Steve Davislim & Daniel de Borah

Steve Davislim

This event takes place at Hanson Dyer Hall

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‘Steve Davislim is worth being spoken of in the same breath as his predecessors of similar voice – Peter Anders and Fritz Wunderlich – and praise can hardly be higher than that.’ Gramophone

There are few voices in Australia – or indeed the world – that come anywhere close to matching Malaysian-born Australian tenor Steve Davislim.

A deeply expressive musician with a mesmeric stage presence, Steve has a voice that will break your heart. With pianist Daniel de Borah they celebrate the four pillars of Austro-German art song: Franz Schubert, Johannes Brahms, Hugo Wolf and Richard Strauss.

Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre

ARTISTS

Steve Davislim tenor
Daniel de Borah piano

PROGRAM

Franz Schubert
An Silvia, Op.106, No.4, D.891
Der Wanderer an den Mond, Op80, No.1, D.870
An Mignon, Op.19, No.2, D.161
Im Frühling D.882

Johannes Brahms
Von ewiger Liebe, Op.43, No.1
Lerchengesang, Op.70, No.2
Sonntag, Op.47, No.3
Dein blaues Auge, Op.59, No.8
Verzagen, Op.72, No.4
Feldeinsamkeit, Op.86, No.2
Hiemweh II, Op.63, No.8
Ständchen, Op.106, No.1

Hugo Wolf
Er ist’s / Mörike-Lieder No.6
Verschwiegene Liebe / Eichendorff-Lieder No.3
Zum neuen Jahr / Mörike-Lieder No.27
Verborgenheit / Mörike-Lieder No.12
Der Feuerreiter / Mörike-Lieder No.44

Richard Strauss
Traum durch die Dämmerung, Op.29, No.1
Allerseelen, Op.10, No.8 / Acht Lieder aus Letzte Blätter
Ständchen, Op.17, No.2
Ich trage meine Minne, Op.32, No.1
Morgen, Op.27, No.4

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