Jonas Kaufmann brands a New Year’s Day concert

The tenor has been photoshooting his next Sony album, titled ‘Wien’.

The content looks like a tribute – is that the word? – to the Vienna Philharmonic New Year’s Day concert.

 

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Behind the scenes of the cover shoot for the new album “Wien” which will be released on October 11th.

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Johann Strauss
EINE NACHT IN VENEDIG
Sei mir gegrüßt, du holdes Venezia
Komm in die Gondel
Lagungenwalzer (Ach, wie so herrlich zu schau’n)

Johann Strauss
DIE FLEDERMAUS Uhrenduett

Johann Strauss
WIENER BLUT Wiener Blut

Franz Léhar
DIE LUSTIGE WITWE Lippen schweigen

Emerich Kálmán
DIE ZIRKUSPRINZESSIN Zwei Märchenaugen

Jaromír Weinberger
FRÜHLINGSSTÜRME Du wärst für mich die Frau gewesen

Johann Strauss
DIE TÄNZERIN FANNY ELSSLER Draußen in Sievering

Robert Stolz Wien wird schön erst bei Nacht

Rudolf Sieczynski Wien, Du Stadt meiner Träume (Wien, Wien, nur Du allein)

Ralph Benatzky Ich muss wieder einmal in Grinzing sein

Robert Stolz Im Prater blüh’n wieder die Bäume

Peter Kreuder Sag zum Abschied leise Servus

Hans May Heut ist der schönste Tag

Hans May It is wird im Leben

Hermann Leopoldi In einem kleinen Coffee in Hernals

Georg Kreisler Der Tod, das muss ein Wiener sein

Jonas Kaufmann – tenor
Rachel Willis-Sørensen – soprano
Wiener Philharmoniker
Ádám Fischer – director

 

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  • he must be listening to you , no ripped jeans this time
    ( and everybody knows – ripped jeans are all the rage nowadays 😉 )

    • …or for intelligence, technique and style – Gedda (who was unigue in his combination of all three assets)!
      Yes, marketing – and the sickening thing is the average listerners’ lack of discern, ignorance, and suseptibility to manipulation.
      Oh well, “Fake News” now means “alternative facts” – for some, anyway!

  • What a load of snide and jealous comments. If you cannot say anything more informative or interesting it would be far better to stay silent. I notice the same names on many occasions posting bitter and nasty comments, not only about Jonas Kaufmann, but otherartists too. You must be very sad people.

    • Or people who can tell the difference. Used to be known as “experienced, educated, knowledgeable and discerning.” It was — and still is — a good thing to aspire to.

    • No – only people who sincerely love and respect music (as opposed to simply marketed, glamorous “stars”…and where the artistry is present, you will undoubtedly find appropriate comments accordingly!

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