James Reese, tenor
Daniel Overly, piano

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

American Philosophical Society

Benjamin Franklin Hall,
427 Chestnut Street
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This concert is part of the Musical Fund Society and the Susan Giesecke Bloom & A. Charles Winkelman Artist Debut Series. You can subscribe to this series, Build Your Own subscription, or purchase a Season Pass. Individual tickets go on sale August 1.

About This Performance

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.

Britten: On This Island, Op. 11
L. Boulanger: Clairières dans le ciel [Sel.]
Stephan: Ich will dir singen ein Hohelied
G. Brown: Song Cycle TBA  World Premiere
Wolf: Mörike-Lieder

The Artist(s)

James Reese
James Reese, tenor
James Reese is a frequently sought soloist and collaborative musician. His 2019-20 season saw solo debuts with American Bach Soloists, the Gamut Bach Ensemble, Tempesta di Mare, the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra, Piffaro, and the Master Chorale of South Florida. He also makes return appearances with Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, TENET Vocal Artists, Lyric Fest, Philadelphia's Bach @ 7 series,… Read More
Daniel Overly
Daniel Overly, piano
Daniel Overly is a postdoctoral resident scholar and visiting assistant professor of music in chamber and collaborative music at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. In addition to his position with the Jacobs School, pianist Daniel Overly serves as staff pianist at the Aspen Music Festival and School. He previously held the position of collaborative piano fellow at the Yale School of Music and rehearsal pianist and musical assistant for the Cleveland Orchestra and Chorus.… Read More

Videos

James Reese | Le doux silence de nos bois - Honoré d’Ambruys
Duo Seraphim (Vespers of 1610) - TENET Vocal Artists featuring James Reese
WHAT YOU'LL HEAR