: Schubert’s Octet
January 9, 2017
Susanna Phillips, soprano / David Chan, violin / Catherine Ro, violin / Dov Scheindlin, viola / Rafael Figueroa, cello / Inn-Hyuck Cho, clarinet / William Short, bassoon / Michelle Baker, horn / Rex Surany, bass
Performers from the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra join together for Schubert’s great Octet, the movements of which will be interspersed with songs – as one might have heard in its original context. Widely admired soprano Susanna Phillips ("radiant," New York Times), currently starring in the Met's L'amour de Loin, joins concertmaster David Chan (“compelling,” New York Times), the new principal clarinetist, Inn-Hyuck Cho, and other orchestra principals for the ultimate Schubertiade.
Franz Schubert - Octet in F Major, D. 803
Franz Schubert - "An die Musik," D. 547
Franz Schubert - "Wandrers Nachtlied II," D. 768
Franz Schubert - "Heidenröslein," D. 257
Franz Schubert - "Im Frühling," D. 882
Franz Schubert - "Frühlingsglaube," D. 686
Franz Schubert - "Ganymed," D. 544
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