Sat December 1, 2012
Famed German Counter-Tenor Andreas Scholl: Master of Baroque Song
Our guest this week is celebrated and much-lauded counter-tenor Andreas Scholl. Mr. Scholl made his debut in 1998 at the Glyndebourne Festival singing the role of Berarido in Handel's Rodelinda. Stupendous reviews followed repeat performances in Paris, and at the Met in 2006 performing opposite Renee Fleming.
Mr. Scholl appears in our area on December 5th at the Ware Center's Steinman Hall in Lancaster. We speak with Mr. Scholl, and listen to excerpts from his new Decca CD, Wanderer, in which he explores music of Mozart, Haydn, Schubert, and Brahms, accompanied by the stellar Israeli pianist Tamar Halperin.
This video was produced and shot by Andreas Scholl