James Reese, tenor
Daniel Overly, piano

Wednesday, April 13, 2022 - 7:30 PM
American Philosophical Society

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About This Performance

This concert is part of the Susan Giesecke Bloom & A. Charles Winkelman Artist Debut Series.

2019 Musical Fund Society Award Winner James Reese has been praised for the “intensity and sensitivity…spirituality and eloquence” (Chestnut Hill Local) of his singing. His PCMS recital debut program culminates in Hugo Wolf’s masterly Mörike-Lieder, a cycle that encompasses the full range of human experience and includes some of Wolf’s most popular and enduring songs.

Schubert: selection of four songs
Stephan: Ich will dir singen ein Hohelied
L. Boulanger: Clairières dans le ciel [Sel.]
G. Brown: How to Listen  World Premiere
Wolf: Mörike-Lieder [Sel.]

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