Golda Schultz, soprano
Jonathan Ware, piano

Tuesday, January 18, 2022 - 7:30 PM
Perelman Theater, Kimmel Center

Perelman Theater, Kimmel Center

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This concert is part of the Vocal and Kimmel Master Artists Series. You can subscribe to these series, Build Your Own subscription, or purchase a Season Pass. Individual tickets go on sale August 1.

About This Performance

“It’s hard to imagine finer soprano singing than that supplied by Golda Schultz” (The Guardian). Hailed as one of the classical scene’s most talented and versatile young artists, the South African soprano sings with “strength and assurance,” her voice exuding its own “distinctively thrilling radiance” (Financial Times). Her PCMS recital debut features English, French, and German songs by female composers, including a Philadelphia premiere by South African sound explorer Kathleen Tagg.

C. Schumann: Selection of four songs
Mayer: Selection of three songs
Clarke: Selection of four songs
N. Boulanger: Selection of four songs
Tagg: This be her verse  Philadelphia Premiere

The Artist(s)

Golda Schultz
Golda Schultz, soprano
South African soprano Golda Schultz is hailed as one of the most talented and versatile young artists on the classical music scene today, equally at home in leading operatic roles as she is as featured soloist with the world’s foremost orchestras and conductors, she garners consistent praise for a fresh, radiant stage personality and lustrous tone. … Read More
Jonathan Ware
Jonathan Ware, piano
Sought after as a song accompanist and chamber musician, Jonathan Ware has appeared over the last year at major venues across Europe including the Théâtre des Champs-Elysée, Berlin Staatsoper, Bordeaux Opera, and the Concertgebouw Amsterdam. He returned to Wigmore Hall with Elsa Dreisig, Robin Tritschler and Timothy Ridout (viola), and to the United States, where he gave recitals at Carnegie Hall with Golda Schulz,… Read More

Videos

Golda Schultz sings Schubert's "Nacht und Träume," D. 827
"I don't want my audience to see me. I want them to see themselves." - Golda Schultz on Living the Classical Life