February 8, 2020 10:00AM
Dashon Burton, bass-baritone with
Robert Greenberg, host and lecturer
Daniel Cromeenes, piano
About This Performance
Praised for his “nobility and rich tone,” (The New York Times) and his “enormous, thrilling voice seemingly capable… [of] raising the dead;” (all Street Journal), bass-baritone Dashon Burton has established a worldwide career in opera, recital and in many works with orchestra.
While known for the abundance of compositions for instruments and ensembles, Beethoven’s output for songs was fairly limited. In a combination of musical insights and anecdotes about the composer’s life, along with performances of the works being discussed, Burton and music historian Robert Greenberg will explore the depth and beauty of these not often performed works in a unique lecture/recital format well known to audiences who enjoy our Saturday Morning Series.More performance details…
Beethoven’s Vocal Music
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