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Jonas Kaufmann, tenor
Helmut Deutsch, piano

From the Executive and Artistic Director

Words cannot express my pleasure in welcoming you to Zellerbach Hall this afternoon for today’s highly anticipated recital with the peerless German tenor Jonas Kaufmann and his gifted accompanist Helmut Deutsch—easily one of the most accomplished and celebrated artistic partnerships before the public today. This rare US recital—Kaufmann’s first UC Berkeley appearance since his triumphant four-encore Bay Area debut here 10 years ago—begins with a wide-ranging Liszt set and concludes with a marvelously varied selection of music by composers including Mozart, Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Mahler, and Richard Strauss. It promises to be a great afternoon of song, an event made even more special by the fact that we can once again gather together to listen to great music under the same roof! How wonderful to see you here today!

When the pandemic forced Cal Performances to close its doors in March 2020, no one could have imagined what lay ahead. Since then, we’ve witnessed a worldwide health crisis unlike any experienced during our lifetimes, an extended period of political turmoil, recurring incidents of civil unrest and racially motivated violence, and a consciousness-raising human rights movement that has forever—and significantly—changed how each of us views social justice in our time.

Of course, the pandemic remains with us to this date and future challenges—including many adjustments to “normal’ procedures and policies—can certainly be expected. I encourage you to check Cal Per­formances’ website regularly for the most current information regarding our COVID-19 response. First and foremost, I assure you that there is nothing more important to us than the health and safety of our audience, artists, and staff. (And I remind one and all that proof of vaccination is mandatory today, as is protective masking throughout the event.)

Our season continues this month with the first campus visit this year by Angélique Kidjo (Oct 29), Cal Performances’ marvelous artist-in-residence for the 2021–22 season, and our full calendar offers more of the same, packed with the kind of adventurous and ambitious programming you’ve come to expect from Cal Performances. In particular, I want to direct your attention to this year’s Illuminations: “Place and Displacement” programming, through which we’ll explore both loss and renewal, disempowerment and hope, while seeking paths forward for reclaiming and celebrating vital cultural connections that can fall victim to political and social upheaval.

Please take the opportunity to explore the complete schedule through our website and season brochure and begin planning your performance calendar; now is the perfect time to guarantee that you have the best seats for all the events you plan to attend.

Throughout history, the performing arts have survived incredible challenges: periods of war, economic collapse, and, yes, terrible disease. And if it will take time for us—collectively and individually—to process the events of the past 18 months, I’m certain that the arts have the power to play a critical role as we come to terms with what we have experienced and move together toward recovery.

I know you join us in looking forward to what lies ahead, to coming together once again to encounter the life-changing experiences that only the live performing arts deliver. We can’t wait to share it all with you during the coming year.

Cal Performances is back. Welcome home!

Jeremy Geffen
Executive and Artistic Director, Cal Performances

Program

LISZT “Vergiftet sind meine Lieder”
“Im Rhein, im schönen Strome”
“Freudvoll und leidvoll II”
“Freudvoll und leidvoll”
“O lieb, so lang du lieben kannst”
“Es war ein König in Thule”
“Ihr Glocken von Marling”
“Die drei Zigeuner”
“Die Loreley”
SCHUBERT “Der Musensohn”
MOZART “Das Veilchen”
SCHUMANN “Widmung”
SCHUBERT “Wanderers Nachtlied II”
DVOŘÁK “Als die alte Mutter”
BRAHMS “Wiegenlied”
BOHM “Still wie die Nacht”
CHOPIN “In mir klingt ein Lied”
TCHAIKOVSKY “Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt”
R. STRAUSS “Zueignung”
ZEMLINSKY “Selige Stunde”
WOLF “Verborgenheit”
MAHLER “Ich bin der Welt”

About the Artists

Hailed as “the world’s greatest tenor” by The Telegraph, Jonas Kaufmann has performed over 70 roles in the world’s leading opera houses. The New York Times has described him as having “clarion top notes, the blend of virility and tenderness in his singing,” and praised his “refined musicianship.” Per­formances by this superb vocal technician are also renowned for their dramatic impact: “He embodies each role with such an investment that he makes the viewer think that this is the last time he will perform this work” (Telerama).

One of today’s greatest interpreters of lieder repertoire, Kaufmann is also in very high demand in concert. His performances and recordings have earned him eight Opus Klassik awards and recognition as “Singer of the Year” from classical music magazines including Opernwelt, Diapason, and Musical America. Kaufmann has been knighted as a Chevalier de l’Ordre de l’Art et des Lettres and has been named a member of the Bayerischer Maxi­milians­orden.

His 2021–22 season includes the title role in Otello at Teatro di San Carlo, the title role in Peter Grimes at the Wiener Staatsoper, his role debut as Calaf in Turandot at the Acca­demia di Santa Cecilia, and Turiddu and Canio in Caval­leria Rusticana and Pagliacci at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden. On the concert stage, he embarks on several tours, including his current North American tour with pianist Helmut Deutsch, a European Christmas tour featuring songs from his recent It’s Christmas recording, and a spring recital tour with Diana Damrau and Helmut Deutsch, featuring lieder from their recording of Wolf’s Italienisches Lieder­buch. His latest recording, a collection of Liszt lieder with Helmut Deutsch titled Freudvoll und Leidvoll, was released last month on Sony Classics.

Possessing a voice that excels in a large variety of repertoire, Kaufmann has received recognition for his performances of French, German, and Italian roles, as well as in recital. Standout roles include Don José, Werther, Don Carlo, Otello, Andrea Chénier, Maurizio, Lohengrin, Parsifal, and Florestan, which he has performed at houses such as Teatro alla Scala, Covent Garden, the Bayerische Staatsoper, the Metropolitan Opera, Opernhaus Zürich, Opéra national de Paris, and the Wiener Staatsoper. He has released multiple recordings, also encompassing diverse repertoire, including operatic repertoire, lieder, operetta, and more.

A native of Munich, Germany, Kaufmann completed his vocal studies there at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München, in addition to which he attended master classes with Hans Hotter, James King, and Josef Met­ternich. During his first years on stage at the State Theatre in Saarbrücken, he continued his training with Michael Rhodes in Trier.

For more information, please visit the artist’s website at www.jonaskaufmann.com.

Helmut Deutsch ranks among the finest and most successful and in-demand song recital accompanists of the world. He was born in Vien­na, where he studied at the conservatory, the music academy, and the university. He was awarded the Composition Prize of Vienna in 1965 and appointed professor at the age of 24. Although he has performed with leading instrumentalists as a chamber musician, Deutsch has concentrated primarily on accompanying in song recitals. At the beginning of his career, he worked with the soprano Irmgard Seefried, but the most important singer of his early years was Hermann Prey, whom he accompanied as a permanent partner for 12 years. Subse­quently, he has worked with many of the most important recital singers and played in the world’s major music centers. His collaborations with Jonas Kaufmann, Diana Damrau, and Michael Volle are currently among his most important. Deutsch was a professor of art song interpretation in Vienna, Salzburg, Frankfurt, and Munich; holds master classes worldwide; and is a juror in numerous international competitions.

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Oct 24, 2021, 3pm
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